Elderly Pelosi Appears Confused About Multiple Things During Interview

Elderly Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) appeared to be confused about several recent events during a Sunday interview with CNN host Dana Bash.

During the interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the 83-year-old former Speaker of the House appeared to be confused about multiple things when she was asked about two IRS whistleblowers who testified before Congress last week.

Bash began the discussion by explaining the allegations made by these whistleblowers and asking Pelosi about whether the issue had been politicized.

“This past week, two IRS whistleblowers, career investigators, testified under oath that the Justice Department slow-walked the investigation into President Biden’s son Hunter and ignored recommendations to file more serious felony charges,” the CNN host said. “Are you confident the politics did not play a role here?”

Responding to the question, Pelosi confused the IRS whistleblower hearing with a recent censorship hearing featuring Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. — who she mistakenly referred to as “Joe Kennedy.” She also referred to the censorship hearing — during which the Democrats ironically held a vote to censor Kennedy from speaking — as a “clown show” put on by the GOP.

“Well, it was a — since you reference the hearing, what a ridiculous clown show, again, on the part of the Republicans,” Pelosi claimed. “Here was a purpose that you described. What did they do? Bring in Joe Kennedy talking about censorship, that he’s being censored, as he’s talking to the world in a congressional hearing and showing pictures that had nothing to do with the essence of it.”

Bash once again asked Pelosi whether she thought the Department of Justice (DOJ) was being fair in its investigation of President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. Pelosi claimed that she had respect for whistleblowers before referring to this hearing as a “clown show” as well — citing the explicit photos of Hunter Biden shown by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and once again mentioning Kennedy, who was not present at this hearing.

“No, I’m not — I’m not confident of — about what the whistleblower said,” Pelosi said. “The U.S. attorney was a Trump attorney. This is their opinion. It was not the opinion of others there.”