Nancy Pelosi’s Husband Severely Beaten With Hammer After Break-In At Couple’s San Francisco Home

After an early Friday break-in at Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home, Paul, Paul’s husband, and Democratic House Speaker was brutally beaten with a hammer. According to the Associated Press, the suspect shouted “Where’s Nancy?” The Associated Press reported that the suspect shouted “Where is Nancy?” “Before the attack.
But what about the details?

According to the AP, Paul Pelosi (82) was subject to blunt-force trauma to his head and body. Two sources familiar with the investigation spoke anonymously to the AP.

According to the outlet doctors were treating Pelosi’s severe swelling and bruising. Drew Hammill was Nancy Pelosi’s deputy chief of staff and stated that he would make a full recovery.

According the AP, the suspect remains in San Francisco police custody. The Capitol Police which protect congressional leaders stated that Nancy Pelosi had been in Washington at the time of attack with her guard detail.

Two people who were familiar with the case confirmed to the AP that David Depape was the suspect.

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According the AP, Hammill said that the motive behind the attack was being investigated. According to the outlet, Capitol Police reported that both the FBI and San Francisco Police are also investigating the incident.

The attack took place 11 days before the midterm elections in November. According to the AP crime and public safety are Americans’ top priorities.

Pro-abortion activists met outside Pelosi’s house in May to accuse the House speaker of the likely overturning Roe v Wade.

“We’re here because Nancy Pelosi and the entire Democratic Party leadership have been complicit, complicit with the fascist Republican side which wants to abolish not only abortion rights, but also gay marriage rights. A protest leader attacked her bullhorn.

Progressive activists were furious at the failure of Pelosi to extend a national moratorium on evictions before the congressional recess. They protested outside the House and issued an “eviction notice” to the House speaker. ”

Christin Evans, an activist outside the house stated that “the main reason we’re here is because she has beautiful property in Pacific Heights in San Francisco. It shows how out of touch she is with people who are facing eviction.” “We wanted to let her know that we were calling on her to call Congress to vote to extend the eviction ban. ”

On New Year’s Day 2021, leftist messages were also spray-painted on the Pelosi residence. On the driveway was a severed head from a pig. Spray-painted graffiti read: “Cancel Rent!” “UBI!” “We Want Everything!” ”

Paul Pelosi was arrested for DUI and drunk driving following a collision in Napa wine country. Pelosi’s blood alcohol level was 0.08 or higher in May.

Pelosi was taken to Napa County Detention Center on misdemeanor charges. Pelosi was released on $5,000 bail on Aug. 3 and then pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges on Aug. 23. He was sentenced for five consecutive days in prison.

The sentence was reduced by a judge, who took away two days Pelosi had already spent in jail and gave Pelosi one day of good behavior. Pelosi was then ordered to work for eight hours instead of spending an additional day in prison. Fox News Digital reported.

Paul Pelosi purchased stock in a semiconductor firm worth millions of dollars in June ahead of the Senate vote on a bill to subsidize billion-dollar semiconductor companies.

Later, a reporter asked Nancy Pelosi if her husband had ever traded stock based on the information that she provided. The House speaker said no and quit abruptly her weekly news conference.