Pelosi Mixes Metaphors: You Can’t ‘Cry Wolf in a Crowded Theater’

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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) mixed her metaphors in an interview Wednesday, telling a reporter that someone "can't yell wolf in a crowded theater."

"The Constitution does not say that a person can yell wolf in a crowded theater," Pelosi said during an interview with KRON.

She apparently meant to say, "yell fire in a crowded theater."

Pelosi also confused President Donald Trump with former President George W. Bush when she sat down with KTVU back in mid-July. In June, the Washington Free Beacon created a compilation of Pelosi confusing the two men.

Charles Russell

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Charles Russell is a Media Analyst for the Washington Free Beacon. Before joining the Beacon he worked at America Rising and has spent several years on multiple campaigns. Charles can be reached at russell@freebeacon.com, his twitter handle is @charleswrussell.

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