“Something is wrong there,” Pelosi ranted about Trump’s “mental state.” “It’s not on the level. And the Republicans who condone it are accomplices to it. And as I’ve said, they’re going to have doggie doo on their shoes for the rest of their lives.” Reacting to audio of Trump saying he wanted to “play down” the coronavirus, Pelosi said, “What he was actually saying is, I don’t want anybody to think anything like this happened on my watch, so I’m not going to call any more attention to it, it’s a hoax, we expect a miracle, it’s going to go away magically.” No, what he was actually saying is that he didn’t want the American people to panic.
“Something’s very wrong with this…” Pelosi blathered. “I just don’t know why there isn’t some kind of intervention by those who are surrounding him professionally, or any goodwill on the part of his own family, to say something is very wrong here, we have to have an intervention for the good of our father, Donald Trump, and for the good of our country.”
To deflect attention from their own senile, empty-suit presidential nominee, Pelosi and her increasingly desperate fellow Democrats need to paint Trump as unhinged and out of control. It’s not working.