This was a good week for Democrats, and Rep. Nancy Pelosi apparently went bar hopping to celebrate.
On Wednesday night, the California Democrat was caught on camera by Gateway Pundit reporter Cassandra Fairbanks partying at a bar in Washington, D.C. after President Trump seemed to cave to Democrat demands that a border wall won’t be funded.
Pelosi had attended a going away event for Rep. Joe Crowley, the 10-term lawmaker who was defeated in his New York primary earlier this year by socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In the clip, Pelosi can be seen dancing and singing while Crowley plays the guitar.
Pelosi apparently turns into a bad dancer when she’s overtaken with excitement.
It’s unclear if she was just excited for the Christmas holidays or had some liquid courage (or both) on Wednesday night, but this isn’t the first time she was caught on camera busting a move.
After Democrats won back control of the U.S. House of Representatives last month, Pelosi descended into a cringeworthy dance after shouting to the media that America will be a better place to live now that Democrats control the lower chamber.
How hip-with-it is Speaker Nancy Pelosi?
Watch this smooth dance move straight out of 'Grease' pic.twitter.com/aaO6hvEsta
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 7, 2018
Pelosi living life and crashing a bar on Wednesday follows an absolutely mind-boggling news conference last week, where she slurred her words and could hardly stay focused.
While speaking to the media for less than 18-minutes, she had a difficult time verbalizing her words and awkwardly stared about reporters on numerous occasions when asked basic questions.
“Its a bill that, uh,” Pelosi began, with her eye twitching when trying to explain trade policies for farmers. “Is much needed for our farmers and ranchers.”
Moments later, Pelosi appeared to forget which chamber of Congress she serves in.
“I think we only had 47 votes against it in— yeah,” she said, pausing, then adding, “in the House of Representatives.”
She then had to correct herself numerous times for using an incorrect word to describe her conversation with President Donald Trump last week about funding for the border wall.
“No I haven’t spoken to him since he called the other day, which was a very amicable— amicable, uh, conversation— amiable, I guess you would say, not amicable,” she said, slurring and looking all over the place.
The Speaker-to-be finished out her speech with an epic brain freeze and bewildered look, before letting out a strange laugh.