What’s going on with Nancy Pelosi? This is the question so many are asking. It’s important because she’s third in line to the presidency.

During two recent appearances, she stumbles and stops during her speech. She has awkward moments of silence where it seems as though she’s trying to remember words. Her inability to correctly pronounce words is alarming too.

In case you haven’t heard her speak recently, the two examples below are raising questions.

The first and most recent example is from today where Pelosi tries to slam Trump for meeting with Korea’s Kim Jong Un. Listen as she has to stop to think about where the president had been.

She insinuated that the president was naive to think he could get anywhere with the Korean leader.  She then called Kim Jong Un the “real winner.” A jab that was uncalled for but expected.

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“The President is returning from Vietnam with his meeting with Kim Jong Un. I guess it took two meetings for him to realize that Kim Jong Un is not on the level…he was the big winner, Kim Jong Un in getting to sit face-to-face with the most powerful person in the world… the President of the United States.”

“And really it’s good that the President did not give him any…”

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Her recent appearance in New York with Governor Cuomo was a doozy of face spasms and slurs:

She spoke before Cuomo signed a gun control bill.

Pelosi spoke to the press on Valentine’s Day and wished everyone a “Happy Thanksgiving.”

What’s wrong with Nancy?

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