Former Speaker of the House and leader of the Democrats, Nancy Pelosi, is one of the most disliked politicians in America, with an approval rating of just 19% in recent polls.
Pelosi’s views and rhetoric have earned her few friends across the political aisle, but one expert suggests the former speaker’s erratic behavior may be the result of a medical condition.
Dick Morris, who served as top pollster and political consultant for former President Bill Clinton, claims that Pelosi’s recent string of bizarre behavior, such as claiming that George W. Bush was still president or her strange facial expressions during President Trump’s address to Congress, are a result of her developing a case of senility. Pelosi will turn 77 at the end of March.
In a video posted to his website, Morris asks “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. She’s missing her cues, saying stuff that’s confused and sort of garbage.”
Check out the video:
Here’s more of Morris’ comments, courtesy of Conservative Tribune:
When you read the text of her remarks, you wonder what’s the matter with her. 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.
Of course, Morris might be completely wrong. But who can ell when it comes to Nancy Pelosi.