You can always count on Nancy Pelosi’s Thursday news conferences to bring stuttering, sighing and garbled words.

The leader of the Democrats didn’t disappoint this week.

Pelosi’s words are just not there or they aren’t coming together to form a complete sentence.

In one particular part of her statement, she gets stuck on her announcement for Mother’s Day.

The big question is how can this woman lead her party when she can’t even form a complete sentence?

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The video from The American Mirror shows just how broken Pelosi’s speech has become.

More of Pelosi’s garbling from CBSN:

It’s hard to believe but Nancy Pelosi recently said, “We cannot accept a second term for Donald Trump”…

This is not the only outrageous comment from the Majority Leader in the House in the video below from a discussion about Democrat priorities at Cornell University’s Institute of Politics & Global Affairs on 5/7/19

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Watch the video and hear Pelosi claim that we need to defeat Trump because we need to remain “faithful” to the Constitution…HUH?

Pelosi:

“We have to make sure…this will sound political but we have to make sure that the Constitution wins the next presidential election…We can’t be worrying about well, how long is this going to take? Well, that will take as long as it does. And we will press the case so that in the court of public opinion. People will know what is… is right.”

“But we cannot accept a second term for Donald Trump if we are going to be faithful to our democracy and to the Constitution of the United States.”

Pelosi continued with a warning that the Democrats must win:

“So we have to operate on many fronts. We have to operate in the Congress, in the courts, and in the court of public opinion, and we must win the next election.”

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