Do we need further proof that Nancy Pelosi is ready for retirement?
After her public displays of decline, degeneration, and potentially, Alzheimer’s, I’m starting to question whether mandatory retirement was really that bad of an idea after all.
Should someone who can’t form a sentence, find the right word, or is apt to forget who is president really be in a leadership position in Congress?
Just recently, The Federalist Papers Project published a story about Nancy Pelosi’s massive face spasms and inability to articulate a clear thought.
As I wrote in the previous article, several videos display her “brain freezes”, stutters, spasms, awkward moments when she believes she has traveled in time back to the George W. Bush presidency, Maxine Waters looking at Pelosi like she is crazy…and on, and on, and on.
You would think Pelosi would avoid the television and interviews as much as possible after all of these public displays of humiliation.
But, then again, maybe she has already forgotten about that embarrassment.
What day is it again? What is my name?
Now, in her latest series of bloopers–I mean, latest public appearance–Pelosi struggles reading a piece of paper.
I mean, REALLY struggled.
Watch for yourself:
According to The American Mirror:
Seconds into her remarks, she appeared to be off-script, stopped, looked towards the ceiling, let out a deep sigh and shook her head before she continued on.
“Uh, the budget, which is the framework, uh, for where we go from here. Today, they have started to unveil, uh, tax bill designed to plunder the middle class in order to put the, uh,” she said, before stopping and letting out a deep sigh and shaking her head.
“…to put into the pockets of the wealthiest 1%,” she said.
Moments later, she said, “We have always said, we stand ready to join the Republicans at the table to— produce growth,” appearing to have a momentary brain freeze.
She had trouble forming words as she said, “Perpetuating a catastrophic transfer of wealth from the middle class to corporations and the wealthy. I’ll say it overnight,” she seemed to say.
Seconds later, it happened again.
“For the future of our country, not even speaking from the stand point of our sfee,” apparently trying to say “state.”
“For the future of our country,” she repeated.
“And so this is, this is a fight that we are in. And there are many things that we criticize about the Republican budget— how it taxes— increases taxes on the middle class.
“Uh, rampages, uh, ransacks Medicare, Medicaid. Gives tax breaks, why? To give tax breaks to the high end,” she said, frequently tripping over words or repeating them.
“But we want to make that if they needed any,” stopping briefly, then continuing, “clarification, or splaining,” she said, botching the word “explaining.”
This really needs no ‘splaining at all.
Pelosi is representing the hundreds of thousands of Americans in nursing homes, who don’t know who they are, where they are, or what they want.
They need representation too.
And the breathing corpse with lipstick is certainly representing her constituents.
Don’t you think?