Was Nancy Pelosi trying to turn things around for she and her “effeminate” husband? Is that why she called priests to perform an exorcism on her house? More than likely, she was having them perform an exorcism on Paul, hoping to get rid of his penchant for 4o-year-old homeless guys and hammers. Pelosi’s daughter made this absolutely bizarre claim during a New York Times interview.
WFIN reported that former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had priests come to her San Francisco home to preform an “exorcism” after her husband was severely attacked in November, according to her daughter.
Alexandra Pelosi, the daughter of Nancy Pelosi, told the New York Times that her mother called priests to perform an exorcism of the house over Thanksgiving, just weeks after David DePape allegedly attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer.
Nancy Pelosi, her daughter said, felt “guilty” that her husband was injured by a man who was looking for her.
“I think that weighed really heavy on her soul. I think she felt really guilty. I think that really broke her. Over Thanksgiving, she had priests coming, trying to have an exorcism of the house and having prayer services,” Alexandra Pelosi told the New York Times.
“He’s a strong person, athletic. This has been tough. It’s going to be about three or four more months before he’s really back to normal,” she added.
In the meantime, they’re trying to bury what’s going on with this trial so deeply, that reporters are actually suing to try and get to the truth – if you can believe that one.
After being given the shaft, and closed out of the trial, the media now wants to see the bodycam footage from the night Paul claims he was attacked.
Yes, we’d all like to see that footage, but I have a feeling, it’ll never see the light of day.
If you ask me, this is just more nonsense from the Pelosi camp to make it seem as if there was some “big evil crime” perpetrated, when we all know it was a date gone bad.
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