In an appearance over the weekend at the National Governors Association winter meeting in Washington, D.C., Pelosi appeared to have a moment in which she was unable to speak coherently.
As Speaker of the House, Pelosi is second in the line of succession to replace the President of the United States, and moments like these do not inspire confidence in her current leadership abilities. At what point does the question have to be asked: ‘Is she fit to serve?’
Watch the moment for yourself below.
Nancy Pelosi Turns Into Bumbling Mess Trying To Say Basic Sentence— Chrissy OnFireWatch (@ChrissyFireWat1) February 13, 2020
I’m going to try my best to transcribe this. Here we go…
“Part of our faith. The family *inaudible inaudible*. The family, you have some idea of this, the and eh uh, congratulations, to your father”
For the record, here is the full version of the video. The moment in question starts around the 5:25 mark.
Even during a more lucid moment, she still chooses to make a rather odd point: "I just came from mass, but nonetheless, when you’re in [politics], you have to be ready to take a punch and throw a punch — for the children.” For the children? The ends always justify the means with liberals.
.@SpeakerPelosi, speaking at yesterday’s National Governors Association meeting, described her approach to politics: "I just came from mass, but nonetheless, when you’re in the arena, you have to be ready to take a punch & throw a punch."— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 10, 2020
"For the children,” she added. pic.twitter.com/1V57eyr0mj