According to NBC News Pelosi, speaking to Democrats in secret behind closed doors on Tuesday, Dec. 11 said President Donald Trump’s “manhood” got in the way of their Oval Office meeting in which he threatened to shut down the government if Congress doesn’t fund his border wall. the president is six (6) years younger than Pelosi.
“It’s like a manhood thing for him — as if manhood could ever be associated with him — this wall thing,” Pelosi said, a Democratic aide who declined to be named told NBC News.
Really Nancy? Is that how he made you feel? Is he so dominant, a male trait that you felt he was using his manhood to dominate you?
Pelosi is a 78 year old female. Naturally males and females have very different sexual characteristics and different responses to personal meetings. Pelosi is much smaller than the president so it’s natural she would respond to his larger stature, his height and his male attributes.
It’s very telling that Pelosi goes all sexual and emotional after a meeting with president Trump instead of sticking to the facts. Obviously she felt his maleness, his manhood since she’s a woman and the President is a younger man.
Pelosi then went all infant and talked about “Tinkle” which is a childish term for urine. She said: “The press is all there! Chuck is really shouting out,” Pelosi recounted to her colleagues of the meeting with Trump. “I was trying to be the mom. I can’t explain it to you. It was so wild.”
She added, “It goes to show you: You get into a tinkle contest with a skunk, you get tinkle all over you.” Pelosi better clean herself up but she can’t get rid of the dominance of Donald Trump. Her feminine submissiveness in the face of a dominant male is what went on her. The president is the alpha dog.
At the meeting, Trump was adamant about owning a government shut down if he did not get funding for a border wall. Pelosi has no decent answer so she goes to an infant term, “Tinkle” to deflect her lack of intellectual ability.
Sen. John Neely Kennedy, R-La., said of the televised clash: “I didn’t see anybody who was particularly vituperative. I thought it was passion, and that happens all the time around here.”
Kennedy added: “If I were playing poker with President Trump and he was across the table from me and he had demonstrated the face that he demonstrated in that meeting, and I wasn’t holding good cards, I’d fold, because I don’t think he’s bluffing. I think he’s prepared to shut down the government.”