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Nancy Pelosi loves the idea of impeaching Trump, but then Joy Reid asks her to tip her hand

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Nancy Pelosi had a wrestling match with the English language on Sunday and English whooped her.

During an interview with MSNBC’s Joy Ann Reid the House Minority leader called an ad that promoted the impeachment of President Donald Trump “great.”

But when Reid asked her of she would move to impeach him if she becomes House Speaker again, Pelosi had issues formulating an intelligible idea.

“You know, I’ve served a long time,” she said. “on the intel— ethics committee in the Congress. It’s one of the dues that I’ve paid to the caucus and it’s only about the facts and the law.

“If he’s broken the law, you would think there would be a bipartisan move to do that,” she continued.

But then she seemed to no longer has the ability to form coherent sentences.

“But because we don’t like his policy and we don’t like his attitude— well, don’t let me go into all the things we don’t like about the president on a Sunday morning,” she said.

“Uh, uh, that’s, you know, if people have the facts, that’s why I would like us to have an independent, uh, commission. We have an investigation within the Justice Department. We have an investigation within the Congress. We should have an outside investigation to what, as to what happened,” she added.

Reid pressed, asking if Mueller finds collusion between the president and Russia would that be enough for her to fight for impeachment.

A stammering Pelosi again got bodyslammed by English.

“Well, it— first of all, what, what does mother— where does Mueller take that. Uh, but his, uh, his, uh, burden of proof is different than what it would be in the Congress of the United States and people should know that— that he has, uh, and maybe, uh, he could go to a criminal investigation of some of the people he’s investigating,” she stammered.

“What we’re doing is saying— that what the measure of behavior, the Constitution of the United States, high crimes and misdemeanors,” she added.

Easy for you to say, Nancy.

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