Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) raised questions about her cognitive abilities on Thursday when she stammered and giggled for almost a minute of umms, uhs, and forgetting someone’s name.
What has become of our country when someone like this is the number 3 most powerful person in our government?
The only one standing between her and Joe ‘Just got lost at his own Christmas tree lighting ceremony’ Biden is Kamala ‘Honk. The wheels on the bus go round and round‘ Harris.
Take a look at this first clip, not even a minute long and it’s almost impossible to count the embarrassing moments.
Remember when Biden/Harris allegedly won the 2020 election and many on the left were excited and said they were happy the ‘adults’ were back in charge?
Fast forward a year and look at the state of things. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris both have some of the lowest approval numbers we’ve ever seen for their respective positions.
Then there’s Nancy ‘5… 4… 3… 2… 1… VODKA’ Pelosi.
If it wasn’t bad enough that, as many say, she was a bumbling incoherent drunk, she also appears to be an angry one too.
Take a look at this exchange.
“One of the things that Senator Rubio has said is that the reason why the house has not voted on that Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act is because John Kerry has lobbied you and others not to act on it and to slow-walk it so it doesn’t complicate his climate change negotiations with China. Is that true?” the reporter asked Pelosi.
“No. It is not true and you know, again if you want to repeat the charges of the Republicans, that’s up to you,” a visibly upset Pelosi replied in a biting tone.
“But that is completely not true,” she continued. “As I said, for over 30 years I have been considered the most disliked—they use stronger language than that person in China—because of my assault on their human rights violations. And no, that’s absolutely positively not true. But you asked the question, so they won their case.”
The Daily Caller reported that the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act was introduced by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) earlier this year. It reportedly puts importation limits on goods that were known to be made through forced labor in China, particularly in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, while also imposing sanctions related to such forced labor.
Though the bill passed the Senate back in July, it has yet to go to a House vote.
During this same press conference, Pelosi unraveled as she blasted Republicans for threatening a government shutdown over Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates.
Pelosi: This is so silly that we have people that are anti-vaccination saying they’re going to shut down government over that and you’re asking me what’s our message pic.twitter.com/oU9lFUoBSj
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“It is, yet again, a double sense of irresponsibility: First of all, they’d shut down government, and then they’d shut down science,” Pelosi said, according to The Hill.
Pelosi went on to say that Democrats are not to blame at all for the impasse that is currently happening in Congress.
“How do they explain to the public that they’re shutting down government because they don’t want people to get vaccinated?” she added. “This is so silly that we have people who are anti-science, anti-vaccination saying they’re going to shut down the government over that. And you’re asking me what’s our message? Our message is that we have to respect governance, and we have to respect science, and that’s what we are doing and we will pass this legislation.”
“We’re not going to go for their anti-vaxxing, OK?” a livid Pelosi concluded. “So if you think that’s how we’re going to keep government open, forget that.”
This piece was written by James Samson on December 3, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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