Video: Pelosi’s Babblings During Her Latest Interview Are Bizarre, Prompt Questions About Her Mental Health

Pelosi has overplayed her hand time and again, and her insistence that Trump is an illegitimate president has presented Americans with a stark either-or-choice. They wisely rejected impeachment as too radical, which is something she initially said herself before succumbing to the mob mentality.

Now she has another scenario to create a panic that our President is not ready and his Coronavirus response was very bad.

Within hours of President Trump’s decision to restrict travel from China on Jan. 31, top Democrats and media figures immediately derided the move as unnecessary and xenophobic — and they are now beating a hasty retreat from that position as the coronavirus continues to ravage the economy and cause scores of deaths.

Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden led the way, quickly attacking what he called Trump’s “record of hysteria, xenophobia and fear-mongering” after the travel restrictions were announced, and arguing that Trump “is the worst possible person to lead our country through a global health emergency.”

Yesterday during her latest interview Nancy Pelosi attacked
President Trump for not closing the border sooner:

But one very interesting moment came when Pelosi tried to praise California’s governor but couldn’t pronounce his name.

This prompted questions for her mental health or drinking problems on social media.

Video below:

I am concerned about her mental state of mind. Many of our elderly constituents need a mental clarity test. They do age and are not immune to dementia or Alzheimer’s. If it’s not an age-related issue, she needs to be drug/alcohol tested. This is not her first reaction where she showed signs of huge declination!

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Natalie Dagenhardt

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