Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is losing her mind. In fact, she's been losing it for quite some time now.
We very frequently hear her stumbling over her words and can't seem to remember how life actually works.
Now she’s claiming that Democrat Dan McCready who lost the special election last Tuesday to Dan Bishop in North Carolina actually won, even though he lost.
President Trump helped rally for Dan Bishop which pushed him over the top by two percent to defeat McCready even though McCready had a two-year head start at his campaign and millions of dollars in donations more than Bishop.
That just goes to show you how much Americans really are against Democrats and favor Republicans now given their far far far-left "progressive" policies. And you know they all try to see who is more progressive than the next like it's some sort of contest.
"I'm very proud of Dan McCready. He's a great patriot. He's an independent voice for the district that he would have represented. It's too bad he's not coming here. But he did a great job. Actually he came out 10 points higher than our president -- last three presidential -- [coughs] -- excuse me -- candidates. So he won the campaign; he didn't win the election, but he won the campaign."
What the heck is that even supposed to mean?
How do you win the campaign, but lose the election? His campaign is his campaign, it's not like he was competing against someone else inside his own campaign.
He lost to Dan Bishop. Bishop had a campaign, and McCready had a campaign. Both were running for office in the House of Representatives. One campaign won, one campaign lost.
It's not rocket science. You don't lose an election and win a campaign.
Watch her make a fool of herself below:
Speaker Nancy Pelosi: "I'm very proud of Dan McCready... He won the campaign. He didn't win the election, but he won the campaign." pic.twitter.com/nqyBfxWJjq
— The Hill (@thehill) September 12, 2019