Nancy Pelosi lives behind a border wall, but she doesn’t think the country should live behind one.
The House Minority Leader, who is facing a growing backlash from her own side, tweeted on Monday that Americans reject Trump “immoral and hateful obsession with building a wall on the border.”
Americans reject @realDonaldTrump’s immoral & hateful obsession with building a wall on the border. He should move on. #NoWall pic.twitter.com/HVXN0DcACg
— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) January 8, 2018
The graphic accompanying her tweet called the wall a “symbol of hate.”
But what is the massive stone wall surrounding Pelosi’s property in Napa Valley a symbol of?
Pelosi and her husband Paul own a vineyard on Zinfandel Lane in St. Helena, California.
Here’s the Google satellite view of the property:
Note the tennis court and multiple buildings on the property. Note, too, the fence across the driveway.
How exclusive! How oppressive! How…hateful?
Here’s the Google Street View:
But the irony isn’t relevant to Pelosi, apparently.
“The wall is, in my view, immoral, expensive, unwise…,” she said in August.
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