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Pelosi: ‘Biden is Biden’ 

Empower Wisconsin | May 1, 2020. 

Nancy Pelosi doesn’t need a “lecture or a speech.” 

The Speaker of the House, who demanded a public eviscerating of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh when he was going through his confirmation process, told reporters Thursday that due process is important. It’s important when considering the growing allegations of sexual misconduct against Dem presumptive presidential candidate Joe Biden. 

Besides, Pelosi said, “Biden is Biden.” 

That comment isn’t sitting well with many in the #MeToo movement, at least the ones that haven’t traded their due-process-be-damned principles for politics. 

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