The US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), and her husband, Paul Pelosi, live in San Francisco, and according to suspicious mainstream media news stories, their home’s security is so lax that a bizarre break-in and attack occurred there lately.
Just days before the midterm elections, news of the attack has captivated the attention of both the left and the right. Joe Biden, a Democrat, is taking advantage of the significant interest in the subject and utilizing the media to spread his made-up information about the “threats to Democrats,” punish his political rivals, and blame violent Republican behavior on Democrats.
We now have evidence that the government’s account of the level of protection at the home is untrue, according to the neighbors.
“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband, Paul Pelosi, had very tight security at their home and it has one former neighbor stunned that a break-in could happen at the house.” according to Carmine Sabia’s report for the Conservative Brief.
According to the former neighbor Marjorie Campbell, security measures caused neighbors’ laptops to get scrambled, and if a glass object shattered, an alert was sent off and the police were called right away, according to The Daily Mail. She was shocked to learn that Paul Pelosi had to phone 911 himself to summon police after David DePape broke into his home and assaulted him.
The 66-year-old stated, “There were black cars outside that house, particularly up on Normandie Terrace, all of the time,”.
The security, according to Gavin DeBecker, who oversaw security for CEO of Amazon Jeff Bezos, astounded him.
“There is absolutely no security assigned to the Pelosi house. There is security provided by the US Capitol Police for the Speaker of the House personally, with her when she travels or appears publicly, but no security is provided for spouses or family of members of Congress. So, there was no security to get around,” he claimed.
“I don’t know if a security system was on or not, but it appears not,” he said.
“I think it is likely that Paul Pelosi will receive some official protection for a time,” he stated. “They also have the ability to hire security on their own, by which I mean they have the financial ability.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The Department of Justice issued a press release on the suspect and the charges.
“A California man was charged today with assault and attempted kidnapping in violation of federal law in connection with the break-in at the residence of Nancy and Paul Pelosi in San Francisco on Friday,” the department said.
“According to the complaint, David Wayne DePape, 42, of Richmond, was arrested on Friday inside the Pelosi residence by San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) police officers responding to a 911 call from Paul Pelosi, husband of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Paul Pelosi later described to police that he had been asleep when DePape, whom he had never seen before, entered his bedroom looking for Nancy Pelosi,” it said. CONTINUE READING…