Nancy Pelosi is in a scary position as it pertains to the American people.
If you look at the Presidential line of succession, she is right after Vice President Pence. Kind of a scary thought that should keep you up at night.
My point is that someone that is in that kind of position as far as the batting order goes should have everything together in terms of knowing how things works.
The problem with Pelosi is that when she talks publicly she comes off as someone that is more resemblant of an excited six year old that is trying to their their mom and dad about the funny thing that happened that day in school.
She does not come across as a person that is aware of her surroundings and when you are two heartbeats away from the launch codes it’s best for everyone that you have everything together.
Via Daily Wire:
On Thursday, likely incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi sounded a bit addled when she was repeatedly asked by NBC News reporter Savannah Guthrie as to whether a sitting president could be indicted. While Guthrie repeatedly pressed the question, Pelosi left the answer open, saying that Department of Justice guidance that states a sitting president cannot be indicted was “not conclusive,” but then consistently confusing a sitting president with a president who has left office.
At first, Pelosi seemed to understand the question. Guthrie asked, “Do you believe the special counsel should honor and observe the Department of Justice guidance that states a sitting president cannot be indicted?”
Pelosi responded, “I do not think that is conclusive. No, I do not.”
Guthrie, determined to get Pelosi on the record that President Trump could be indicted, followed by querying, “Do you think it’s possible that Special Counsel Mueller could, legally, indict a sitting president?”
Pelosi evaded, “Let’s just see what Mueller does. Let’s spend our time on getting results for the American people.”
Guthrie, still on the prowl, “As you well know, there is long-standing Department of Justice guidance that states a sitting president should not be indicted, but it is not the law.”
Pelosi, showing she didn’t understand what a “sitting president” was: “I don’t agree with that. That’s not the law. Everything indicates that a president can be indicted after he is no longer president of the United States.”