Did Nancy Pelosi Just Have A SEIZURE During Press Conference? [WATCH]

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., speaks to supporters at an election night party in Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Original Filename: Pelosi Election.JPEG-061c6.jpg

It would be a miracle for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to go at least one week without making a fool out of herself.

This past Thursday, Pelosi lectured the press about the seriousness of her position while opening up her weekly address. Although she has been a member of Congress for decades, Pelosi messed up the oath of office, causing her to have to look down at her notes.

“As you know, today we’ll be debating what’s called the minibus, minibus. Not an omnibus, everything, minibus. And it, on the subject of security, as you know, all of us, anyone who serves in government or civically involved takes an oath of office to protect and defend … support and defend the Constitution of the United States. Our first responsibility is to protect the American people and our constitution. If people are not safe, how can we proceed in any other way?

This isn’t Nancy Pelosi’s first screw-up this past week either. Last Sunday during an event in New York City she appeared to suffer many bouts of memory loss during her speech.

Several times she froze, forgetting her train of thought and what to say next, gesturing her hands, looking to the audience as if they had the answers.

It was a very strange interview and one that made news all over the country.

Just last month at the end of June, Pelosi couldn’t even remember her latest Russia accusation, only six minutes after making it. Rep. Bennie Thompson had to step in to assist with the details.

Constantly stumbling around her words, forgetting how to pronounce some of them even, things haven’t been going too well for Democratic leader.

She has had to consistently correct herself during many speeches which has us all questioning her mental health and stability.

Source: https://theglobalnewsus.com

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