99% of America Didn’t See The Sick Thing Nancy Pelosi Did After Trump Honored Steve Scalise During Speech

Everyone is talking about President Trump’s emotional tribute to Rep. Steve Scalise, who was shot and nearly killed by a deranged liberal during a Congressional softball game.

Pres. Trump praised Scalise’s bravery and perseverance. He said Rep. Scalise defied all odds, recovering from critical condition and returning to Congress in just 3 months.

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The chamber erupted in cheers when Pres. Trump told the “legend Steve Scalise” to stand up. Scalise got emotional, hugging his collegues and giving a thankful gesture to Pres. Trump.

But not everyone in the chamber appeared to be happy in this moment.

Just moments after Pres. Trump praised Rep. Scalise and the Capitol Police who saved him, the camera panned to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, and they didn’t look happy. (Video Below)

Look at this image of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s face just MOMENTS after this emotional moment. (About 2 min into video clip below)

SOURCE: C-SPAN

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From C-SPAN:

TRUMP: Some trials over the past year touched this chamber very personally. With us tonight is one of the toughest people ever to serve in this House — a guy who took a bullet, almost died, and was back to work three and a half months later: the legend from Louisiana, Congressman Steve Scalise.

We are incredibly grateful for the heroic efforts of the Capitol Police Officers, the Alexandria Police, and the doctors, nurses, and paramedics who saved his life, and the lives of many others in this room.

In the aftermath of that terrible shooting, we came together, not as Republicans or Democrats, but as representatives of the people. But it is not enough to come together only in times of tragedy. Tonight, I call upon all of us to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground, and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people we were elected to serve.