Did you know that Nancy Pelosi is worth $114 million?
That's one-one-four with SIX zeroes after it.
In comparison, the average American worker makes about $2.7 million total across their lifetime.
Despite living among the top 1% of wealth in all of human history, however, Nancy wants you to know that she laments the disparity of "income and equity" in our nation.
"Clearly, the disparities in income and equity in our country are vast," said Nancy, probably between bites of luxury ice cream from her $24,000 refrigerator. "We've known that. They've only gotten worse, and the pandemic, again, puts it in sharper focus."
Okay, Nancy, I'll bite. There is a growing disparity in our nation as the middle class vanishes due to government interference on a multitude of levels.
What are you going to do about it?
Will you call on Joe Biden to reverse his plans to tax the living daylights out of people? Will you tell Leftist governors to stop crushing tens of thousands of small businesses so they can actually hire people? Will you encourage responsible government spending so we don't end up with rampant inflation?
What about severely reducing the size of the federal government and its regulations, starting with the FDA's decision to fine distilleries for using their facilities to create hand sanitizer during an emergency shortage?
"That's why I'm proud to announce the creation of a new bipartisan Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth," continued Her Majesty, "which will be a central force for the Congress to combat the crisis of income and wealth disparity in America."
Ah, Congress is going to tackle the problem, eh? That's good enough for me! I mean, sure, even Jesus said "the poor you will always have with you," but good ol' Nancy and her political pals are going to end every problem, presumably even sin and death itself!
Notice, however, that Pelosi isn't saying Congress will address poverty, but disparity.
Translation 1: Wealth redistribution, AKA "taking from those who have worked hard and saved a little bit and giving to the poor so that the rich can continue exploiting everyone!"
Like a billion other quotes from Leftists in recent years, this is nothing more than a modern-day attack on the "kulaks." When Soviet communists wanted to gain power, they told poorer individuals to wage class warfare on the middle-class kulak farmers, spouting slogans that talked about spreading around the wealth and reducing "disparities" in pursuit of a glorious future.
If you've read any history book or lived at all in the 20th century, you may recall how the next century of Russian history went.
That plan worked on great for approximately 10 people at the top, while tens of millions were shot, starved, and sent off to the gulags.
What Nancy really means, though she won't say it, is that she wants to tap into your inner hunger for greed and covetousness by blaming those with a little more money than you for all your problems.
Then, while you and your neighbors are at each other's throats over money (or masks and other things), she and other politicians are free to pocket another $114 million and maybe add a few more $24,000 fridges to their collection.