An activist group called Resistance SF projected a photoshopped image featuring the now-iconic photo of Nancy Pelosi putting on her sunglasses, with a background of an exploding White House, just days after the former and likely next Speaker of the House took on President Trump face-to-face, and won in a fact-based battle.
“White House agenda of #TrumpShutdown in flames after one visit by Nancy Pelosi.
#TeamPelosi — at San Francisco Federal Building,” wrote the group on their Facebook page Wednesday night.
Here’s the post:
“The image of Pelosi quickly began circulating on social media. Writer Andrew Bradley told The Hill that he created the image by superimposing Pelosi’s picture with the watercolor by Tom Freeman entitled ‘The Burning of the White House, 1814,'” The Hill reports.
For those enamored with Pelosi’s “like a boss” sunglasses move, Adam Shapiro created this GIF:
I didn’t realize how much I needed a GIF of Pelosi putting on her sunglasses after giving trump a smock down in the oval…live on television. pic.twitter.com/1sxmsEmKSI
— Adam Shapiro (@adamshapiro) December 11, 2018
Image, top: Screenshot via Shapiro’s GIF