1. Speaker Nancy Pelosi walks onto stage, shakes hands with Gloria Duffy at Commonwealth Club of California event
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House:
"There is a false video that the Republicans are putting out on Facebook. Now this is self-serving of me to say, but I say it because I don't want other - women say to me sometime I would run but I couldn't subject my family to what you go through. So we need you to run. So we have to get past that, but when something like Facebook says I know this is false - it's a lie - but we're showing it anyway. Well to me it says two things: One - I was giving them the benefit of the doubt on Russia. But clearly they - I thought it was unwitting but clearly they wittingly were accomplices and enablers of false information to go across Facebook."
3. Pelosi and Duffy stand up and audience stands at end of event
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is slamming Facebook for not removing a doctored video that has spread widely on the social network in which she appears to slur her words.
The altered video had been slowed down, giving the false appearance that Pelosi was drunk, ill or otherwise impaired. Facebook did not respond to messages seeking comment Wednesday.
In an interview last week with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Facebook executive Monika Bickert defended the company's decision, noting that users are being told that the video is false when they view or share it.
Pelosi says she is no longer giving Facebook the benefit of doubt that it is "unwittingly" spreading false information. At a Commonwealth Club of California event in San Francisco on Wednesday, she said Facebook is serving an accomplice and enabler of "false information."