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Flashback: Nancy Pelosi Brain Freeze — Unsure of the Day & Who She’s Speaking To (Video)

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For a career politician, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) sure seems to get flustered when speaking in public before large crowds. And on live TV. Possibly in her personal life, too. Check this out, via American Mirror:

The 79-year-old House Speaker gave brief remarks to The American Road & Transportation Builders Association yesterday and during the roughly 14 minutes, seemed confused about what day it was, and to whom she was speaking.

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Moments later, she said, “You know last week, we um— was it last? I’m losing track of the days of— last week was the um, celebration of the golden spike,” referring to the railroad that crossed the country.

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PELOSI: “Did I say I was closing? I’m just going to say it again. I’ll close by saying this–

Pause.

PELOSI: “I congratulate you for this wonderful conference. I want to again commend um, the…I’m not going to say your initials, I want to say the whole word here. Uh, The American Road and Transportation Builders Association and the Association of General Contractors of America.

Pause.

PELOSI: “We just have to stick with the program. Just stick with the program, and uh, um, again, um— I’m confident that it will happen.

Pause.

PELOSI: “Can I say it that way? I’m confident that it will happen.

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Every February, Americans celebrate the beloved holiday that is Thanksgiving.

Wait, that can’t be right.

So, why then did Pelosi wish Americans a “Happy Thanksgiving”…on Valentine’s Day?

Pelosi: “Happy Valentine’s Day. We saluted our victory – or the victory for the American people – earlier with chocolate. Chocolate from California, I call it the champagne of chocolate. So again, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. You should go home now to your loved ones.

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The brain freeze to end all brain freezes?

At the 2019 State of the Union address, Trump spoke of unity. He also happened to bring up the fact that black, Hispanic, and Asian unemployment has hit record low levels.

Democrats weren’t exactly thrilled, for whatever the reason.

Pelosi refused to clap. She wouldn’t stand, either.

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According to the California Democrat, the “GOP attitude disrespects workers, dishonors our values and damages our economy.”

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The ‘New York Times’ and Its Latest Two Giant Lies

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