All sorts of rumors are circulating as to the nature of the mysterious attack on Paul Pelosi, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband. One of the latest is that the culprit is a “longtime” illegal alien who was squatting in California due to its “sanctuary state” status.
In case you missed it, police officers were called out to the lavish Pelosi estate on October 28. Someone had reportedly entered the premises and tried to murder Paul Pelosi with a hammer, we are told, leaving him with severe blunt force injuries to his head that required immediate surgery.
The culprit was later declared to be David DePape, a 42-year-old Canadian man with an expired visa who has been living in the Golden State illegal alien sanctuary for quite some time. (Related: California is also now a “sanctuary state” for abortion.)
The term “illegal alien” typically conjures up imagery of invaders at America’s southern border. In this case, however, it was an illegal alien invader from the north who allegedly took aim at Paul Pelosi and tried to murder him.
We are told that DePape was quickly taken into custody and charges have already been filed. This is, after all, the husband of Nancy Pelosi, the most eloquent and outstanding politician the world has ever seen (that was sarcasm, by the way), so something had to be done right away to rectify the situation.
Had this been Joe Schmo who was targeted by an illegal alien, chances are the investigation would have lagged and likely turned up with nothing because only career criminal politicians and their families matter when it comes to the justice system functioning as it should.
A woman who identifies herself as “Gypsy Taub,” supposedly an ex-partner of DePape, is on record as claiming that the guy suffers from mental illness. Taub is also reportedly the mother of DePape’s children.
“He is mentally ill,” Taub told the media, clarifying that her name is actually Oxane Taub. “He has been mentally ill for a long time.”
Taub, by the way, appears to suffer from mental illness herself. She is currently housed at the California Institution for Women in Corona after having been found guilty on 20 counts, including the attempted abduction of a 14-year-old boy near his high school in Berkeley.
These are some strange people, in other words. And for whatever reason, one of them targeted the House Speaker’s husband with murder for reasons that are still in question.
At one point, DePape believed that he was Jesus Christ incarnate. He was living in a hippie commune in Berkeley at the time.
Prior to squatting as an illegal alien in California, DePape lived in Powell River, British Columbia, which is where he grew up before heading south.
It is clear that there is much more to the story than we are being told, including the glaring fact that it would have been impossible for DePape to enter the Pelosi estate without some kind of previous access.
“Still not buying that a psycho pedestrian can enter a gated community and then get into the mansion of the third in line to the Oval Office without being stopped or setting off alarms,” wrote a commenter on a story about the incident.
“No matter how many ways they tweak the story it still doesn’t add up.”
“The real story is her husband Paul was / is having a gay tryst,” responded another, the suggestion being that Paul Pelosi might be a closeted homosexual.
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