Nancy Pelosi Struggles in Front of Cameras With Democrat Talking Points [Video]

[VIDEO] The Democrat from California and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was at the podium again today. She needed to get some sound bites on the air in opposition to President Donald Trump. Today’s not so surprising subject was the new tax bill that has been put forth by the Republican leadership.

As you would expect, Ms. Pelosi had rounded up the usual suspects to be in the background and show their support. You can readily identify them. They are all a part of the Trump resistance. They also suffer from bad cases of Trump Derangement Syndrom. 

In this video, with just some notes to read from, you will note how she struggles. You may be tempted to toss off her speaking problems as just not being prepared to speak on the subject matter at hand. Maybe she should have read over the notes that her staff gave her. Then again, maybe there is a problem here. You be the judge.

As Written By Kyle Olson for the American Mirror:

Reading a piece of paper in front of reporters can be difficult — especially if you don’t know what’s on it and you’re already having trouble speaking.

Nancy Pelosi found that out the hard way on Thursday when she became flustered reading a prepared statement to the media.

Seconds into her remarks, she appeared to be off-script, stopped, looked towards the ceiling, let out a deep sigh and shook her head before she continued on.

“Uh, the budget, which is the framework, uh, for where we go from here. Today, they have started to unveil, uh, tax bill designed to plunder the middle class in order to put the, uh,” she said, before stopping and letting out a deep sigh and shaking her head.

“…to put into the pockets of the wealthiest 1%…….


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