What’s going on with Nancy Pelosi?
During a speech to an audience of GLAAD members, the Democratic House Minority Leader had several awkward interjections, applause requests, word-fumblings, etc. There were several instances where she stated that “this is an applause line,” as if the audience needed direction in order to clap for the (crazy) things she was saying.
Take a look for yourself:
“And we were very proud of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and President Obama was so very much a part of that,.” She must have then been expecting an applause, but there was merely an awkward silence.
She was then forced to say “Let’s hear it for President Obama.”
“That’s an applause line. I’ll tell you when it’s an applause line when we’re not in sync.”
Later in the speech, she stated that we need to stop the bullying of kids in schools (which is true, for sure), but then she stated that we need to “stop the bulleting of kids in school.”
Huh? What is she saying?
The crowd just went along with it though, because equality and stuff…you know, forcing Christian businesses to do things that violate their beliefs, systematically murdering children on taxpayers’ dime…the good things in life (if you’ve got your head on backwards).
This is not the first time that Pelosi has had some “senior moments,” or times when people were questioning her sanity. We have reported many, many times on Pelosi’s strange ramblings during interviews, press conferences, and speeches.
In June, she had a “senior moment” in which she forgot who was President.
“First, he tries to charm you,” she said of Trump during a press conference, according to the Washington Free Beacon. “President Bush tries to charm you. If that doesn’t work, he tries to bully you. If that doesn’t work, he walks away.”
A reporter tried to correct her, but she ignored him up until one of her aides reportedly handed her a note informing her of the mistake.
“I said President Bush?” she then said. “I’m sorry, I meant to say — it’s hard for me to say it … President Trump. Poor President Bush. I apologize.”
In March, Anderson Cooper asked her who the leader of the Democratic Party is.
“Who is the leader of the Democratic Party?” CNN host Anderson Cooper asked Pelosi on Tuesday.
“Well, President Obama was the president of the United States until just a matter of weeks ago. I don’t think that he can be dismissed as the leader of the Democratic Party,” she said.
Pelosi then came up with another name: “Hillary Clinton did not win the election, but a respected leader.”
Now that’s just sad. Their “leaders” are a two-time loser who was abysmal in every public position she has held — and, frankly, is a miserable person in general — and a former president that the American people roundly repudiated in 2016.
It’s seriously surprising that Pelosi has her position of leadership. After all, she presided over the largest decline of the Democratic party since the 1920s. Though her days in that positions may be numbered, thanks to Democrats’ growing dissatisfaction with her leadership.