House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was confronted by a voter who bluntly told her what he thought of her handling of her California district.
A Twitter video showed the Democrat leader purportedly at a San Francisco 49ers football game when she is approached by a man who wanted to share his thoughts with her.
“Can I get a photo with you,” the man asked, shaking her hand as she sat in the stands, noting that they are both fans of the team.
After Pelosi stood up, putting on a strained smile for the camera, which was actually recording a video at the moment, the unidentified man very politely spoke his mind.
“I just want to tell you, I don’t like what you’re doing in California,” he said.
“Thank you,” Nancy Pelosi, who represents California’s 12th congressional district which includes San Francisco, said as she sat back down. It wasn’t entirely clear if she heard or understood the comment that was made.
“Patriots everywhere need to start confronting these Democrats in non-confrontational ways,” a tweet with the video stated.
Many people on social media reacted to the encounter by praising the calm and polite way the man aired his grievance.
People also noted that the left would likely not bestow a Republican lawmaker with the same respect.
In another appeal to the California Democrat, actor Randy Quaid offered a different version of what calling Nancy Pelosi out looks like. On Saturday, he posted one of his trademark videos with an almost psychedelic spin, apparently urging Pelosi to pass on the articles of impeachment to the Senate.
Many folks on Twitter applauded his latest video dig at Pelosi who has continued to sit on the House-approved articles of impeachment accusing President Trump of obstruction of Congress and abuse of power.