Pelosi Very Confused: You ’Can’t Shout Wolf in a Crowded Theater’

To her credit, it’s the same number of letters as fire.

Nancy Pelosi has been very confused this year. She keeps calling President Trump “President Bush” and continues to struggle with her vocabulary.

The latest example happened in an interview with KRON when she “mixed her metaphors,” as The Washington Free Beacon reported, when talking about what the First Amendment does and doesn’t cover when it comes to free speech.

"The Constitution does not say that a person can shout — yell wolf in a crowded theater,” Pelosi said, stumbling. “If you are endangering people, then you don’t have a constitutional right to do that.”

Perhaps yelling “wolf” in a theater could be frightening for Alaskans, but everywhere else, “fire” is the magic word.

After the laughter subsides from this incredible gaffe, click here for more proof of why we need term limits.

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