Nancy Pelosi Struggles Wildly in Speech, Suffers Brain Freeze, Flubs Words

At 79 years old, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is really starting to show her age. While Pelosi has always been known as someone who has a few loose marbles rattling around, it seems as if old age is only amplifying Pelosi’s lunacy and inability to perform even the most basic tasks related to her role as Speaker of the House – tasks, for example, such as delivering a brief speech in a way that is intelligent and coherent.

During a short speaking appearance where Pelosi was tasked with discussing healthcare and the economy in the most basic of terms, the Speaker of the House struggled wildly, stumbling over her words, freezing up at points throughout the speech, and seeming to forget what it was that she was supposed to be talking about.

As Pelosi continues to flub her way through the role as the Democratic Party’s most powerful politician, calls for new leadership of the party are growing louder, especially among the party’s progressive wing who would love to see Pelosi replaced with a younger, more far-left Democrat. Pelosi, however, still enjoys the backing of the party’s “old guard” and likely isn’t going away anytime soon, meaning that the rest of us are almost certain to be treated with more instances of Pelosi demonstrating just how unqualified for her position that she has become.

To see Nancy Pelosi flubbing and stumbling her way through a simple speech for yourself, be sure to check out the video below.

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