Speaker Pelosi accused of pushing young child during photo op

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), on the heels of dealing with her husband Paul Pelosi’s recent embarrassing DUI scandal, is now being accused of an even more humiliating act involving the young child of a newly sworn-in Republican lawmaker.

According to Fox News, Rep. Mayra Flores, who stunned the entire political world when she recently flipped a Texas county that had been deep blue since 1870, claims Pelosi “pushed” her young daughter during the photo op portion of her swearing-in ceremony last week.

Video of the alleged pushing incident immediately went viral, and to most observers, other than Pelosi’s most delusional followers, the speaker clearly pushed the young girl to the side after she got just a little too close.

“I am so proud of my strong, beautiful daughter for not allowing this to faze her,” Rep. Flores said in a tweet after the issue became a news story. “She continued to smile and pose for the picture like a Queen.”

Other than the awkward pushing moment, which wasn’t noticed until later on, Pelosi was otherwise cordial toward the new lawmaker, who became the first Mexican-born congresswoman.

“It’s a great honor to welcome Congresswoman Flores to the Capitol and to the Congress of the United States with great congratulations,” Pelosi said Sunday. “And again, grateful for her leadership and her beautiful family who is here today.”

Not surprisingly, Pelosi’s spokesman Drew Hamill denied the accusation, claiming that Pelosi was actually making sure the young girl would be in the frame of the camera, though it would be difficult to explain why, if that was the case, Pelosi seemed to be pushing her out of the frame.

The denials from Pelosi’s camp didn’t stick, and this incident further proves that she’s simply not a good person.