Nancy Pelosi Struggles To Form Coherent Sentences During TV Interview

We all know that California is the land of fruits and nuts. It makes sense, then, that their Congresswoman from the 12th district is the nuttiest of them all. Nutty and losing her marbles, Nancy Pelosi was having difficulty forming sentences the other day during a television interview.

And yes, English supposedly is her first language.

The House Minority Leader appeared on MSNBC yesterday and as Joy Reid asked questions she struggled.

It was uncomfortable to watch.

“I’ve served a long time”, Pelosi said. Indeed you have…it might be time for retirement.

I’m no fan of Pelosi–but, dare I say, I almost felt bad for her.

Watch the interview below:

But lets break down the video before sympathy and emotion outweigh our reason.

She first labels an ad that advocates Trump’s impeachment as “great.”

Pelosi continues, as The American Mirror reports, after Joy Reid asks her if she would push for Trump’s impeachment if/when she becomes Speaker of the House:

“You know, I’ve served a long time,” Pelosi responded, “on the intel— ethics committee in the Congress. It’s one of the dues that I’ve paid to the caucus and it’s only about the facts and the law.

“If he’s broken the law, you would think there would be a bipartisan move to do that,” she said.

“But because we don’t like his policy and we don’t like his attitude— well, don’t let me go into all the things we don’t like about the president on a Sunday morning,” she continued.

“Uh, uh, that’s, you know, if people have the facts— that’s why I would like us to have an independent, uh, commission. We have an investigation within the Justice Department. We have an investigation within the Congress. We should have an outside investigation to what, as to what happened,” Pelosi said.

Then, in response to another question, Pelosi referred to Robert Mueller as “mother.”

“Well, it— first of all, what, what does mother— where does Mueller take that. Uh, but his, uh, his, uh, burden of proof is different than what it would be in the Congress of the United States and people should know that— that he has, uh, and maybe, uh, he could go to a criminal investigation of some of the people he’s investigating,” she said, seemingly groping for words.

“What we’re doing is saying— that what the measure of behavior, the Constitution of the United States, high crimes and misdemeanors,” she said, apparently grabbing any phrase that popped into her head.

At some point, regardless of what Pelosi’s politics are (and what nuts she represents) there is a question of ability and soundness of mind.

Based off of this one interview, it appears that she is losing her ability to think clearly and communicate.

Can she actually serve as a representative to her constituents if that’s actually the case?

After all the experience she has had in Congress, as she mentions, one cannot think nerves made her mumble and stumble in front of Joy Reid. The once-Speaker of the House having stage fright during an interview? I think not…

Were these questions out of her expertise? Certainly not. What then, is the reason for this?

I’m certainly not picking on an aging woman–I’m just asking if she is fit to serve, it’s a legitimate question.

What do you think?