Nancy Pelosi remains one of the most opinionated leaders of the left.

The former Speaker of the House often fights against conservative policies, and is usually one of the first to speak out about President Trump.

But Pelosi recently made a decision during a speech on the House floor, and her comments will leave you wondering, has Pelosi lost her mind?

The anti-right Minority Leader of the House of Representatives started her speech off by praying for President Trump’s success as President.

Breitbart News reported:

“I pray for Donald Trump, that his presidency will be successful and that his family will be safe,” Pelosi said of President Donald Trump.

“I have been probably the target of more, political target of probably more threats than anyone perhaps other than the President of the United States Barack Obama. And so, I pray for Barack Obama, and now I continue to pray for him,” Pelosi said. “And I pray for Donald Trump, that his presidency will be successful and that his family will be safe,” she said.

Less than one month into Trump’s presidency, Pelosi said that said while she has not seen a completed case for his impeachment, a “very scientific, methodical way” was being created to help the Democrats achieve this aim.

On Monday, Pelosi predicted that Trump would “self-impeach.” But now, just a few days later, she is throwing her support behind the president in the wake of this tragedy in Alexandria.

Her contradictory attitudes are confusing, to say the least.

After the recent attack on Congressman Scalise, it seems there is a shift in political alliances in Washington as a result.

President Trump called for peace between the two parties in alliance with the spirit of the Congressional baseball game, and Pelosi jumped on the bandwagon almost immediately.

Breitbart News reported:

Earlier in her speech on the House floor on Wednesday, Pelosi said that “we speak for each other in saying, we send our thoughts and prayers to our colleague, Steve Scalise.” She continued:

Personally, we have our Italian-American connection so as soon as I heard his name, I was filled with concern, as I would be for anyone here. But we had that special connection, and so our hopes and prayers — and as I said to the Speaker [Paul Ryan], I’ll be asking you every five minutes, ‘How is Steve coming along?’

Pelosi added that she prays “frequently, and certainly every Sunday.” She added:

When this team was on the field practicing with such brotherhood — I don’t know if you have any sisters on your team; we have two on our team — for this person to take this action was so cowardly, so cowardly. We cannot let that be a victory for the assailant or anyone who would think that way. We will use this occasion as one that brings us together and not separates us further.

Pelosi previously tweeted a similar call for peace, though her motivations are unclear as she is usually the first to cause conflict.

What are your thoughts?

Do you think Nancy Pelosi is trying to gain political favor by calling for peace, or is she simply making an attempt for attention?

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