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Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s antics as of late have had many wondering what the heck could be wrong with her. On an almost daily basis she is saying or doing something incoherent which makes no sense and for which she is subsequently lambasted on social media.

Former top Democratic pollster and advisor to President Bill Clinton, Dick Morris, offered his diagnosis of her in a new video on his website, saying, “Is Nancy Pelosi senile? When you look at her statements over the past couple of months, you’re driven to the conclusion that she really has begun to lose it.”

“She constantly confuses the name of the president, she recently gave a whole thing denouncing Bush when in fact she was planning to denounce Trump,” Morris said with a chuckle. “She’s missing her cues, saying stuff that’s confused and sort of garbage.”

“When you read the text of her remarks, you wonder what’s the matter with her,” he continued, according to the Conservative Tribune. “Now there are some people on whom senility is an improvement, and in the case with Nancy Pelosi, I think that might be the case.”

“But really, this woman is losing it, and the Democrat Party should not entrust their fortunes to a new-kid-on-the-block like [Senate Minority Leader] Chuck Schumer and a senile old lady like Nancy Pelosi. That’s free advice to the party.”

Though it should be noted that Morris is not a medical doctor, Pelosi seemed to confirm the rumors that she is senile during a Tuesday night television appearance with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, when she could not seem to name the current leader of her own party.

The Free Beacon reported:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) dodged CNN’s Anderson Cooper’s question on Tuesday night when he asked her who leads the Democratic Party.

“Who is the leader of the Democratic Party right now?” Cooper asked Pelosi.

“Well, President Obama was the president of the United States until just a matter of weeks ago,” Pelosi said. “I don’t think that he can be dismissed as the leader of the Democratic Party. Hillary Clinton did not win the election, but a respected leader.”

“But we have leaders for all different aspects of it,” Pelosi added.

Cooper pointed out that the Democratic Party “suffered tremendous losses” on the state level under former President Obama.

“It has, but we have a plan to address that,” Pelosi responded.

Cooper reiterated his question on whether the Democratic Party has a “standard-bearer” for leading the party.

“So there’s not one standard-bearer that you see as the leader of the Democratic Party?” Cooper asked.

“We’re not in a presidential time,” Pelosi responded, without offering any names of Democratic lawmakers.


Something is DEFINITELY wrong with this woman…