When you think who some of the worst Democrats in Congress are, there are several people who come to mind.

Your mind may instantly shift to people like Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. But I think someone who is worse – although not as radical as the Squad – is Nasty Nancy Pelosi.

The reason why I would say she’s the worst is because of her attitude and her power. She has the “let them eat cake” attitude towards our economy and a “do as I say, not as I do” hypocrisy that is just maddening.

She is by far one of the most powerful people in the country in that the Democrats will largely do what she says. And with a Democrat control over the House, this makes her very powerful.

But the thing that really makes her dangerous is that she’s so separated from reality and she’s senile. For crying out loud she’s an 81-year-old woman who has been pampered for her entire life, yet she thinks she knows her constituents and what they want. Give me a break.

Nearly every time she gets up to speak during a press conference, she bumbles around just about as much as Joe Biden does.

Last week, Nancy Pelosi took the podium to talk about a bill. She was trying to explain it but honestly, I don’t even understand what it is she’s trying to communicate.

She goes off the rails, apparently mixing in references to the EAGLE Act, a bill passed in the House aimed at China, with the names of current and former members of Congress (including one who is now deceased) and various stages of brain freeze.

“We have a bill in the House. It’s the McGovern bill. It’s a stronger bill, uh, than the, uh, the — it is, it’s, a bill that we could have freestanding or a bill that is in the EAGLE Act, that is part of the, um, the, um, Mr. — Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr. Kendrick Meeks — no, Gregory Meeks’ bill. Kendrick — we’re all very sad about losing Carrie Meek this week, so I referenced her son.”

“But chairman Meeks’ bill in the, um, in the House — so we will have that, but you see, in a defense — in a bill, whether it’s in the — whatever that thing’s called that they have in the Senate — or in a DOD bill, the Senate does not have the right to have a revenue or an appropriations matter.”

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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