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Nancy Pelosi Seems Terrified in her Latest Interview on the FISA Memo

Sometimes when you are watching a politician who is as prone to lying as Nancy Pelosi, you have to read between the lines. In her latest interview with CNN discussing the now-infamous FISA memo, Pelosi’s words are saying one thing while her body language says another.

Stuttering and stammering, Pelosi desperately tries to explain away the memo before its upcoming release to the American public, and it doesn’t take a professional behavioral analyst to realize that she seems terrified.

Lawmakers who have had the opportunity to read the FISA memo have described it as absolutely shocking, saying people will go to jail over the wrongdoings it brings to light. From what we know so far, the DOJ, FBI, and Democratic party at large all stand a lot to lose when the memo’s contents become public.

Try as she might, all the desperation-oozing interviews in the world aren’t likely to save Pelosi’s party from what the release of the FISA memo will reveal. As we anxiously await the opportunity to see for ourselves the information it contains, it certainly is a pleasure watching Pelosi squirm.

This is an interview you don’t want to miss out on, if for no other reason than to see the obvious fear in Nancy Pelosi’s voice, eyes, and body language.

See Nancy Pelosi’s breakdown for yourself by watching the video below.

~ Liberty Video News


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