Pelosi Has MENTAL BREAKDOWN On Live Air
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This woman is completely insane!

During a recent airing of MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi completely lost her composure and called President Donald Trump “ethically unfit, intellectually unprepared, and personally unqualified to be president.

According to Breitbart, Mitchell asked, “The president has moved his Tulsa rally from tomorrow to Saturday. It was originally, as you know, on Juneteenth. And he’s now tweeting that he made Juneteenth famous by having originally helped plan that commemoration, his rally on that day. Do you think Juneteenth should be made a national holiday?”

Pelosi responded, “It’s stunning, the president says that the Supreme Court liked me, or I made Juneteenth. This is a person who is ethically unfit, intellectually unprepared, and personally unqualified to be president of the United States as he says everything is about him and not about our country. Juneteenth is a very important day for many of us, even before what’s his name ever heard of it. What we’re doing here in the capital for tomorrow, later today, I have put forth a letter asking the clerk of the House of Representatives to remove the paintings of four Confederate soldiers and participants who became speaker of the House, who were speaker or became speaker of the House. We didn’t know that until we were taking an appraisal of the statues, and then we found out from the curator that four of them had been part of the confederacy. So later today, those paintings will come down, and that’s how we will be observing Juneteenth in the Capitol.”

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6 comments
  1. Ms. Pelosi you have caused the Country you swore to serve and caused more DAMAGE than any former Speaker of the House. I know your family and know that you can’t be trusted to do anything but cause problems.

    1. The growing defiance against Trump

      Lindsey Graham declined to support the Trump administration’s choice of a new federal prosecutor.Pool photo by Jonathan Ernst
      The list of prominent people who have publicly defied President Trump — including onetime allies — keeps growing. Consider what has happened in just the past few weeks:

      Senate Republicans over the weekend refused to support Trump’s firing of a federal prosecutor who had investigated two of the president’s personal lawyers. As a result, the prosecutor’s deputy, rather than the administration’s choice, replaced him.
      A federal judge on Saturday rejected Trump’s request to block the release of a book critical of him.
      The author of that book — John Bolton, Trump’s former national security adviser — said in an interview with ABC News on Sunday that Trump posed a “danger for the republic.”
      Another former administration official — Jim Mattis, a retired Marine general who served as defense secretary — said Trump was trying to divide the country and “make a mockery of our Constitution.”
      Trump’s top military adviser, Gen. Mark Milley, publicly apologized for participating in a photo op with him that followed the use of tear gas against peaceful protesters.
      The Supreme Court blocked Trump’s effort to end a signature Obama administration immigration policy. (And, yes, the court is influenced by public opinion, as The Times’s Adam Liptak has explained.)
      Several Trump-friendly commentators — at The Wall Street Journal, Breitbart and elsewhere — have said his responses to the coronavirus and police violence are hurting his chances of re-election.
      The commissioner of the N.F.L. switched his position on player protests about racial injustice, which angered Trump.
      These acts of defiance are both a sign of Trump’s current weakness and a further cause of it, as Matt Glassman, a Georgetown University political scientist, told me. People feel more comfortable opposing Trump because they think he is on the wrong side of public opinion on several major issues.

      And the more people who defy Trump, the less difficult it becomes for others to do so. It was especially striking to see Senator Lindsey Graham, a frequent Trump defender, decline to support the Trump administration’s choice of a new federal prosecutor. “It’s not a random, rogue action,” Glassman said. “It’s a calculated move based on the weakness of the president.”

      None of this means Trump is doomed to lose in November. Past presidential candidates, like George H.W. Bush and Harry Truman, overcame polling deficits bigger than the one Trump currently has against Joe Biden. But sustained weakness is very dangerous for a politician.

  2. This has to be a FAIRYTALE News report because to have a mental breakdown one must have a brain and NO DEMOCRAP has such an organ. In FACT nowhere in the ENTIRE PARTY(everyone who votes that way) have even the smallest measurable amount of brain tissue in the entire group combined. Nutsy is one of the more IGNORANT of Democraps along with Schiff, Waters, GONADler, and Schmuck in the Senate rounds out the Top 5 most IGNORANT Democraps in the World.

    1. The growing defiance against Trump

      Lindsey Graham declined to support the Trump administration’s choice of a new federal prosecutor.Pool photo by Jonathan Ernst
      The list of prominent people who have publicly defied President Trump — including onetime allies — keeps growing. Consider what has happened in just the past few weeks:

      Senate Republicans over the weekend refused to support Trump’s firing of a federal prosecutor who had investigated two of the president’s personal lawyers. As a result, the prosecutor’s deputy, rather than the administration’s choice, replaced him.
      A federal judge on Saturday rejected Trump’s request to block the release of a book critical of him.
      The author of that book — John Bolton, Trump’s former national security adviser — said in an interview with ABC News on Sunday that Trump posed a “danger for the republic.”
      Another former administration official — Jim Mattis, a retired Marine general who served as defense secretary — said Trump was trying to divide the country and “make a mockery of our Constitution.”
      Trump’s top military adviser, Gen. Mark Milley, publicly apologized for participating in a photo op with him that followed the use of tear gas against peaceful protesters.
      The Supreme Court blocked Trump’s effort to end a signature Obama administration immigration policy. (And, yes, the court is influenced by public opinion, as The Times’s Adam Liptak has explained.)
      Several Trump-friendly commentators — at The Wall Street Journal, Breitbart and elsewhere — have said his responses to the coronavirus and police violence are hurting his chances of re-election.
      The commissioner of the N.F.L. switched his position on player protests about racial injustice, which angered Trump.
      These acts of defiance are both a sign of Trump’s current weakness and a further cause of it, as Matt Glassman, a Georgetown University political scientist, told me. People feel more comfortable opposing Trump because they think he is on the wrong side of public opinion on several major issues.

      And the more people who defy Trump, the less difficult it becomes for others to do so. It was especially striking to see Senator Lindsey Graham, a frequent Trump defender, decline to support the Trump administration’s choice of a new federal prosecutor. “It’s not a random, rogue action,” Glassman said. “It’s a calculated move based on the weakness of the president.”

      None of this means Trump is doomed to lose in November. Past presidential candidates, like George H.W. Bush and Harry Truman, overcame polling deficits bigger than the one Trump currently has against Joe Biden. But sustained weakness is very dangerous for a politician.

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