Nancy Pelosi hasn’t been having the best year, at least when it comes to speaking.
The aging House Minority Leader has been through a number of embarrassing mental slip-ups throughout the course of the last few months, leaving a great many Americans to wonder whether or not the longtime democratic force has seen enough of public service.
To be honest, it has been more than a little disheartening seeing the liberal left continue to trot the obviously unwell Pelosi out in front of the cameras time and again, only to witness the bumbling, incoherent mess that she has become.
Now, another semantic screwball from Pelosi has many wondering if there is a bit of a feud brewing within the democratic party, particularly as it pertains to Elizabeth Warren and her unverified claim to be of Native American descent.
Pelosi, who is in New Mexico to build support for the reauthorized of the Violence Against Women Act, spoke before a gathering of Democrat activists and Haaland supporters at the congressional candidate’s campaign office in Nob Hill.
“Much of Tuesday’s campaign stop was dedicated to supporting congressional efforts to extend the federal Violence Against Women Act, which provides grants to groups that work to combat domestic violence. Several speakers noted that Native American women face higher rates of violence than other women,” the Albuquerque Journal reports.
“When [Deb Haaland] comes to Congress, think of it … she’ll come there as the first Native American woman ever in the history of our country,” Pelosi told attendees. “She will be the first and there’s a reason she is the first — because she is so great.”
Of course, Liz Warren has drawn severe criticism from the Americam people for her claim of Native American heritage – and was even offered a $1 million by President Donald Trump to take a DNA test. Warren declined.
So was this another case of Nancy The Knucklehead, or has Warren worn out her welcome with the Wig Wam talk?
“When [Deb Haaland] comes to Congress, think of it… she'll come there as the first Native American woman ever in the history of our country," Nancy Pelosi said.
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) August 7, 2018