Twitter fired up the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, California.For wishing people “Happy Shwanza” instead of “Kwanzaa” during speeches closing Friday’s House vote on the “omnibus” spending bill.
After the 4,155-page, $1.7 trillion bill passed the House on Friday, Pelosi decided to close the session by wishing happy holidays to several different groups that celebrate this time of year, including those that don’t exist.
“In what will probably be my last speech as Speaker of the House,” Pelosi said during her signing, “I return the balance of my time and wish everyone a happy, healthy, and safe New Year. Happy holidays. Be merry. Merry Christmas. Happy Shwanza. Happy Hanukkah.”
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Making sure to honor all the major holidays this season, he added: “Whatever you’re celebrating, be sure! Thank you, Mr. Speaker.” Although, several Twitter users took notice and mocked “Shwanza”. Democratic Party leader for it.
Greg Price, a conservative digital strategist, shared the 17-second clip on Twitter, tweeting, “Pelosi ends her final speech as Speaker of the House with good wishes for everyone. Merry ChristmasHappy Hannukah and ‘Happy Shwanza’.”
Price then updated the classic Christmas line to reflect Pelosi’s gaffe. “Happy Shwanza to you all and good night everyone,” I said.
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The Political Insider columnist Rusty Weiss tweeted, “Oh. ‘Happy Shwanza.’ If Trump ever said it would be a 24/7 news cycle with riots in the streets.”
Writer and filmmaker Cynthia Ritchie spread the holiday cheer with new season greetings, tweeting “Happy Shwanza everyone.”
Conservative influencer ALX tweeted, “Happy Shwanza from Crazy Nancy!”
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“Crazy Nancy wishes you a ‘Happy Shwanza’ in her final speech as Speaker,” wrote conservative news publisher The Truth Gazette.
Author, filmmaker and US Air Force veteran Shane Smedley noted that “Shwanza” made him think about something else. “Shavarma?” I asked
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