Nancy Pelosi is the American political version of that relative that every time that you see them they are always babbling nonsense and it gets to the point after a while that you just wish they would get some kind of medical help.

A recent video compilation from Thursday’s news conference shows each time that Nancy Pelosi messed up her public speech and the results are rather disturbing. In the least insulting manner possible, it may be time for Pelosi to remove herself from such humiliating situations as either her health or mental capacity have greatly deteriorated and at this point it’s simply hard to watch.

Via: In the American Mirror’s most recent compilation of Pelosi comedy, which was edited from a news conference that took place on Thursday, she appears to be struggling… a lot.

Pelosi started out, “What an event-filled morning has been.” Yes, she’s the one who missed a word, it wasn’t a typo on our part.

She continued on to not make any sense when she said, “Really, one that marks that marks a transform of — transformative moment.” To be honest, she sounded like a drunk who was convinced she was making sense, but clearly wasn’t.

With what looked like a clear spasm, she seemed to draw a blank and stated, “When President Bush left office the deficit was 1.4 trillion. Uh, trillion dollars. So you’re talking about an enormous amount of money. The national debt increased by an enormous amount- the debt was 1.4 billion in terms of the deficit.”

Unfortunately, that wasn’t the end of the embarrassment for Pelosi. She kept on talking and even called a pie chart a “pie crust.” Yes, that is for real. No, I’m not making it up. She could barely get out the word “declaring.”

One of the weirdest statements she made was when she cut herself off and said, “Education being essential. Education, by the way, being any money being spent on education…”

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Clearly Nancy Pelosi is no longer the house speaker she once was as her statements are convoluted, her speech it tongue tied with absent words, and her ability to recall information is practically nonexistent.

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