It is dreadful when innocent people perish. Especially younger individuals who are just beginning their lives. When politicians are accountable for the deaths of innocents, it is infuriating.
We just heard that the brother of Nancy Pelosi’s husband was murdered by her husband’s drunk driving. Although he is not a politician, several political families appear to have a high mortality rate.
It was found that Pelosi’s husband killed his elder brother in California 65 years before being jailed for DUI.
Local press accounts at the time indicate that Pelosi was 16 years old when he crashed his automobile in San Mateo on February 22, 1957, according to the Daily Mail.
Officer Thomas Ganley of the Highway Patrol stated at the time that Paul mentioned his elder brother’s advice to slow down shortly before he crashed.
Two persons were killed in a vehicle accident involving Wisconsin Democratic Minority Leader Janet Bewley on Friday.
Bewley was really on the phone with a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter when she pulled into the path of another vehicle as she exited a beach entry. A 27-year-old lady and her 5-year-old daughter were tragically died.
Bewley revealed to the reporter minutes before the accident that she underwent cataract surgery the day before, compounding the problem.
She was driving while speaking with a journalist and had recently undergone eye surgery. In a number of states, it is unlawful to use a phone without a hands-free device.
“According to authorities in Ashland, Wisconsin, Bewley, a Democrat who represents a district in the state’s northwest, moved into the path of a car driven by Alyssa Ortman, 27, from Pennsylvania. When Ortman’s vehicle collided with Bewley’s, it turned and collided with a vehicle driven by Jodi Munson, 45. In accordance with USA Today
“At the collision site, Ortman’s 5-year-old daughter was pronounced dead. According to authorities, Ortman was transferred to a neighboring hospital where she subsequently died,” the story stated.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Ben Baker, a reporting intern for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, part of the USA TODAY Network, was on the phone with Bewley at the time of the crash on Friday afternoon for an interview he had arranged with her staff about this fall’s elections for the Legislature.
Shortly after the interview began, Bewley told Baker she had cataract eye surgery the day before. Minutes later, she stopped talking mid-sentence and the call went silent. When Baker asked Bewley if she was still on the line, she sounded concerned. When Baker asked if she was OK, she said, “Yeah, I’m OK. This is not a good accident.” CONTINUE READING…