Pelosi’s Brain Freezes For 7 Seconds On Camera

( Over the weekend, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi made the rounds of the Sunday shows, which is rather perplexing given Nancy’s inability to string together a coherent sentence.

During her appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the old girl promoted abortion, blasted the Supreme Court, fearmongered over the end of Roe v. Wade, and whined about former President Trump getting three justices confirmed for the Supreme Court.

During her interview with CNN’s Dana Bash, Pelosi said the quiet part out loud, admitting that Democrats wanted voters to focus on the possibility that Roe v. Wade will be overturned – no doubt to distract voters from the Democrat Party’s inability to deliver anything but misery for the country.

She stammered on about the “genius” of the founders for creating a Constitution “that enabled freedom to expand,” adding that this is what the Supreme Court did when it granted “marriage equality” and made abortion a “right.”

If only it was the Supreme Court’s job to amend the Constitution and “expand” freedom. But it isn’t. That role is left in the hands of Congress and the states.

Pelosi said because the Supreme Court might “take back” the “right” to abortion, Democrats wanted voters to know that “freedom” is “on the ballot” in November.

Dana Bash interjected that “many Democrats are angry” and “despondent” over the leaked draft of Justice Alito’s opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade. Bash said Republicans have run on overturning Roe v. Wade for decades and claimed these “angry,” “despondent” people think Democrats should have seen this coming.

Pelosi must not have been expecting that. Before she could figure out how to respond, the 82-year-old babbling nitwit, looking like a deer in the headlights, paused and stuttered for what felt like an eternity.

Then the stammering Pelosi, still struggling to find her way to a point, asked who would have “suspected” a “creature like Donald Trump” would become president when he was “waving a list of judges” supported by “the far right” and getting them appointed to the court.