Nancy Pelosi said seven words about coronavirus that she instantly lived to regret

Nancy Pelosi and her allies were thrown back on their heels by polls showing the American people approving of the President’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

Their desperation is leading to a series of major mistakes.

And that continued when Nancy Pelosi said seven words about coronavirus that she instantly lived to regret.

Nancy Pelosi appeared on fake news CNN’s “State of the Union” program where the Speaker of the House made the outrageous claim that Donald Trump killed Americans with the coronavirus by supposedly not taking the virus seriously at the outset.

“The president, his denial at the beginning was deadly,” Pelosi ranted. “His delaying of getting equipment to where it continued – his continued delay in getting equipment to where it’s needed is deadly. Now the best thing to do would be to prevent more loss of life rather than open things up, because we just don’t know.”

Host Jake Tapper let that obvious lie slide.

Not only did President Trump take the virus seriously from the start – he banned travel from China back in January – but it was Pelosi that actually downplayed the virus.

Pelosi toured the Chinatown section of her San Francisco district in late February and insisted Americans go out and live their lives and attend mass gatherings.

Just like in the Russian collusion hoax where Democrat accused the President of coordinating with Moscow when it was really the Hillary Clinton campaign colluding with foreign spies, in the case of the coronavirus it was Democrats that downplayed the virus and didn’t take it seriously while President Trump restricted travel to delay the viral outbreak in the United States.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.