Nancy Pelosi is making a shocking personal profit from the underhanded impeachment.

She gleefully found a way to make more than a million dollars in less than an hour.

Nancy Pelosi found a sneaky way to line her own pockets from impeachment.

It’s been obvious from the start that Nancy Pelosi wasn’t interested in the good of America or justice for President Trump when she started impeachment.

Otherwise, she would have done things the proper way and would have done an investigation before starting impeachment.

But instead she rushed ahead and declared impeachment and thought that she would find the information to back it up later.

The problem is that that Democrat never did find the evidence to justify impeachment and yet continued with it anyways hoping that it would help them beat Trump in the 2020 election.

Nancy Pelosi may even have used it to attack a member of her own party and influence the primary results.

She held back the impeachment until right before the Iowa caucus, taking Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren off the campaign trail, helping Joe Biden.

Given that she’s trying to gain every last advantage she can from impeachment it’s no surprise that she took the time to order 30 special impeachment pens that are now worth $50,000 each.

According to the Daily Wire:

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) used 30 personalized pens to ink her name on the articles of impeachment passed against President Donald Trump before sending the articles over to the Senate for trial — and those souvenier writing implements could fetch up to $1.5 million — or a cold $50,00 each — at auction according to a political memorabilia expert.

It is not uncommon for politicians who sign bills to use dozens of specialized pens to sign important bills — presidents frequently hand out “game-used” pens to bill sponsors — but Pelosi caught flack for using customized pens, engraved with her official signature, to ink strokes of her signature on the impeachment documents. Critics contended that while the practice is customary, Pelosi was defying her own demand that the impeachment process be viewed as a “somber” occasion by gleefully handing off souvenir pens to House impeachment managers and House committee chairmen.

Pelosi’s office likely orders hundreds of pens with her signature on them, and reports at the time suggest the pens, which are plated in brass and ordered in bulk from the Coventry, Rhode Island, company, Garland Writing Instruments, cost the Speaker’s office just under $20 each. Both Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump have ordered similar collectible pens from Garland, though Trump does, occasionally, use Cross pens plated in 14 karat gold, per the Associated Press.

Nany Pelosi might speak about it being a solemn occasion but her actions speak louder than her words.

If Democrats felt like it was a sad, mournful action to impeach Trump, Nancy Pelosi wouldn’t have been handing off costly pens with a grin on her face.