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Republicans Suing Pelosi over House’s Unconstitutional Mask Mandates

'Nancy Pelosi is not just a tyrant, she’s a hypocrite...'

Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., and other Republicans have announced that they will sue House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., over her Congressional mask mandates, the Conservative Brief reported.

In an appearance on Fox, Massie pointed to Pelosi’s love of creating rules that don’t apply to herself.

“Nancy Pelosi is not just a tyrant, she’s a hypocrite,” Massie said. “And she has one set of rules for herself and another set of rules for everybody else in the House,”

The libertarian congressman also noted Pelosi’s tyrannical response to the violation of her arbitrary masking protocols after she feverishly cut the salaries of the heretics who refused to wear masks in her sacred presence.

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“She has deducted money directly from our salary, which is in blatant violation of the Constitution,” Massie said.

“Now, I know a lot of people aren’t sympathetic to congressmen having their salaries cut, but whatever she could do to us, she will do to the general public,” he continued. “And that’s what I realized this summer when 10 of us went down to the floor and blatantly and openly violated the mask rule.”

Massie continued, pointing to Pelosi’s obvious violation of the Constitution itself as well as the 27th Amendment.

Unfortunately, Constitutional violations seem to matter on a selective basis.

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“But she’s either not very smart or doesn’t have good lawyers because she violated the 27th Amendment to the Constitution and the base Constitution, which both say we can’t change our own salaries,” Massie concluded.

As the House Speaker, Pelosi has introduced a long series of unconstitutional rules.

Last summer, for example, she imposed proxy voting on the House, which makes congressional deliberation even more dysfunctional and fake than it already is.

Republicans sued, but a court struck down the lawsuit on the grounds that the courts do not have the jurisdiction to get involved in congressional procedures.

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