Senile? Pelosi Stops Herself As She Mourns the ‘Death’ of Rep. Steve Scalise — He’s Alive
Nancy Pelosi made a grave error on Thursday, as she began to declare how heartbroken she is over the death of Representative Steve Scalise, the problem is that he is currently in critical condition — but still alive.
“Our hearts are broken over the assault that was made — really on all of us,” Pelosi began. “But personally heartbroken of the dea– uh…”
Catching her mistake, Pelosi looked down as she shamefully collected herself.
“– over what happened to Steve Scalise, our colleague,” she continued.
Congressman Scalise was one of five people shot by a maniacal Bernie Sanders supporter on the field of a Congressional baseball practice.
Pelosi then lashed out at Republicans who have spoken out about the violence being condoned by the Democratic Party, which many believe is leading to the radicalization of far left lunatics.
“I think that the comments made by my Republican colleagues are outrageous, beneath the dignity of the job that they hold, beneath the dignity of the respect that we would like Congress to command. How dare they say such thing? How dare they? Well I won’t even go into the whole thing,” Pelosi said.
Pelosi then began to claim that she is the real victim in this situation.
“I can’t even begin, probably as we sit here, they’re running caricatures of me in Georgia once again, earned over a hundred million dollars of vitriolic things that they say, that resulted in calls to my home constantly, threats in front of my grandchildren. Really, predicated on their comments and their paid ads,” she said.
Naturally, the Minority Leader also blamed the president himself — skipping over self reflection and passing the blame, as the Democratic Party always does.
“So this sick individual does something despicable and it was horrible what he did, hateful. But for them to all of a sudden be sanctimonious as if, they don’t, never seen such a thing before. And I don’t even want to go into the President of the United States. But in terms of some of the language that he has used.”