It’s been known for years that Nancy Pelosi has been getting botox and other plastic surgery procedures to keep her face supple and smooth. Of course. women of her age really should just embrace the fact that they are older, and stuff goes downhill. But, not Nancy ol’ girl. Oh no.
It’s been discovered that Pelosi has been using taxpayer funds for things like botox treatments. Even worse, she has been reimbursed for her last 15 face lifts. Yep, that’s right. You read it right here.
After a careful review of Pelosi’s office’s budget records, Associate General Sandy Batt discovered the expenditures. Used under GL Code 8854, which is listed as a “Healthcare Reimbursement” account, over $4.3 million was charged.
“The dates all match times when the speaker was out of the office. When she returned, her face was drastically different. We saw Nancy’s eyebrows go from mobile to frozen over the course of a few years. That was really the biggest proof that something was going on.”
You see, old Nance is from San Francisco, and everyone knows liberals from California spend money on frivolous things healthcare for 1.3 million children, or food to poor families, when everyone has a pair of bootstraps. These liberals always want something for nothing. Apparently, that applies to cosmetic surgery for 80-year-old women, too.
After Nancy Pelosi insulted the supreme leader of the mean girls by calling out health risks like morbid obesity while taking unapproved medications for questionable reasons, she needs to be reminded that she isn’t all that, either. So there!
Reports like this one, saying Pelosi routinely flies about in her own 757-size jet, have been floating around for almost two years. The claims were revived when Democrats complained that CEOs of the Big Three U.S. automakers had used their corporate jets to come to Washington to seek billions in federal aid. But the rumors are incorrect. Spokespeople for Pelosi and Andrews Air Force Base say that the speaker has used the big Air Force jet once, but she normally uses a much smaller plane, the same one used by the previous speaker of the House, Republican Dennis Hastert.
The spread of this rumor – and its first debunking – dates back to February 2007. At that time, the speaker of the House had had access to an Air Force craft for about five and a half years. Hastert had been issued a plane after Sept. 11, 2001, for security reasons (the speaker of the House is next in line after the vice president for presidential succession). Hastert used an Air Force C-20B, a small 12-seater based on the Gulfstream III, to travel to his home district in Illinois