If liberals have their way, a woman who regularly acts in a bizarre fashion could be the next president through impeachment proceedings.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in Greenville, South Carolina on Saturday and no less than four times referred to the location as “Greenboro.”

“So it is my honor as Speaker of the House to bring greetings from the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives to the Democrats of South Carolina, and to be here in Greenboro,” Pelosi told party activists.

After marring her former colleague John Spratt’s name, the House Speaker had to look up her current one’s.

“So we acknowledge the contributions of so many South Carolinians have made to the greatness of our country. I want to, uh, talk then about a newcomer, John Cunning— uh, excuse me,” she continued, reading through her notes, “Congressman…your brand newest one, Joe Cunningham.”

After flubbing another attendee’s name, she said, “We believe there is a role, a public sector role to improve the lives of the American people. We don’t want any government more than we need, but we do need— want the government that we do need.”

Pelosi had trouble saying “presenting— pres— protecting our Dreamers.”

She then had trouble with the century of the Constitution’s ratification.

“On September 17th, a very long time ago,” she said to laughs from some who misinterpreted her statement as sarcasm, “no, not only just this September 17th, in the 19th century, in the 17th— 18th century,” she continued.

“Our founders, they had temporal markers, even Lincoln, he said ‘Four score and seven years ago.’ Um, Thomas Paine, ‘When in the course of human events,’ our Declaration of Independence— well, that is when in the course of human events, the Declaration. Thomas Paine, ‘These are the times that try men’s souls.’ All, they kept talking about time,” Pelosi struggled.

Lincoln wasn’t a founding father.

Pelosi also referenced Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin.

Pelosi went on to refer to “Greenboro” another three times.

During the appearance, the House Speaker made the case for Trump’s impeachment.

There are some who have a strategy to make her his replacement.

The Washington Examiner reports:

MSNBC contributor and former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks presented a way to remove President Trump from office and pave the way for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to assume the Oval Office: impeach Vice President Mike Pence first and offer the president a deal.

Joining the network’s AM Joy on Saturday, Wine-Banks was asked if Congress should look to impeach Trump first or turn their eyes to Pence instead. In response, she suggested going after Pence first and giving Trump the option to either replace him before being impeached himself — so that a Republican can remain in the White House — or decline and let Pelosi take over.

“You could impeach Pence first,” Wine-Banks stated. “The problem is that Donald Trump then has to name his replacement. But I think that maybe a deal could be struck where he was told, ‘If you don’t make a replacement, then Nancy Pelosi does become president. And so, you are going to be impeached and convicted. You need to make this replacement so that the proper party remains in power.'”