Pelosi Admits She Tore Up State of the Union Speech Page With Soldier’s Surprise Homecoming; Had Previously Demanded Video Meme Tweeted by Trump Be Taken Down as False

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) demanded earlier this month that social media companies Twitter and Facebook take down a video commentary meme by TPUSA that was tweeted by President Donald Trump that juxtaposed a video clip of Pelosi standing behind Trump as she made a show of tearing up a copy of his State of the Union address at the end of the speech with video of Trump introducing Americans whose stories were featured in Trump’s speech. Pelosi sicced her spokesman Drew Hamill on Twitter and Facebook to get the video removed for allegedly being false.

In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that was shown on Monday, Pelosi admitted to knowingly tearing up a page of the speech that featured the story of one of the Americans Trump honored who was in attendance for the speech in the House chamber, thereby proving the validity of the commentary video by TPUSA.
Video clip posted to YouTube by the Republican National Committee:
And Twitter:
AMANPOUR: Did the president refuse to shake your hand?
PELOSI: He didn’t shake it when I extended it. I don’t know what you call that. But in any event, that had nothing to do with my tearing up the State of the Union Address. My tearing up had to do with I thought if I could find a page that doesn’t have a falsehood on it, I’ll spare it, but I couldn’t find that.
I almost did when he had — the soldier that was coming home that was so beautiful, but get back to the bottom of the page, and there he goes again.
The TPUSA video meme posted by Trump was titled “Powerful American Stories Ripped to Shreds by Nancy Pelosi”:
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