Watch: Pelosi Tries To Repeat 6 Words in Order, Can't Make It Past Word 4


Another day, another instance of Nancy Pelosi making us question her mental state.

During the “People Over Polluters” forum on Wednesday, the House minority leader appeared completely unable to repeat a few words she had said only moments before.

“One more thing,” Pelosi said, interrupting the event’s host. “I want you all to join me in what I said earlier — clean air, clean water, clean government.”

She then tried to lead the crowd in the chant.

It didn’t go so well.

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Check it out in the video above.

Social media users pointed out what many of us are already thinking — Pelosi’s losing it.

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This was just one of many instances of Pelosi appearing to lose her mental capacities.

During an interview with the Rolling Stone, Pelosi forgot the name of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

“I think some of is it a little bit on the sexist side — although I wouldn’t normally say that,” Pelosi said, referencing calls for her to step down from her position.

“Except it’s like, really? Has anyone asked whatshisname, the one who’s the head of the Senate?” she said.

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An aide then had to remind Pelosi of “whatshisname,” and she corrected herself.

“McConnell,” she continued. “I mean, he’s got the lowest numbers of anybody in the world. Have you ever gone up to him and said, ‘How much longer do you think you’ll stay in this job?’”

In a recent news conference, Pelosi slurred the words “soy bean” and mispronounced “repeat.”

“Last week, soybean futures hit a nine-year low. Soy boyn…soybean futures hit a nine-year low,” she said. Later in the video, she tells a reporter to “repoot” a question.

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Rebekah Baker is the former deputy managing editor of The Western Journal.
Rebekah Baker is the former deputy managing editor of The Western Journal. She graduated from Grove City College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She has written hundreds of articles on topics like the sanctity of life, free speech and freedom of religion.
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