Pelosi’s nonsense has been much pronounced recently
After the Democrat’s took back control of House of Representatives, Rep. Nancy Pelosi has already launched herself into a fit of incoherently babbling.
Pelosi’s nonsense has been much pronounced recently, and many have started to notice.
Despite this, Pelosi took center stage making her a sitting target for critics just hours after the house win.
In the clip below, you may find it hard to put into context what Pelosi is attempting to convey.
She seems to be talking about pre-existing conditions and government mediation with medical coverage.
Here’s what she said anyway:
“It’s about stopping the GOP and (stuttering) Mitch McConnell’s assault on Medicare, Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act, and the healthcare of 130 million Americans living with pre-existing medical conditions. Let’s hear it more for pre-existing medical conditions.”
According to WJ: At this point, the audience and people around her clap and cheer. No one seems to be bothered by her presumed inadvertent call to cheer for pre-existing medical conditions.
Again, in context, her assumed intent can be deciphered. But what does this kind of thing mean, realistically, for the House and the country if she again becomes Speaker of the House?
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— Deplorable Ric Reed (@RicVaDude) October 16, 2018
“IF” is a key word here, as some Democrats have already made it clear they would not be in favor of her being given the gavel again. Her incoherence and being so meme-worthy don’t help her cause.
And her incoherence isn’t her only troubling problem. She also has a penchant for saying simply ludicrous things. Again, more meme-worthiness
Those are just a few examples.
There are many, many more to choose from.
And that is one of a number of reasons why some Republicans are hoping for a Pelosi return to the Speaker position, viewing it as a way to help the GOP in 2020.