Nancy’s latest gaffe on Twitter generates hilarious responses, and raises some questions

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Boy, where would we be without the free entertainment consistently provided by Nancy Pelosi? While the ultra-liberal lawmaker has always been a source of conservative humor, Trump’s rise to the White House has only exacerbated her lunacy. In the last few months alone, Pelosi has been caught on camera making so many inexplicable gaffes, even some liberals are questioning whether she is still capable of holding office.

However, no Pelosi gaffe will ever top her rationale for attempting to push Obamacare through Congress in 2009. While some were requesting more time to read through the legislation, Pelosi quipped that they had to “pass the bill so that you can find out what’s in it.” To date, the quote continues to live in infamy.

Of course, that hasn’t stopped Pelosi from trying to outdo herself in the years since. Most recently, the California Democrat took aim at Trump’s planned executive action on health care. There was just one problem…she hadn’t even read it yet.

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From Twitchy:

She doesn’t know BUT SHE KNOWS! Nancy Pelosi FREAKS about Trump’s #Obamacare EO.

Looks like Nancy Pelosi isn’t having such a great day.

Does it make us childish that this pleases us?

You can’t make this stuff up. Apparently, Pelosi never needs to read anything to know what’s in it…she just knows. Predictably, Twitter had a field day with the comment:

Of course, the irony of Pelosi’s argument is likely lost on her. While she might have forgotten her blunder from 8 years ago, the internet never forgets. Thankfully, they are already letting Pelosi hear about it.

[Note: This post was written by Michael Lee. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee]

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