August 6, 2014

EVERYTHING’S SEXIST IF IT HURTS THE DEMOCRATS’ NARRATIVE, UNLESS IT’S RACIST. Telling Nancy Pelosi to do research is sexist, or something.

If you’re thinking about telling House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to do some research on an issue, you’re a sexist. How dare you.

At least, that’s what Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., thinks. That’s what she told MSNBC host Al Sharpton on “PoliticsNation” late Monday regarding a confrontation between Pelosi and Rep. Tom Marino, R-Pa., last Friday. Marino had told Pelosi to “do the research” on how she handled immigration as speaker, which made Pelosi cross the aisle to confront Marino.

Asked for her reaction to what she described as a personal attack on Pelosi, Schakowsky called Marino “sexist.”

“I would say that it’s sexist and that it was patronizing,” Schakowsky said. She then deepened her voice as if to mock Marino, and repeated his own words: “Do the research, Madame Leader.” . . .

Pelosi took the unusual step of literally crossing the aisle, finger wagging, to confront Marino and inform him that he was lying and that Democrats passed the Dream Act when they controlled Congress. It isn’t clear exactly what Pelosi said as she crossed, but Marino answered into the microphone.

“Yes it is true,” Marino told her. “I did the research on it. You might want to try it. You might want to try it, Madame Leader. Do the research on it. Do the research. I did it. That’s one thing that you don’t do.”

The day’s designated speaker, Rep. Steve Womack, R-Ark., informed Marino that he should address his comments to the House. Marino responded, “It works both ways” and urged Congress to pass the bill.

Pelosi reportedly told Marino he was “insignificant,” which caused him to respond on Twitter.

See, when she did that Pelosi was just being a Strong Fearless Woman.TM