'March Mad' Pelosi: I Don't Want 'Anybody to Lose' in NCAA Tourney
Speaking like the "everybody gets a trophy" liberal and "I do not want to offend anybody" politician that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has always been, the San Francisco Democrat on Thursday said she did not want "anybody to lose" during the NCAA tournament and was "rooting for everybody, especially the players."
She also claimed she was "addicted to basketball and all sports" after she bizarrely said she was "March Mad," in reference to "March Madness," which is how the NCAA tournament is commonly described.
Pelosi claimed she had "a lot of allegiances to many of those schools," without giving more specific details.
Liberals often shy away from competition and want equality of outcomes, and Pelosi's remarks perfectly reflected that stereotype.