Pelosi’s Latest Babblings About Impeachment Are Bizarre, Prompt Questions About Her Mental Health (VIDEO)

Thursday, December 5, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Eric A. Blair
TheGatewayPundit.com
December 5, 2019

Whoa. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is acting really bizarre.

“Sadly, but with confidence and humility, with allegiance to our founders and our heart full of love for America, today, I am asking our chairmen to proceed with articles of impeachment,” Pelosi said in a brief televised statement from the Capitol.

“Heart full of love”? “Humility”? What is she talking about?! It’s a partisan hack job to undo the will of 63 million Americans!

The impeachment inquiry has rushed toward an inevitable vote in the House to approve articles of impeachment and move the case to the Senate. In the process, Democrats have prevented Republicans from calling their own witnesses and have taken only party-line votes to proceed. There hasn’t been a hint of “love” or “humility” along the way.

After her really weird address to the nation (Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt said it looked like a “hostage video”), she held court for the media in the House.

“All I hear from the press is that I’m moving so swiftly that, like a blur, going by. This has been a couple of years, two and a half, since the initial investigation of the U.S. — Russian involvement which started much of this,” she said.

Wait, did she just say the impeachment movement has been going on since the probe into alleged collusion BEGAN? That investigation ended up clearing President Trump of all charges.

Then Pelosi came completely unhinged when James Rosen, a former Fox News reporter, asked her: “Do you hate the president, Madame Speaker?”

Pelosi, who had left the podium, stared down Rosen, wagging a boney finger at him. “I don’t hate anybody… Don’t you accuse me!

“I did not accuse you,” Rosen said.

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