Numerous ideas exist regarding Paul Pelosi and the purported hammer attack at the home of he and his wife, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
The one that personally makes the most sense to me was shared on Twitter by a member who was a police officer.
“So the story I am getting… Paul Pelosi meets David DePape at a local gay bar in SF. Pelosi brings DePape home and refused to give him the drugs that were promised after a round of hammering. A dispute ensues. Case closed.”
Another commenter added:
“If you’d have an intruder in your house ( god forbid), how would you know his name?????”
The initial poster’s response was:
“and why would the intruder be in his underwear… I was a police officer for years, never seen it. And I seen some weird shit.”
Of course, the liars Democrats claim that it was because Republicans said that they were deliberately ruining the nation.
It has recently come to light that the alleged hammer attacker, who is currently in the country illegally, faces deportation.
According to the Daily Mail, “David DePape, 42, is a Canadian citizen who was in the US illegally before he stormed the $6 million California home Nancy Pelosi shares with her 82-year-old husband.”
DePape’s deportation will be sought after the criminal prosecution against him is over, the Department of Homeland Security has officially stated.
He entered the country legitimately in March 2008 via Mexico and was permitted entry as a “temporary visitor” on a vacation.
DePape, though, eventually made an unlawful home in California.
New statements from his child predator ex-wife, who said DePape had paranoia and “thought he was Jesus,” coincided with the development.
‘‘U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) lodged an immigration detainer on Canadian national David DePape with San Francisco County Jail, November 1, following his October 28 arrest.” DHS authorities stated, confirming that he faces deportation.
When a deportable criminal is freed, local and state law enforcement are sent detainer requests asking them to alert ICE.
DePape can still be found guilty and imprisoned in the US because, in accordance with the law, he won’t be deported until the criminal process is over.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The relatives of DePape say he was born in British Columbia and grew up there.
In March 2008, he was admitted to the country legally as a ‘temporary visitor’ traveling for pleasure through Mexico.
As part of a legal crossing between Tijuana and San Diego County, he entered at the San Ysidro port of entry.
Temporary visitors from Canada are usually allowed to stay only six months at a time. CONTINUE READING…