Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats never thought it would come to this.

Everything Speaker Pelosi had planned is crashing down around her.

And you won’t believe how Nancy Pelosi responded to this big sex scandal.

Democrat Presidential frontrunner Joe Biden’s soon-to-be-announced Presidential campaign was thrown into chaos when two women came forward with allegations that he inappropriately groped them.

Nevada State Representative Lucy Flores and Connecticut woman Amy Lappos said Biden made them feel uncomfortable with physical contact he had initiated.

Pelosi – and other senior Democrats – believe the former Vice President is their best bet to recapture the White House in 2020.

So Pelosi shockingly cut Biden some slack in a recent press event.

At a Politico Playbook Breakfast event, the Speaker of the House cast aside her longstanding “believe all women” principles and instead claimed one or two accusations against Biden were not “disqualifying.”

“I don’t think it’s disqualifying,” Pelosi told Politico. “He has to understand in the world that we’re in now that people’s space is important to them, and what’s important is how they receive it and not necessarily how you intended it.”

But in a nod to the party’s “MeToo” activists, Pelosi tried to show that she wasn’t giving Biden a total free pass.

Pelosi said she was not impressed with the apology Biden and his team put forth.

“The Vice President has issued a statement affirming that in all the many years in public life that he has shaken a hand, given or received a hug, or laid his hand on a shoulder to express concern, support, or reassurance, he never intended to cause discomfort,” Biden’s spokesman Bill Russo had stated.

“He has said that he believes that women who have experience any such discomfort, regardless of intention, should speak and be heard, and that he will be among those who listen.”

“But the important conversation about these issues are not advanced, nor are any criticisms of Vice President Biden validated, by the continued misrepresentation of the Carter and Coons moments, or a failure to be vigilant about a cottage industry of lies,” Russo had added.

In reference to Biden’s statement, Pelosi said, “It is how it’s received, so to say, ‘I’m sorry that you were offended’ is not an apology. ‘I’m sorry I invaded your space,’ but not, ‘I’m sorry you were offended.’ What’s that? That’s not accepting the fact that people think differently about communication.”

But Pelosi’s attempts to put out the fire were for naught.

Two more women came forward with accusations that Biden had groped them inappropriately.

Caitlyn Caruso – a 22 year-old sexual assault survivor – told the New York Times that at an event, Biden placed his hand on her thigh in an uncomfortable manner and hugged her for too long.

D.J. Hill, a 59 year-old writer, told the Times that at a fundraiser in 2012, then-Vice President Biden moved his hand down her back as the two posed for a photo.

It has yet to be determined if Biden’s history of putting his hands on women will cause him to pull the trigger on a Presidential run or not.

But if he does run, he will be damaged goods in the eyes of the party’s liberal base.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.