I was way off - Nancy's freezers

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A couple days ago, I posted about Nancy Pelosi's video from her kitchen standing in front of two Sub Zero freezers. I estimated them to be worth: "well over $30,000" for the pair. Turns out I was way under. From Real Clear Politics:

Pelosi's Quarantine Stash Of Expensive Ice Cream In A Very Expensive Freezer
As this clip from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's interview on CBS's "Late, Late Show" began to circulate around the internet on Tuesday, the Trump campaign rapid response director Steve Guest pointed out that she is "eating $13 dollar a pint ice cream out of her $24,000 fridge."

"The Paycheck Protection Program ran out of money this morning because Democrats, led by Nancy Pelosi, blocked the necessary $250 billion replenishment for the program that Congressional Republicans tried to deliver," the Republican National Committee said in a statement on Wednesday. "Now 'Nancy Antoinette' has to explain to America why she chose to show off her luxury refrigerators and $13-dollar a pint ice cream collection from her chateau in San Francisco instead of funding the Paycheck Protection Program which has saved millions of jobs all across the country."

I was wrong - $24K times two is almost $50,000 worth of refrigeration. I will say again that Sub Zero is absolutely the best for commercial refrigeration and it comes at a significant high price but still, someone spending that much on some ice cream freezers is not mentally capable of understanding the needs of a middle-class constituency. She needs to resign. Now. Her "legacy" is a laughingstock of the world.

Let them eat Ice Cream...

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