What is everyone trying to hide in regard to the attack on the husband of the Speaker of the House? Paul Pelosi was apparently attacked by some crazed lunatic, but there are still many questions that have yet to be answered.
San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott and District Attorney Brooke Jenkins held a press conference to provide an update on the investigation into the attack on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi. But they didn’t mention how the police were able to get into the home even though a mysterious third person opened the door even though Chief Scott said that someone opened it. It wasn’t Paul Pelosi. It wasn’t the lunatic David DePape. So, who was it?
Also, it just so happens that the cameras on her property and surrounding her property weren’t working properly either.
The police department released a statement which stated:
“While the Speaker was with her security detail in Washington, D.C., the San Francisco cameras were not actively monitored as they are when the speaker is at the residence. The Command Center personnel noticed the police activity on the screen and used the feeds to monitor the response and assist investigators.”
I’m not buying this crap anymore than I bought the idea of the cameras not working when Jeffrey Epstein was suicided. It’s way too convenient and hard to believe that the cameras weren’t actively monitoring the Pelosi residence just because she wasn’t home. I make pennies compared to what she makes and I am not a high profile guy, but I always have my security cameras rolling. Are they really just that dumb and incompetent that they can’t monitor the property effectively, or is there something more to the story?
Police showed up so there should be some bodycam footage that they could release. Maybe someone will put in a FOIA request for it.
I’ll tell you what my thoughts are. I don’t think anything nefarious was happening necessarily, but I do believe that there was something embarrassing that happened that they don’t want the public to know about. Maybe we’ll find out one day.