Video of the Day: Pelosi Stutters, Forgets Gavin Newsom’s Name, Botches Kevin McCarthy’s Name

While appearing on fake news CNN Sunday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., seemed to have another brain freeze and appeared to forget the name of her own governor, Gavin Newsom.  Later, she botched House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy’s name, calling him, “Mitchell.”

“My own Governor, um – uh-uh-um Gavin Newsom’s been so spectacular,” she told CNN propagandist Jake Tapper.

Later, she called McCarthy, “Mitchell.”

“…I want it to be bipartisan. The Republican leader Mitchell McCarthy as assured me that he will consider this, he’s not there yet,” she said.

Just think — THIS is what’s in charge of the House of Representatives right now.


H/T Gateway Pundit


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