Pelosi Shoves Young Daughter of Newly-Elected GOP Representative (Video)

Worrisome political violence this is not, but a strange incident has been recorded over the weekend involving Nancy Pelosi and the young daughter of a Republican Representative from Texas.

An interaction between the House Speaker and the young girl got quite the reaction from her mother.

A newly-elected congresswoman took to Twitter and accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of pushing her young daughter during a photo op last week.

“I am so proud of my strong, beautiful daughter for not allowing this to faze her,” Rep. Mayra Flores, R-Texas, said in a tweet with a video of the incident that took place during her swearing-in ceremony on June 21.

“She continued to smile and pose for the picture like a Queen,” Flores said of her daughter.

So, what happened?

The video shows Pelosi waving to someone off-camera when she looks down to Flores’ daughter standing next to her and extends her elbow at the same time the child moves to the side.

“No child should be pushed to the side for a photo op. PERIOD!!” Flores added in the tweet.

Video of the incident could be found on social media.

The event continued without a hitch, and the two lawmakers remained amicable throughout.

Cross-posted with Flag and Cross


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