Nancy Pelosi’s husband arrested for DUI in California

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OK, first, if you don't know the difference between the New York Post and the New York Times. . . well, you're stupid.

Second, if you don't know the difference between a Washington Post article and a Washington Post op-ed. . . well, you're ignorant.
B.S. the Washington Post articles are all spin and no substance , kinda like their opinion pieces . But you already know that .
 

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And if you don't even know that the op-ed section is not "letters to the editor," you are supremely ignorant.
Actually, it is. Stands for Opinions/ Editorial. Maybe you should go investigate what newspapers are. Real ones, not lefty rags where journalism is punished.
 
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Nah, I don't waste my time on the ineducable.
I sometimes waste my time on the ignorant.

The Washington Post's stable of editorial writers includes George Will, Henry Olsen, Marc Thiessen, Jennifer Rubin, Gary Abernathy, and Megan McArdle.

As well as, unsurprisingly, plenty of writers you would consider SOSHULIST COMMIES! And the editorials by the "Editorial Board." And guest editorials from every source and political orientation.

Each of the editorialists has 2-3 pieces per week, on whatever subject and from whatever viewpoint they choose.

Look 'em up. Or remain ignorant. Your choice.
 

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I sometimes waste my time on the ignorant.

The Washington Post's stable of editorial writers includes George Will, Henry Olsen, Marc Thiessen, Jennifer Rubin, Gary Abernathy, and Megan McArdle.

As well as, unsurprisingly, plenty of writers you would consider SOSHULIST COMMIES! And the editorials by the "Editorial Board." And guest editorials from every source and political orientation.

Each of the editorialists has 2-3 pieces per week, on whatever subject and from whatever viewpoint they choose.

Look 'em up. Or remain ignorant. Your choice.
Read them and become ignorant . Your choice .
 

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When you're ignorant, your best two options are to keep your hole shut, or to ask questions.
Considering many of your comments (especially legal ones) i'd say you're doing yourself no favors admitting you actually know that. And yet behave differently :)

At the end of the day you obviosuly couldn't find actual fault with his argument. It in fact DOES take the dexterity of a honey-badger to try to twist a guy who's a nudist advocate living in a house selling hemp and putting up black lives matter posters into some sort of uber-nazi.

And it really doesn't matter WHAT paper that's in.
 

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NBC caught scrubbing and deleting Paul Pelosi story

NBC reported on the Today Show what happened when the police arrived, and the bizarre questions it brought up, however NBC then scrubbed the story off all their websites. Fox aired the NBC story that was deleted with its own questions on the deletion and scrubbing of the story.

https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRxykJV2/

This story is something that is going to stick around now. The coverup, lies and propaganda now on the coverup is a larger story then what actually happened at the home.

David DePapas blog which purported him as a MAGA blogger and Jan 6th conspirator, vanished off the internet after it identifed the blog was created after the event but before his name released.
 
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David DePapas blog which purported him as a MAGA blogger and Jan 6th conspirator, vanished off the internet after it identifed the blog was created after the event but before his name released.
Wow. If that's true that's got some pretty serious ramifications. That would mean someone leaked info to someone who was willing to create that kind of fraud. It was pretty obvious from the beginning he was no 'right wing' fanantic but to go so far as to create fake blogs etc.... wow. The left has completely lost it entirely.
 
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Suspect in Paul Pelosi attack indicted on federal charge
Author of the article:Associated Press
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Publishing date:Nov 09, 2022 • 16 hours ago • 2 minute read • 13 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — A man already in custody in last month’s attack on the husband of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of assault and attempted kidnapping.


The charges against David DePape stem from the Oct. 28 break-in at the Pelosis’ San Francisco home are the same as but supersede those in an earlier federal complaint that was filed on October 31.


When officers’ responded to Paul Pelosi’s 911 call, they found Paul Pelosi and DePape fighting over a hammer, according to the six–page indictment. When an officer directed DePape to drop the hammer he responded, “ummm nope,” before forcefully swinging it at Paul Pelosi, the indictment said.

The exchange lasted about 15 seconds, and left Pelosi and DePape lying on the floor with blood swelling around Paul Pelosi’s head, the indictment said.

DePape, 42, of Richmond, a San Francisco suburb, was arrested inside the Pelosi residence. When Paul Pelosi called 911, he told officers that he was sleeping when a man he had never seen before entered his bedroom looking for Nancy Pelosi.


Officers later found that a glass door to the back porch had been broken. They recovered a roll of tape, white rope, a second hammer, a pair of rubber and cloth gloves, and zip ties.

The assault roiled the political world days before the hotly contested midterm elections, the first nationwide election since the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol. Threats against lawmakers and election officials have been at all-time highs and authorities have issued warning about rising extremism in the U.S.

DePape’s public defender, Adam Lipson, did not immediately respond to telephone and emailed messages. He last week entered a not guilty plea to related state charges filed against DePape, a fringe activist drawn to conspiracy theories. A San Francisco judge ordered DePape held without bail on the state charges of attempted murder, burglary and elder abuse, and he also has been placed on a federal hold in the case.

He was indicted on federal charges including assault upon an immediate family member of a U.S. official with the intent to retaliate against the official on account of the performance of official duties. A second charge alleges he attempted to kidnap a U.S. official on account of the performance of official duties.

The first charge carries a maximum sentence of 30 years in federal prison and the second a maximum 20 years in prison.
 

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Suspect in Paul Pelosi attack indicted on federal charge
Author of the article:Associated Press
Associated Press
Publishing date:Nov 09, 2022 • 16 hours ago • 2 minute read • 13 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — A man already in custody in last month’s attack on the husband of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of assault and attempted kidnapping.


The charges against David DePape stem from the Oct. 28 break-in at the Pelosis’ San Francisco home are the same as but supersede those in an earlier federal complaint that was filed on October 31.


When officers’ responded to Paul Pelosi’s 911 call, they found Paul Pelosi and DePape fighting over a hammer, according to the six–page indictment. When an officer directed DePape to drop the hammer he responded, “ummm nope,” before forcefully swinging it at Paul Pelosi, the indictment said.

The exchange lasted about 15 seconds, and left Pelosi and DePape lying on the floor with blood swelling around Paul Pelosi’s head, the indictment said.

DePape, 42, of Richmond, a San Francisco suburb, was arrested inside the Pelosi residence. When Paul Pelosi called 911, he told officers that he was sleeping when a man he had never seen before entered his bedroom looking for Nancy Pelosi.


Officers later found that a glass door to the back porch had been broken. They recovered a roll of tape, white rope, a second hammer, a pair of rubber and cloth gloves, and zip ties.

The assault roiled the political world days before the hotly contested midterm elections, the first nationwide election since the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol. Threats against lawmakers and election officials have been at all-time highs and authorities have issued warning about rising extremism in the U.S.

DePape’s public defender, Adam Lipson, did not immediately respond to telephone and emailed messages. He last week entered a not guilty plea to related state charges filed against DePape, a fringe activist drawn to conspiracy theories. A San Francisco judge ordered DePape held without bail on the state charges of attempted murder, burglary and elder abuse, and he also has been placed on a federal hold in the case.

He was indicted on federal charges including assault upon an immediate family member of a U.S. official with the intent to retaliate against the official on account of the performance of official duties. A second charge alleges he attempted to kidnap a U.S. official on account of the performance of official duties.

The first charge carries a maximum sentence of 30 years in federal prison and the second a maximum 20 years in prison.

The amazing thing about this idiot is that there are people who think he was Pelosi's gay lover, who think it's a false flag (plant/didn't happen/fake news), or it was 'just friends goofing around and it went too far'.

Cause, you know, the truth would hurt them too much if they admitted it.
 

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The amazing thing about this idiot is that there are people who think he was Pelosi's gay lover, who think it's a false flag (plant/didn't happen/fake news), or it was 'just friends goofing around and it went too far'.

Cause, you know, the truth would hurt them too much if they admitted it.
Tell us the truth of what , how and why it happened .
 

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The amazing thing about this idiot is that there are people who think he was Pelosi's gay lover, who think it's a false flag (plant/didn't happen/fake news), or it was 'just friends goofing around and it went too far'.

Cause, you know, the truth would hurt them too much if they admitted it.
No, the amazing thing is that the left wing immediately seized on this as a political opportunity and FALSELY claimed that it was a 'radical right winger, jan 6 supporter and trump fan'. All of which turned out to be false. Actually - weren't you on that bandwagon too?

I mean it was right up to the point of creating a fake blog that was taken down.

You know the left - never let a tragedy or crisis go to waste.
 
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Accused Paul Pelosi attacker pleads not guilty to U.S. charges
Author of the article:Reuters
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Publishing date:Nov 15, 2022 • 1 day ago • 1 minute read


The Canadian man accused of breaking into the San Francisco home of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and striking her 82-year-old husband, Paul, in the head with a hammer pleaded not guilty to federal criminal charges on Tuesday, local media reported.


David Wayne DePape, 42, was ordered held without bond on federal charges of assault and attempted kidnapping and is scheduled to return to U.S. District Court in San Francisco on Nov. 30, local ABC-7 reported.


DePape pleaded not guilty on Nov. 2 to state charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, elder abuse, false imprisonment and threatening a public official.


He is accused of gaining entry to the home of Paul and Nancy Pelosi on Oct. 28 and striking Paul Pelosi with a hammer, leaving him hospitalized with a skull fracture and injuries to his hand and arm. Paul Pelosi has since been released from a San Francisco area hospital.

Nancy Pelosi, also 82 and a Democrat second in the line of succession to the presidency, was in Washington on the night of the attack.

DePape faces a maximum sentence of up to 50 years in prison if found guilty of the federal charges, although sentencing guidelines typically call for less time behind bars. The state charges carry a maximum prison sentence of 13 years to life.

Capitol Police officials have undertaken an “internal security review” to determine how its officers failed to notice the attack despite having security cameras trained on the Pelosi home.
 
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DePape pleaded not guilty on Nov. 2 to state charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, elder abuse, false imprisonment and threatening a public official.
The cops showed up and found the guy beating Pelosi over the head with a hammer. It'll be interesting to see what his defense is.
 

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I'd like to know what went down in the half hour before cops were called.
For sure - but most of the charges involve him beating pelosi and that's a tough defense.

The half hour before might very well absolve him of break and enter or the like,

I suppose he might argue pelosi came after him with the hammer first
 

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Suspect in Paul Pelosi attack indicted on federal charge
Author of the article:Associated Press
Associated Press
Publishing date:Nov 09, 2022 • 16 hours ago • 2 minute read • 13 Comments

SAN FRANCISCO — A man already in custody in last month’s attack on the husband of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of assault and attempted kidnapping.


The charges against David DePape stem from the Oct. 28 break-in at the Pelosis’ San Francisco home are the same as but supersede those in an earlier federal complaint that was filed on October 31.


When officers’ responded to Paul Pelosi’s 911 call, they found Paul Pelosi and DePape fighting over a hammer, according to the six–page indictment. When an officer directed DePape to drop the hammer he responded, “ummm nope,” before forcefully swinging it at Paul Pelosi, the indictment said.

The exchange lasted about 15 seconds, and left Pelosi and DePape lying on the floor with blood swelling around Paul Pelosi’s head, the indictment said.

DePape, 42, of Richmond, a San Francisco suburb, was arrested inside the Pelosi residence. When Paul Pelosi called 911, he told officers that he was sleeping when a man he had never seen before entered his bedroom looking for Nancy Pelosi.


Officers later found that a glass door to the back porch had been broken. They recovered a roll of tape, white rope, a second hammer, a pair of rubber and cloth gloves, and zip ties.

The assault roiled the political world days before the hotly contested midterm elections, the first nationwide election since the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the Capitol. Threats against lawmakers and election officials have been at all-time highs and authorities have issued warning about rising extremism in the U.S.

DePape’s public defender, Adam Lipson, did not immediately respond to telephone and emailed messages. He last week entered a not guilty plea to related state charges filed against DePape, a fringe activist drawn to conspiracy theories. A San Francisco judge ordered DePape held without bail on the state charges of attempted murder, burglary and elder abuse, and he also has been placed on a federal hold in the case.

He was indicted on federal charges including assault upon an immediate family member of a U.S. official with the intent to retaliate against the official on account of the performance of official duties. A second charge alleges he attempted to kidnap a U.S. official on account of the performance of official duties.

The first charge carries a maximum sentence of 30 years in federal prison and the second a maximum 20 years in prison.
Every time someone important is attacked, especially if they're from the Dem side of the equation, it's automatically a "right wing extremist" and 99.9% of the time, it's a Democratic supporter. But they must spew this lie over & over again to ensure that Americans realize just how racist, bigoted white supremists from the right are and how violent they are. Unfortunately, the more it's repeated, the more people tend to believe it.

We all must do our due diligence when getting the news. Since we've never had to do this as much prior because Journalism was an actual "career", most people don't bother to "fact check" even the fact checkers because they're wrong more than they're right as well. Journalism is now a lost cause as most media are under the government's thumb which is why things have gotten so dangerous & will continue to be a danger to our countries if not stopped. We must have an independent media but that won't happen as long as Trudeau remains in power & he has the media at his beck and call.

Independent media is the way to go because they tend to report actual news vs propaganda & one should peruse all of them to get the actual picture of what is really going on in our country.