Is Nancy Pelosi ready for the psych ward?

Does she need an exorcist?

Or do you think she has really been hearing from the spirits of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Alice Paul at the White House, as she claims?

Those are really the choices we have to consider for the woman who told the nation we had to pass the Obamacare bill to find out what was in it. Why she just simply didn’t channel the info about what was in the bill from her extra-worldly sources I don’t know.

But, in case you missed it, here’s what Pelosi said about her supernatural experience at the White House a few years ago, when it was occupied by George W. Bush: “He’s (Bush) saying something to the effect of we’re so glad to welcome you here, congratulations and I know you’ll probably have some different things to say about what is going on – which is correct. But, as he was saying this, he was fading and this other thing was happening to me.

“My chair was getting crowded in. I swear this happened, never happened before, it never happened since. My chair was getting crowded in and I couldn’t figure out what it was, it was like this. And then I realized Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul, Sojourner Truth, you name it, they were all in that chair, they were. More than I named and I could hear them say: ‘At last we have a seat at the table.’ And then they were gone.”

If you think I’m making this up, please take the time to watch the video.

Furthermore, she didn’t tell this story once. She has told it repeatedly. It was such a landmark, mystical experience for Pelosi, she recounted it June 6 during an event marking her 25 years of what is euphemistically called “public service.”

In 2001, Pelosi spoke those words in Indiana at the annual Jefferson Jackson dinner with the Monroe County Democratic Party.

She has also told the story at colleges, and her website contains a transcripts of the story as she told it in her 2002 commencement address at San Francisco State University, her 2005 address at Goucher College in Baltimore, her 2005 speech to the American Association of University Women and her 2010 graduation address at Mills College in Oakland, Calif.

Just for the record, all of the women cited by Pelosi are icons of the feminist movement – though history shows many of them would have rejected outright the radical notions of modern feminism. For instance, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were strong anti-abortion crusaders.

So what do you think of Pelosi’s ghostly encounter?

Do you think the spirits of these women actually visited her and whispered in Pelosi’s ear on this occasion?

Or do you think some synapses are misfiring in Pelosi’s brain?

Or did she miss her meds that day?

Or should she seek psychiatric help?

It’s considered a very serious thing when people hear voices. It’s often a sign of a very serious mental or emotional breakdown.

Has anyone asked Pelosi if she checked herself in for a medical examination as a result of this experience?

Or are we to just accept as fact that the disembodied spirits of long-dead women heroes all decided to sit in Pelosi’s chair at the same time when she was visiting the White House?

Had Pelosi had anything to drink that day?

These are the kinds of questions reporters should be asking her – the former speaker of the House of Representatives and the current House minority leader.

It’s quite possible she’s under demonic delusion, given the circumstances she relates. That’s a serious thing. It’s not just a laughing matter.

I’ve always believed Pelosi was in serious need of help – I just didn’t realize the kind of help she needed until now.


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