Twitter on Friday lashed out at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D, Calif.) for wanting people to have “Happy Shwanza” instead of “Kwanzaa” in remarks closing the House vote on the “Omnibus” appropriations bill. did.
After the House passed a 4,155-page, $1.7 trillion bill on Friday, Pelosi will end the session by wishing several different groups celebrating this time of year a happy holiday, including some that don’t exist. I decided.
“It will probably be my last speech as Speaker of the House,” Pelosi said in her sign-off, saying, “I will give the rest of my time back and wish you all a happy, healthy and safe New Year. Happy Holidays.Merry Christmas.Happy Shwanzah.Happy Hanukkah.”
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She confirmed that all major holidays of the season will be respected, adding, “Whatever you celebrate, stay safe! Thank you Mr. Speaker.” Several Twitter users stuck to “shwanza” and ridiculed the Democratic leader.
Conservative digital strategist Greg Price shared the 17-second clip on Twitter, writing, “Pelosi concludes her final speech as Speaker of the House by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and ‘Happy I wish you schwanza,” he tweeted.
Price then updated his classic Christmas line to reflect Pelosi’s gaffe. “Happy Schwanza and good night,” he tweeted.
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“The Political Insider” columnist Rusty Weiss tweeted. If Trump said it would be a 24/7 news cycle with street riots.”
Writer and filmmaker Cynthia Richie spread the holiday cheer in her new season greetings by tweeting, “Happy Schwanza, everyone.”
Conservative influencer ALX tweeted, “Crazy Nancy happy schwanza!”
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Conservative news publisher The Truth Gazette wrote, “In her final speech as speaker, Crazy Nancy wishes ‘Happy Shwanzaa.'”
Writer, filmmaker, and U.S. Air Force veteran Shane Smedley said “Shwanza” made him think otherwise.
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