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Nancy Pelosi Surrounded by Protesters in Tense Encounter

via Guardian News
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Protesters from the group CodePink confronted Nancy Pelosi over her support for Israel as she headed to a House vote on additional funding for the country.

The confrontation was captured on video and shared by the group, accusing Pelosi of being an “Israel apologist.”

“Are you voting yes or not to genocide,” CodePink co-founder Medea Benjamin asked Pelosi. “Are you gonna vote no on the money?”

“$1 million in sales,” one protester yelled. “Congratulations on making money off genocide!”

“We’re not Russian sponsored,” Benjamin said. “We’re not from China. We don’t have headquarters in China. Our headquarters is right here in the United States.”

“Shame on you!” another protester said. “Shame on you!”

“She’s making money while people are being slaughtered in Gaza,” one said.

“Don’t call us Russian apologists or Chinese apologists,” Benjamin said, “when you are an Israel apologist.”

Pelosi did not engage with the protesters, who also criticized her stock trading activities.

The group argued that federal money should be spent at home rather than sent to Israel.

“Pelosi bet millions on [NVIDA] in November using call options,” posted to X. “Using a deceptive tactic, she purposely disclosed this on the Friday before Christmas weekend to avoid media coverage.”

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