WATCH: Nancy Pelosi Gives SHOCKINGLY Bad Speech ‘Murderalizing’ The English Language

Just when you think that Nancy Pelosi couldn’t shock you anymore… she goes full Maxine Waters.

And you, dear ClashDaily readers, know just how dangerous that can be.

In this speech, Nancy Pelosi: Just. Can’t. Even.

Yeah, we know that phrase is so 2011, but in this case, it’s actually true.

In a brief 7-minute speech, Pelosi just couldn’t get the speech out.

Watch:

The American Mirror catalogued the mistakes: (Emphasis added.)

She congratulated honorees for their well-deserved “resc — recognition.”

Pelosi complimented Refugees International’s “strong moral varce — voice.”

She said America “degrades our values and our security when we slam the door in the face of children freeing — fleeing atrocities.”

She botched country names as she read them from her notes.

“With the specter of famine looming in, over northeast Nigeria, Somalia, south “Sudon,” and “Yuma — Yamen,” she said, flubbing “Yemen.”

Pelosi asserted cutting the foreign aid budget would “only deepen the crisis fighting — facing the children.”

Children, America, children need America to be their champion,” she said moments later.

Pelosi thanked Refugees International for “channeling — challenging us to honor our values.”

Is Pelosi losing it?

Did the Botox hit her brain?

Is she the poster girl for term limits?

Or was she just unprepared for the brief speech?

Quite frankly, she’s always been a mess.

And yet, she keeps getting reelected.

It’s got to be discouraging being a Republican running for office in California.

Look at the people you’re up against… and then you lose to them.

One more example of ideology trumping substance.

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