Nancy Pelosi Struggles To Say ‘Epidemiology’

Written by Martin Walsh

Something is seriously wrong with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

After her latest press conference, where she attempted to smear President Donald Trump and act as if she is calling the shots, Pelosi made the perfect case for term limits.

Conservative actor James Woods ripped into the House speaker after her press conference in which she reportedly couldn’t put a “coherent” sentence together.

Woods said in a tweet, “I love these ridiculous clowns who contend they can do better than President Trump. This booze-and-Botox besotted old bag can’t manage her dentures, much less a pandemic. Between her and Biden, they can barely manage to put a coherent sentence together.”

Woods described Pelosi’s action in very harsh terms, saying, “Can they be any more putrid examples of pure evil than they already are?”

While speaking to the press, Pelosi tried telling Americans that Democrats are on top of the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. — she just had trouble saying it.

On two different occasions, the California Democrat tried to say “epidemiology,” but she just didn’t know how to.

“To understand the ep— epi— e— epidi— (gibberish) the epilogical stuff— the spread of the virus,” she said with a laugh.

Minutes later, she had another go and admitted failure sooner.

“It’s the only way you’re going to learn about the epideomy— how this is spread.”

She was attempting to tell Americans to get tested. Maybe she should, too?


As noted in the transcript from her office, minutes before she was unable to say “epidemiology,” she seemed to disagree with Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Trump administration on their travel ban to combat the coronavirus.

Pelosi was asked if it was a wise move to block most travelers in Europe from coming to the U.S. for the next month.

In part, Pelosi said: “It’s just strange because they’re saying it’s because it’s easy to travel among these countries, but they’re separate from the U.K.  You can just get in the Chunnel and you’ll be in the U.K.  So, again, it’s a decision they made.  It has its ramifications. We’ll see whether it’s worth the trouble.”

She seemed to be hinting that she disagreed with the move, which was suggested by Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the spokesman for the Trump administration regarding the coronavirus.

Beyond that, the Trump administration continues to take swift action.

Trump delivered an address from the Oval Office last Wednesday night and detailed a series of actions his administration has taken and plans to take in order to combat the coronavirus.

Trump announced his decision to suspend all travel from the European Union for the next 30 days.

“We will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next 30 days,” Trump said.

The president noted that the European Union failed to ban travel into their country from areas affected by the coronavirus.

He said there would be exemptions for Americans traveling from Europe who had been screened, as well as from the United Kingdom.

The president also declared a national emergency over the weekend, which will provide states and local communities more power to address issues they may be facing rather than waiting on Congress to do something.

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