Pelosi Swindles Supporters

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is not too vain to use the old Bait-And-Switch ploy when she is writing and talking to her political base. It is obvious that she must think that they are either too dimwitted or too devoted to see what is really in the letters that she writes. 

This latest series of fundraising letters begins by stating that she is not asking for money. The way you can tell if a politician is lying is checking to see if their lips are moving or their ballpoint pen is in action. Here political prose is so strong that they will probably not notice a little white lie or two.

As Written and Reported By Andrew Kerr for the Daily Caller:

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“NOT asking you for money.”

That was the subject line of a fundraising email sent by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to supporters in February.

Pelosi’s email, sent on behalf of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the official campaign arm of House Democrats, accused Republicans of “playing politics” with U.S. national security for failing to fully investigate Russian election interference.

“It’s clear to me that these Republicans have more loyalty to their political party than our country,” her email read. “Their actions are dangerous. They’re reckless. And they’re disqualifying.”

After baiting her supporters with inflammatory language against her political opponents, Pelosi’s email asked supporters to partake in a “Russian Investigation Survey,” which, despite her initial claim that she wouldn’t do so, asked for money.

“Will you pitch in $3 (or more!) to help the DCCC support Democratic House candidates every step of the way to victory and flip the House in 2018?” the last question of the survey asked.

Pelosi’s bait-and-switch fundraising email was just one of the more than two dozen DCCC emails since the beginning of 2017 that asked for money after ….

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