Pelosi Wins at Oxford but Marshall Steals Spotlight with Populism Defense

Nancy Pelosi may have won a debate at Oxford University, but her opponent is making a big impact, and it’s not looking good for Pelosi. The former House speaker argued that “populism is a threat to democracy,” but her opponent, Winston Marshall, disagreed and gained a lot of attention for his response. Marshall, a former banjo player for Mumford & Sons, pointed out that it’s not populism that’s a threat, but rather it’s the Democrat elites like Pelosi.

Marshall stood up to Pelosi, pointing out that it’s not just the mainstream media, but also the entrenched powers of government who disdain the people. His speech garnered a lot of attention on social media, with many praising his defense of democracy. While Pelosi won the debate, Marshall’s powerful argument is making a big impact, and it’s clear that the wider war is still ongoing.

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