Kirsters Baish| Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is doing great things for the Republican Party. Her idiotic mumbling and babbling on live television never gets old as she continues to make the Democratic Party look bad. As Conservativecash.us explained, “Republicans are still fundraising off of her ridiculous decision to refer to $1,000 tax breaks as ‘crumbs.'”
We are never going to let her live that one down.
Take a look at the American Mirror video clip of Pelosi experiencing a “brain freeze” on live television.
It seems that during her weekly press conference, Pelosi seemed to lose her mind for a few moments as she began mumbling and babbling gibberish right in the middle of her sentence. She then regained her composure, somewhat, and began talking again. There has been speculation about the possibility that Pelosi will become the next Speaker of the House if the Democratic Party is to win the majority when it comes time for November’s midterm elections.
The Democrats are seriously considering putting this looney bin in charge of their party? Either they have some strange strategy up their sleeves, or they really don’t understand politics at all.
It wasn’t too long ago that the House Minority Leader was caught defending the violent gang, MS-13.
From The Daily Caller:
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defended violent MS-13 gang members in a press conference Thursday, saying they are not “animals,” a term President Trump dubbed MS-13 members earlier this week.
Pelosi first alluded to God, saying, “Some of us who are attracted to the political arena, to government and public service” believe that “we are all God’s children” and “there is a spark of divinity among every person on earth, and we all have to recognize that as we respect the dignity and worth of every person.”
This woman really doesn’t understand that the Democrats are not going to show very well in November’s elections if this continues.
Breitbart reports that the Republican Party has officially stolen a six point lead over the Democrats in a new Reuters newswire service tracking poll.
Republicans sit at 40.7 percent at the end of the week of May 20. The Democrats have fallen to 34.5 percent. 1,139 people took part in the poll.