Nancy Pelosi had an utter meltdown on CNN Tuesday afternoon. The House Speaker appeared to be having difficulty speaking as she blasted President Donald Trump for considering ending the economic shutdown by Easter Sunday. “I don’t care! I don’t care! I don’t care!” Pelosi ranted. Then, her brain froze as she attempted to rant some more. You don’t want to miss this.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was completely unhinged as she snapped at CNN’s Dana Bash Tuesday afternoon. Pelosi lost it when the host brought up Trump’s recent remarks suggesting bringing Americans out of quarantine and back to work.
Of course, Nancy does not want the economic shutdown to end, and that really came through as she stuttered and stammered her way through the interview.
“I don’t have time to follow people’s twits…twits…tweets, Twitters, whatever, tweets — so don’t expect me to comment on that,” Pelosi stammered.
“Well, even beyond Twitter, the President of the United States is signaling that he could open it up,” Bash said. “What is your opinion on that?” Bash asked Pelosi.
“I don’t care! I don’t care! I don’t care!” Pelosi ranted unable to control herself. “My opinion is it is not scientific base…he’s…he’s notion mongering,” Pelosi said utterly frustrated as her brain froze. “As he does almost every day. Rather than, ah, waste any time commenting on the president I would rather spend our time focusing on the fact…any president…anybody with responsibility should be scientifically inclined…evidence-based..data…what is going to make the difference?”
At this point, no one is really sure what Pelosi is talking about. Her train of thought is really jumbled.
“I think the cure is the biggest message of hope out there,” the Speaker said even though we currently have no cure.
“We have the best minds in the country 24/7 out there. All hands on deck trying to find a path here,” Pelosi added. “And, and, ah, that, whaa, what would be-be the light at the end of the tunnel.”
“What the president is suggesting is that light at the end of the tunnel could be a train coming at us…if people are out and about in a way that spreads the disease further,” Pelosi said. “But I’m not here to pick..ah a fight with the president.
“We’re here to get a job done with this legislation and I don’t wanna waste ah, an, energy on his tweets,” the Speaker added.
“It—it—it. I think if he listens to the scientists… if he listens to..in the beginning to the ah, ah, extreme, gravity of the problem instead of minimizing it,” Pelosi stammered.
“If he hadn’t fired the…peep..people at the national…well there’s so many what if’s…so save that for later,” Nancy added. “Right now, we have to focus on getting the job done for the American people.”
“And, ah, with all due respect, ah to the fact that he is the president of the United States and I respect that..ah the office he holds,” Pelosi said. “Ah, I—I am just too busy to be bothered about his tweets.”
Speaker Pelosi on President Trump's suggestion about lifting his self-isolation guidelines soon: “What the President is suggesting is that light at the end of the tunnel could be a train coming at us if people are out and about in a way that spreads the disease further” pic.twitter.com/SckGxXn3zz
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Poor Pelosi’s thoughts were just all over the place. Her temper flared in the beginning after Dana Bash mentioned the possibility of President Trump ending the economic shutdown. Then, she stammered and stuttered through what geriatric doctors and psychiatrists call “a flight of ideas.”
“Flight of ideas” refers to the expression of rapidly shifting thoughts that are loosely associated with one another. The listener may find this type of speech, in which the speaker “jumps” from one point to another, to be incoherent and nonsensical.
Yes, this is a diagnostic term, and this isn’t the first time we have witnessed Nancy Pelosi having these “senior moments.”
Just last January, Nancy Pelosi shocked viewers as she stumbled and stammered her way through a press conference. Besides the “flight of ideas,” Pelosi also suffers from brain freezes.
“This is about the Constitution of the United States,” Pelosi said. “And it’s import–tt-ant for…ah…the president to know, and Putin to know…and ah American voters…voters in America should decide who our president is…not Vladomo Plootin, Plootin…in Russia.”
That was just one excerpt from Nancy Pelosi’s announcement. However, the Speaker’s 10-minute speech last January was riddled with issues that were blatant, but the mainstream media refused to acknowledge it.
The Speaker is 80-years-old. And apart from her age and her alleged brain issues, the interview was quite telling. It’s abundantly clear that Nancy Pelosi is 100 percent against President Trump ending the economic shutdown.
Of course, we know the reason why.
When the economy gets back on track, the Democrats know it’s all over for them. Pelosi can’t hide the fact that she has no “scientific way” to see into the future. All the president said is that he is shooting for Easter Sunday, April 12, as a possible date to end the economic shutdown.
However, Trump also said we will have to see “where we are at, at that time.” That’s all it took for Nancy Pelosi to have an epic meltdown on CNN. Maybe it’s time for her family to get involved. It’s abundantly clear to the American people that Nancy Pelosi has no business being a Congresswoman, let alone Speaker of the House.