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WATCH – Nancy Pelosi’s Ignorance of Reality Stuns Liberal Talk Show Hosts *VIDEO* #o4a #Democrat

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October 21st, 2017

Hapless & senile old Nancy Pelosi showed once again how oblivious to reality she truly is.

While on ABC’s “The View,” co-host Meghan McCain asked Pelosi how she responds to the “fracture” in her party,especially between Sanders and Clinton supporters.

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Despite the fact that there is a growing movement to usurp Nancy as the leader of the Democrats, she responded as if all is well in Libtardia.

“Well, let me, with all due respect, disagree with you — there is not a fracture in our party similar to what’s happening in the Republican Party,” Pelosi claimed. “My party has always been a dynamic party. It is not a rubber stamp party. … That’s the vitality of it.”

Nancy asserted that while some in the party would prefer she step down, she claimed she can “name an overwhelming number of people” who wish her to remain. She then forgot to mention any of those people. Imaginary, perhaps?

“I feel very confident in what I’m doing and the support that I have, but please don’t think that it is anything like the fracture that is in the Republican Party,” Pelosi declared.

Meghan McCain shot right back at Pelosi, responding, “That’s from winning, though. I mean, President Trump is in the White House, so there’s a breakdown someplace.”

“This is our turn,” Pelosi said, before repeating the Democrats’ new slogan, “Better deal, better jobs, better pay, better future for the American people” and asserting that the Democrats’ sole problem is in its messaging.

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