Nancy Pelosi was giving a speech and it appears as though she starting having facial spasms in the middle of saying something, but then people noticed the guy behind her as well. It was a bizarre moment when the House Minority Leader was trying to say the word “intelligence” and her face began acting up, stopping her short of saying the word and likely causing a moment of discomfort for those watching her. Some pundits stated that Pelosi was triggered by “intelligence” as a joke.
The bizarre moment was caught on video and the video we found highlights the moments that she struggled during the press conference with the Intelligence Committee Democrats. It seems like the people standing behind her didn’t notice her gaffes. Nope. Yes, they did! All eyes on the guy right behind her! His face tells it all! It was also strange that she appears to have forgotten the name of someone she praised, which didn’t make much sense. How can someone praise another person and not even know their name? Was it a brain lapse or freeze of some sort? We’re not medical doctors, so we can’t diagnose someone, but we can state that it was very odd to watch this strange Nancy Pelosi video.
The American Mirror stated: “When the House Minority Leader attempted to say the word today, she suffered a face spasm — just one of several during today’s press conference with Intelligence Committee Democrats.
While introducing her colleagues, Pelosi said, “I’m very honored to stand, uh, before members of the House Intelligence Committee,” suffering a face spasm.
She repeated herself — while reading from note cards.
“We also want to protect, we also want to protect the Muell— the integrity of the Mueller investigation,” Pelosi said.
Attempting to praise one of her Democratic colleagues, she called him by the wrong name.
“Early on, the leadership of Congressman Early— uh, Eric Swalwell,” she said, correcting herself.
Moments later, she spoke unintelligibly.
“So I knew the challenge that members face there,” speaking of the committee. “That’s why I had the pa— uh,” freezing, before adding, “privilege…”