WATCH: Nancy Pelosi Heckled At Town Hall – ‘How Much Are You Worth, Nancy?’

Nancy Pelosi was part of a town hall in Phoenix, Arizona. During the town hall one of the attendees heckled her and her reaction was priceless. It’s good to see someone, even someone in the crowd, who is willing to hold her accountable for her hypocrisy.

Watch – Nancy Pelosi Heckled At Phoenix Town Hall

Per Daily Caller:

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“These are kitchen table issues for many of America’s families,” the House Minority Leader stated while voicing her opposition to the tax cuts signed into law by President Trump. “Most people are not in deadening poverty, but some are. Most people have to struggle to make ends meet.”

“How much are you worth, Nancy?” a woman yelled over Pelosi’s screed.

“No, we’re not talking about that,” Pelosi shot back. “I’m a mother of five, I can speak louder than anybody.”

It should be noted that Pelosi is one of the wealthiest members of Congress and the wealthiest female member. (RELATED: Pelosi Proves She Wants To Pay As Little As Possible In Taxes)

She and her husband have a combined net worth in excess of $100 million.

Pelosi has drawn the ire of people everywhere after calling $1,000 bonuses American workers received as a result of tax cuts “crumbs.” How out of touch can someone possibly be?

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