Nancy Pelosi is 78-years-old and has been in the House since 1987, nearly 32 years.
Over the past few years, she has shown signs of some type of mental disorder by forgetting what she is saying, repeating herself and babbling nonsense that no one understands.
Many have been speculating that Pelosi is showing signs of some form of dementia, which does in include Alzheimer’s disease.
I’ve watched her over the past couple of years and while I’m not a medical expert, I am quite familiar with many of the symptoms of the various forms of dementia and I have to admit that Pelosi does fit those symptoms.
In a recent speech, where she was touting her government shutdown victory over President Donald Trump and vowing to never fund the border wall, Pelosi showed signs of facial spasms and confusion.
The American Mirror – NANCY? Pelosi botches words, suffers face spasms, confuses Dems, GOP while vowing no border wall funding – What’s wrong with Nancy Pelosi?
The House Speaker spoke to reporters today for only about 21 minutes, but there were plenty of strange moments as she botched words, suffered face spasms and brain freezes as she attacked President Trump’s proposed border wall and his leadership during the recent partial government shutdown.
Lamenting the recent partial government shutdown, Pelosi said, “Veterans, many of whom— a third of the Republican— federal employees…”
“Maybe we can do something to help our contractors, uh, because they did— are— not getting paid,” she struggled to say.
The House Speaker attempted to read recent votes to reporters, and had trouble finding the right numbers in her notes.
“163— what is it, 163, uh, Democrats, uh, Republicans voted no,” she said, looking at reporters for dramatic effect, “to a resolution that says shutdowns are wrong.” …
I’ve seen the impact of dementia on individuals and their families and it’s something I wouldn’t wish on anyone, including people like Pelosi.
However, if in fact she does have dome form of dementia, then she is definitely not qualified to be a US Representative, let along Speaker of the House and next in line for the presidency if anything happens to Trump and Pence.
Like her or not, we need to pray for Pelosi and her family.
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