(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Grabbing the spotlight of ridicule from Vice President Kamala Harris is no easy task, but U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is trying her best, recently becoming a subject of international scrutiny and getting flack from Australian reporters.
Bolt, an Australian news show, featured a segment of Pelosi giving a briefing and invited commentator Daisy Cousens to discuss.
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“If Biden can’t go on, yes, he’d be replaced by Harris, but next in line is [Pelosi], who’s 81 or something,” said the show’s anchor.
“Can you explain to me what [she] even with help of her amazing arm movements, which are so distracting, what she’s actually saying in this briefing with journalists last week?”
The ensuing clip of Pelosi babbling, rambling and stumbling through an incoherent rant, left both newscasters perplexed.
“With so many people those are the best three they can come up with?” Cousens said. “Look what they said about the previous administration: they said that Trump was horrible and that he was crazy and that he was racist and that he was a terrible leader.
“They promised that they would do better and that they would be the adults in the room and that everything would be normal and lovely when they got into power,” she continued.
“Now they’ve got into power and rather than improving on Trump, you’ve got a president who’s completely off with the pixies, a vice president who the very best thing about her is that she can do a bad French accent, and given that clip of Nancy Pelosi you have a speaker of the house who apparently doesn’t know her Arthur from her Martha.”
This segment came right on the tail of another questioning Harris’s qualifications. The Sky News Network (which hosts Bolt) has mocked Harris relentelessly, calling her a “regular chucklehead” and “cackling nincompoop.”