She has been part and parcel to the three-year Democratic Party campaign to remove President Trump from office. Pelosi stepped up her game this year of 2019, by undermining the U.S. Constitutional separation of powers, inserting herself into foreign policy affairs.
Below are seven examples of her unconstitutional and unlawful attacks on the executive branch of government.
- Politico – 2 Feb. 2019 | Nancy Pelosi to Europe: Trump is not the boss
- Newsweek – 2 Feb. 2019 | NANCY PELOSI SUGGESTS SHE HAS EQUAL POWER TO DONALD TRUMP IN MEETING WITH EUROPEAN LEADERS
- KTLA-5 – 17 Aug. 2019 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Emerges as U.S. Emissary for Democratic Values
- The Washington Times – 18 Aug. 2019 | Pelosi emerges as alternative ambassador in bid to ‘present the best face of America’
- CNN Politics – 20 Oct. 2019 | Pelosi and congressional delegation make secret trip to Afghanistan
- The Times of Israel – 6 Dec. 2019 | In rebuke to Trump and Netanyahu, US House passes resolution supporting 2 states
- Independent – 3 Dec. 2019 | ‘The United States is still in’: Nancy Pelosi defies Trump over Paris climate change agreement in Spain
What does the Constitution say about the president’s authority over all foreign policies?
[The President] shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors … The President shall have Power to fill up all Vacancies that may happen during the Recess of the Senate, by granting Commissions which shall expire at the End of their next Session.Constitution of the United States of America, Article II, Section 2
The President makes treaties with the Senate’s consent and advice. The House of Representatives plays no constitutionally-empowered role in foreign policies.
Article I, Section 8 confers authority “To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations” to Congress and this is after a treaty and/or a foreign policy is in place.
You can tell Nancy Pelosi, that, yes, the President is boss of foreign policy. And, tell her to stop corrupting the Rule of Law.
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NancyPelosi/ ( 843,241 followers vs. 5,147,890 who follow Pres. Trump)
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpeakerPelosi (3,5 million followers vs. 67.3 million who follow Pres. Trump)
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/SpeakerPelosi/ (763,000 followers vs. 15.5 million who follow Pres. Trump)
- Speaker of the House Website Contact Form: https://www.speaker.gov/contact
As it was with Cinderella’s stepsisters, the ‘glass slipper’ of foreign policy authority does not fit Pelosi’s big foot.