Nancy Pelosi is SCARED to Death! Exposed to Lawmaker Who Has COVID-19
We’ve seen a small handful of individuals in Congress test positive for the coronavirus. They have all done well with it and have either made a full recovery or are in the process of recovering still.
We learned that another person in the House of Representatives has been presumed to have the virus, Rep. Nydia Velazquez and guess who she was next to during the signing of the stimulus bill? None other than Nancy Pelosi.
So now it is likely that Nancy Pelosi has the virus but she has refused to be tested for it.
Rep. Nydia Velazquez said Monday that she’s been “diagnosed with presumed coronavirus infection,” three days after she spoke on the House floor and stood near 80-year-old House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the signing of the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill.
In a statement, Velazquez, D-N.Y., 67, said she first started feeling sick “in the wee hours of Sunday morning.”
“I developed the abrupt onset of muscle aches, fevers, nasal congestion and stomach upset. I noticed that I could no longer smell my perfume or taste my food. After speaking with The Attending Physician by phone, I was diagnosed with presumed coronavirus infection,” Velazquez said.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Tuesday she does not plan to be tested for coronavirus despite her proximity to the latest lawmaker diagnosed with the illness.
“In terms of my situation, I kept my distance. I said to them we all have to be six feet apart and I kept my distance from all the members,” Pelosi said in an interview with MSNBC.
She said her doctor told her that her situation was low-risk and she had no reason to take any measures.
Earlier in the month, President Donald Trump faced scrutiny from critics over his initial refusal to get tested for coronavirus after coming into contact with an infected individual.