Going crazy is not funny. It’s horrible. But in Nancy Pelosi’s case it seems to be fitting.
For months she’s been questioning President Trump’s faculties, his ability to reason, his health, and his mental stability. Sadly, for Pelosi, she’s been simultaneously suffering from her own bouts of brain-farts.
She repeatedly calls President Trump, President Bush. She routinely gets simple facts about our nation and world, wrong. She has been regularly butchering the English language and confusing even the most lucid of Americans with her rambling nonsense. What’s even weirder is, it’s not just her.
The same thing has been happening with other anti-Trumpers, like Maxine Waters, Hillary Clinton, and John McCain. The one common thread among all of them is their extreme old age. Science teaches us that as we age our abilities (both mental and physical) decline, some slower than others to be sure, but they decline in all of us.
So why do voters continue to elect these ancient candidates to the most important of government positions? It’s foolish.
And to prove to you the foolishness of it all, we have a few clips of Pelosi’s continuing fight against total insanity.
We’ll start slow, here’s Pelosi claiming that Trump “might” be under investigation, even though James Comey just told everyone that he wasn’t.
“You know, it’s all about words. And the president has to understand this: words spoken by the President of the United States weigh a ton.
It’s not like any word that any of the rest of us would say. I mean, you had the power of words. That’s what you do. You know the power of words. But spoken by the President of the United States? They weigh a ton. So when they, ‘Am I under investigation?’ ‘No, you’re not,’ that doesn’t necessarily mean your campaign is not under investigation.”
Now here’s Pelosi having the same problem again today. What makes this time so ironic is that it comes on the heels of her arguing that it’s President Trump having a difficult time with his mental health and acuity, but it’s Pelosi who can’t seem to collect her thoughts or form simple (accurate) sentences. During her weekly press conference she “worried” for President Trump because he seems to lack the “stamina” to “keep his thoughts together.” Seriously? Well, that attack on the President was followed by Pelosi not having the stamina to keep her own thoughts together and calling Trump, President Bush, twice. And being corrected for it. Twice.
“I’m very worried about his fitness, but that is something he and the people in the White House have to make a judgement about, and I don’t know if there is the courage or the conviction in the White House to say to the president you shouldn’t be tweeting something like that…
First, he tries to charm you. President Bush tries to charm you. If that doesn’t work, he tries to bully you. If that doesn’t work, he walks away…
I’m very worried about his fitness, but that is something he and the people in the White House have to make a judgement about, and I don’t know if there is the courage or the conviction in the White House to say to the president you shouldn’t be tweeting something like that…
He needs work, and he needs sleep.”
Pelosi then called Trump, President Bush… again.
Maybe someone should tell Nancy Pelosi that people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones?
Article posted with permission from Constitution.com
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