Democrats remain in a fit of rage over the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Nancy Pelosi and other top Democrats have been front and center trying to radicalize their base once Donald Trump names a replacement.
But Pelosi had one bizarre meltdown during a softball interview.
The state of mind for Democrats since the election of Donald Trump has been an unbroken chain of rage and hysteria.
But the death of Ginsburg might’ve truly sent them over the edge.
Even so-called mainstream Democrats are openly talking about packing the Supreme Court, a radical move that Ginsburg herself opposed.
During a softball interview with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, he and Pelosi discussed radical options the Democrats could deploy because they didn’t get their way.
But during the exchange, Pelosi seemed to space out and respond with an incoherent statement:
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— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) September 20, 2020
The corporate press refuses to acknowledge Pelosi’s weird short circuit – it’s like some type of brainwashing mantra from “The Manchurian Candidate.”
Or perhaps Pelosi had “Sunday Morning” by the Velvet Underground on her mind.
Regardless, Pelosi’s glitch underscores the problems Democrats are having.
Joe Biden’s mental acuity has been brought into question after numerous gaffes and would be the oldest president ever inaugurated – and Pelosi is even older than he is.
When the Democrats reclaimed the House in the midterms, Pelosi received mild pushback in her bid to again become Speaker of the House.
Freshman congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other upstart progressives are no fan of Pelosi and the old guard.
She hasn’t done herself any favors with the embarrassing salon incident and Pelosi’s meltdown with Stephanopoulos doesn’t inspire confidence either.
Biden and Pelosi exemplify the so-called moderates of the Democratic Party.
They’re fading fast as the hard-left radicals are seizing more power.
All of the young energy in the party is with the socialist wing.The upstarts want to run to the left flank even if the American people are not behind them.
Biden and Pelosi are trying to thread the needle by appeasing the loud-mouthed socialists without scaring off moderate voters.
Thus far, the tenuous coalition has been held together by “Orange Man Bad” rhetoric, but it isn’t holding the way it once did.
When the Democrats are talking about burning down the entire system and rioting in the streets, Trump’s aggressive style doesn’t seem so jarring for undecided voters and moderate Democrats.