Amongst the outrage of the fake news story involving President Trump allegedly calling immigrants “animals,” (He didn’t, he just referred to MS-13 gang members as “animals”) is House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. The left is accustomed to being morally outraged to everything President Trump says and does, but Pelosi took it a step further.

In remarks on Wednesday Pelosi said gang members possess a “spark of divinity.”

“We believe, some of us who are attracted to the political arena,” She began, “to government and public service, that we are all God’s children, there is a spark of divinity in all people on earth,” Pelosi said at a press conference Thursday. “And as we recognize our responsibilities with that spark, that divinity within us.”

She also continued to peddle the lie that President Trump meant all immigrants in his “animals” assessment saying, “And so when the president of the United States says, about undocumented immigrants, ‘these aren’t people, these are animals,’ you have to wonder, does he not believe in the spark of divinity? The dignity and worth of every person?”

Here is the complete transcript of her remarks:

“But since you brought up the subject of immigration again, it reminds me that — and as I was talking about the religious
groups and how they’re concerned about feeding hungry and Gospel of Matthew and the rest, 41 million people in our country are food-insecure. We believe that some of us who are attracted to the public arena or to government and public service, that we’re all God’s children, there’s a spark of divinity in every person on Earth and that we all have to recognize that as we respect the dignity and worth of every person, and as we recognize our responsibilities with that spark, that divinity within us.

“And so when the President of the United States says about undocumented immigrants, ‘These aren’t people, these are animals,’ you have to wonder, does he not believe in the spark of divinity, the dignity and worth of every person? ‘These are not people, these are animals’ — the president of the United States.

“Every day that you think you’ve seen it all, along comes another manifestation of why their policies are so inhumane and why we have to continue the debate striving for bipartisanship, with openness about what is at stake and what the choices are and to be unifying in every way possible. Calling people animals is not a good thing.”

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