Former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi never mixes fantasy with reality.
To her, they are one and the same.
After her Friday meltdown on the House floor, she announced that she had accepted an apology from U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, R-Pa., the victim of her outrageous behavior.
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There’s only one problem: Marino never apologized, according to his interview Monday with Fox News.
In fact, Marino wants Pelosi to apologize to his constituents for calling him “insignificant.”
Watch Marino’s response to Pelosi’s rant here via Fox News:
Of course, Twitter exploded:
Nancy Pelosi needs to apologize to those of us she thinks are #insignificant. Help me send message that we are serious abt border security.
— Rep. Tom Marino (@RepTomMarino) August 5, 2014
.@DarlstephL agree! Pelosi has lived the life of an imperial ruler so long she totally loses it when an insignificant rep dared confront her
— Victoria O’Kane (@Victoriaokane) August 5, 2014
When Nancy Pelosi calls Tom Marino insignificant she is saying that the ppl of San Francisco are more important that the ppl of Pennsylvania
— Kelly Campagna (@warriorwoman91) August 5, 2014
There is no such thing as an insignificant person!
— Bruce Van Horn (@BruceVH) August 3, 2014
Rep. Pelosi called me an ‘insignificant person’ on the Floor of the House. I’ll ponder that for a while driving to Williamsport tonight…
— Rep. Tom Marino (@RepTomMarino) August 2, 2014
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