[Fox has since promised to stop flashing "Kill Pelosi! Kill Pelosi!" in 0.06 second bursts across the screen as a form of subliminal seduction.]
But seriously, just one day after calling for bipartisan unity in the wake of the ball field shooting, Pelosi is right back in the muck by suggesting Fox is responsible for inflaming tensions, and like all liberals, her proof is in her feelings.
The aging Democrat went after Republicans for "outrageous" comments blaming rhetoric on the left.
The old mental case Pelosi spoke with "reporters" and recalled a story about a man who was jailed some years ago for threats against her. "His mther said, 'He just watches too much Fox TV.' That's what she said," Pelosi claimed, adding a line about the "crude and disgusting" things she hears coming "from the outside."
Pelosi is not doing the country a favor by fanning the flames of hate. The case she was likely referring to was in 2010 in which a San Francisco man Gregory Lee Giusti, was accused of making threatening phone calls to the then-House speaker. He recited her home address and warned her not to back ObamaCare if she wanted to see her house again. And her stuffed doll collection along with her dusters.
The suspect in the Virginia attack on Wednesday that critically injured House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) and four others, was an ardent Bernie Sanders supporter and held vehement anti-Trump beliefs.
The attack was a wakeup call for media and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to tamp down their rhetoric. The left especially has been extremely caustic and profane against Trump and conservatives in general.
"The intensity on the left is very real," former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Fox News Wednesday.
So what does Pelosi do? She calls such claims hypocritical, rather than trying to work out a solution to deal with the problem, proving the point the GOP was making all along.