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Nancy Pelosi: If Republicans ever want to win the White House again they’ll support the immigration bill

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By Doug Powers  •  June 30, 2013 02:54 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Nancy Pelosi misspoke on purpose again this morning. She said the House GOP will support the immigration bill if they ever want to win the White House again, but when we run that statement through the Nancy-matic honesty filter, “ever” is changed to “never.”

The funniest part of the video below is David Gregory referring to Pelosi as “a realist”:

“I believe that the members of Congress … will do what is right for our country,” she said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “And it’s certainly right for the Republicans if they ever want to win a presidential race.”

In reality, if the Republicans want to win back the White House, they’ll never ever heed advice from Nancy Pelosi.

On Fox News Sunday, Sen. Chuck Schumer expressed similar concerns for the GOP’s future, prompting S.C. Rep. Trey Gowdy to respond accordingly:

“I was moved almost to the point of tears by Senator Schumer’s concern for the future prospects of the Republican Party,” Gowdy said, sarcastically. “But we’re going to not take his advice.”

**Written by Doug Powers

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