The interesting video goes into an analysis of the body language of the participants in the recent meeting between President Trump and Vice President Pence, with the leadership of the House and Senate, Republican and Democrat, as well as Treasury Secretary Mnuchin.
As the analysis indicates, there was a lot of stress in the room from the mixed bag of participants. She describes everybody in the room as being guarded, with the exception of President Trump, who is anxious, in her opinion.
The narrator notes that Mitch McConnell is also leaning away from Schumer, a natural response for anyone forced to sit next to him. She describes Schumer as sitting with his “head down, slouched into the couch, very submissive, like a little schoolboy in a room of giants.”
She observes that as President Trump is addressing issues and problems, he doesn’t look to his right, where Ryan, McCarthy and Mnuchin are seated. Instead he looks past McConnell seated to his left and at the two Democrats.
The analyst describes the faces of Schumer and Pelosi, who President Trump just referred to as “Nancy and Chuck,” as being like the faces of “little kids who got to come into the big people’s room. And they’re so excited because they’re holding the knives and the adults are trying to make them behave. But still scared little kids.” [VIDEO BELOW]
She says, “You know there is a mindset for this, when you’re this cowardly [pointing to Schumer], as he has been shown, that submissiveness constantly and her [Pelosi], they tend not to attack outwardly, they do stab you in the back. And with personalities like that it can range from slight to deadly. And I do believe these two would go deadly.”
The narrator adds, after a group pan, “I really don’t like Paul Ryan.” She didn’t know Mitch McConnell’s name but she knows she doesn’t like Paul Ryan. She points to the “nervous laughter Schumer is doing” in response to the shouted media questions of “DACA, you going to do the DACA thing?” and Schumer’s cowardly, nervous laughter with his shoulders drawn in.
It might not be completely fair for her to attack Schumer for those traits. Weasels have some of those characteristics naturally, as part of their biology.
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