Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is questioning President Trump’s mental stamina.

Which is ironic coming from a woman who is rumored to be off her meds.

In her weekly press briefing, Nancy Pelosi questioned Trumps fitness for office, saying “The president’s fitness for office is something that is being called into question.”

“It takes a certain discipline to be able to prioritize what is important, uh, as we try to bring the country together,” said Pelosi.  “It takes some kind of stamina to keep your thoughts together.”

Yes, this is coming from a woman who in January of this year said Bush was still the President:

The same Nancy Pelosi who refuses to comfort a mom whose son was killed by an illegal alien in a so-called “sanctuary city”.

At a town hall meeting hosted by CNN on January 31, 2017 Pelosi had the following exchange:

“In 2010, one of the illegals slaughtered my son,” said Wilkerson. “He tortured him, he beat him, he tied him up like an animal, and he set him on fire. And I am not a one-story mother. This happens every day. Because there are no laws enforcing the border. We have to start giving American families first.”

The Pelosi response:

“But I do want to say to you, that in our sanctuary cities, our people are not disobeying the law.”

“These are law-abiding citizens,” she said, “it enables them to, to be there without being reported to ICE in case of another crime that they might bear witness to.”

This is the “logic” of Pelosi – to let criminals roam the streets because they might be witness to another criminal’s crime and rat him out.

Who is she referring to as “our people” anyways?

It sure as hell can’t be the illegal immigrants, because they broke the law coming into the U.S.

Some of these illegal immigrants have already been arrested for committing crimes in San Francisco, but local police do not notify ICE, nor do they honor requests by ICE to hold these criminals until ICE can take them into custody for deportation.

Come on, Nancy Pelosi, tell Kate Steinle’s family that the illegal immigrant who murdered their daughter was not disobeying the law.

Tell them how this murderer was a LAW ABIDING CITIZEN.

No, her murderer was neither law abiding, nor a citizen.

And in February, Pelosi gave a speech attacking GOP attempts to repeal ObamaCare.

She recalled telling her fellow Democrats that the Affordable Care Act was going to be a major achievement for government programs and would “stand there with Social Security and Medicare and Medicare,” apparently meaning to say “Medicaid.”

While Pelosi attempted to underscore bi-partisan support for Medicaid, she said, “Don’t take it from me. John Kasich, the governor of Illinois said, ‘Thank God for Medicaid.’”

Kasich is governor of Ohio.

But most remarkable was her claim that the process of drafting ObamaCare was the “most open process ever.”

This was the same woman who said “We have to pass the bill to find out what is in it.”

And the petty sniping continues.

As CNN reports, she called President Trump “a jerk boyfriend”:

“House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is telling her rank-and-file members that she is confident a good portion of President Donald Trump’s voters will eventually turn on him — and Democrats just have to wait it out.

She’s using a colorful analogy to make her point — comparing Trump to a friend’s boyfriend who is a “jerk.”

“The way I told my members: It’s like telling your friend the guy she’s dating is a jerk. You can’t tell her that. She has to find out for herself. You can give her clues and then eventually one thing will lead to another, she’ll come to her conclusion.

But if you tell her right up front, you’ll lose a friend. So we’re not interested in losing any friends. Let them find out,” Pelosi recounted during a small briefing for reporters in her Capitol suite Tuesday.

“They made a judgment and they’re not willing to walk away from their own judgment,” she said.

Pelosi did, however, make a sweeping judgment about educated women who voted for Trump rather than Hillary Clinton.

Matt Gorman, a spokesman for the National Republican Congressional Committee, blasted Pelosi’s comments Tuesday evening,

“Leave it to a San Francisco liberal to belittle and condescend to the 63 million voters who called for real change last November,” Gorman said. “Pelosi’s comments underscore just how hard it’ll be for this out-of-touch party to compete across the country in 2018.”

Beyond that widely reported incident, Pelosi said Trump worked very hard in the meeting to charm lawmakers, especially Democrats, though she conceded Trump worked harder on Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer because he probably knows she is a “lost cause.”

“He uses the charm offensive — which is offensive, very offensive,” said Pelosi.”