It’s clear from various and sundry riots, cancel-culture campaigns, insults, and threats that liberals are basically big bullies.

Rep. Mayra Flores Says Her Daughter Is A “Queen” After Being Shoved By Nancy Pelosi

It’s clear from various and sundry riots, cancel-culture campaigns, insults, and threats that liberals are basically big bullies.

But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took it to a new level. The San Francisco Democrat is being accused of shoving a little girl during a recent photo-op.

Conservative actor James Woods raised the issue on Sunday.

He posted a video on Twitter of Pelosi swearing in new U.S. Rep, Mayra Flores of Texas on June 14. This month, Flores flipped a congressional seat Democrats had held for 150 years.

During the event, Flores’ daughters stood to Pelosi’s right for the photo with the family of the new GOP congresswoman. As Flores’ older daughter drifted toward Pelosi, the veteran pol appeared to elbow her back into place, while not breaking her grin.

“I love this princess stood her ground, while Nancy showed her true colors,” Woods tweeted with the video, which was even rolled in slow motion.

As of Monday night, the video had 86,000 likes.

On Monday, Flores, the first Mexican-American woman elected to Congress, reacted to the sight.

“I am so proud of my strong, beautiful daughter for not allowing this to faze her. She continued to smile and pose for the picture like a Queen. No child should be pushed to the side for a photo op. PERIOD!!” Flores tweeted.

Flores told Sean Hannity on Monday, during a Fox News Interview that her child “was so focused on the event that she honestly didn’t see what had just happened.”

“She kept on smiling and didn’t allow that to ruin such a special moment so I’m very proud of her, she is a queen,” she added.

Pelosi’s spokesman Drew Hamill lamented that the media would pick up on his boss manhandling a little girl.

“It’s sad to see ‘news outlets’ that know better, misrepresent the speaker’s effort to ensure Rep. Flores’ daughters wouldn’t be hidden behind her in all of the photos of such an important moment for their family,” he said.

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