The FBI, San Fran Police, and San Fran DA Won’t Confirm Whether Third Person Opened Door at Pelosi Home

OPINION:  This article contains commentary which may reflect the author’s opinion

The motivates for an alleged attack on the husband of US Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) a radical far-left member of the US House, is bewildering Americans because of the lack of transparency about it from law enforcement and over the eagerness by the media to assign blame for it on American citizens who were nowhere near the California home where the alleged attack allegedly happened.

There is a lot of misdirection and speculation about the attack on Paul Pelosi in his home while he wife was away.  If someone has the full story about what is happening, they are being very quiet about the details, and that could be because the whole situation with Pelosi and the attack is being used as a narrative to discredit and marginalize Republicans ahead of the midterms.

“Never let a tragedy go to waste” is how the left views every bad situation- as a way to move their political agenda ahead, and that is what appears to be happening in the new cycle this week.

The confusion over the Pelosi attack appears to be a cover-up or just a simple attempt to insert a narrative that Republicans are violent, so the media and their partners in the Democrat Party can smear their opponents.

The BBC reported some of the details that are most confusing  at the time the police reached the party:

“According to the FBI complaint, Paul Pelosi did not know Mr DePape. Mr Pelosi used coded language as he made a 911 call from the bathroom, and an experienced operator worked out what was happening in his house.

Another rumour supporting the idea that the two men knew each other claimed that the shattered glass door of the house was broken from the inside, suggesting Mr Pelosi or a third person had let Mr DePape in.

This was mentioned by former President Donald Trump in a recent interview, who claimed “it wasn’t a break in, it was a break out”.

The FBI complaint quotes Mr DePape as saying that he “broke into the house through a glass door, which was a difficult task that required the use of a hammer”.

Then there is the question of who was in the house at the time the police got there.

“What is going on? What really happened?” The Gateway Pundit  asked- and reported about some details of the alleged third person, adding:

“As TGP reported, the San Francisco Police held their first press conference on the events earlier in the day yesterday and they didn’t mention how the police got into the house, but somehow they did.

During the second interview, the police mentioned the following as TGP reported:

** According to Chief Scott, the police officers arrived at the front door of the Pelosi home. The door was opened “by someone inside.”

Yet the mainstream media is accusing people of spreading misinformation willfully after repeating what Scott told the media.

Politico made the statement that the police were let inside by an unknown person. This is all over the Internet. Cernovich commented on this and posted a link to an article about it:

“Officers arrived at the house, knocked on the front door and were let inside by an unknown person.”

Below is what Politico shared.

Who was this third person?

There likely is information that shows what happened. The house and the police likely had cams on the situation. What is the truth? Is there a third person?

Apparently, there is body-cam footage, so it will be clear if the person who let the cops in was neither Pelosi nor DePape.

It will show also if both Pelosi & DePape were indeed in their underwear.

“It will also show if both were indeed holding hammers. #ReleaseTheBodyCam,”  Viva Frei reported.

The FBI came out with their criminal complaint against David DePape and they too did not identify who opened the door at the Pelosi home:

When the door was opened, Pelosi and DEPAPE were both holding a hammer with one hand and DEPAPE had his other hand holding onto Pelosi’s forearm. Pelosi greeted the officers. The officers asked them what was going on. DEPAPE responded that everything was good. Officers then asked Pelosi and DEPAPE to drop the hammer.

We learned that yesterday, the San Francisco DA does not know who opened the door to the Pelosi home at 2:30 am on Friday morning:

Per San Fran DA, law enforcement still doesn’t know who opened the door to the Pelosi home.

FBI affidavit equally vague. According to reports, Paul Pelosi has been interviewed by FBI, SFPD, USCP (a good sign as to his recovery) so maybe he’ll confirm,” Julie Kelly reported.

“What the hell is really going on? Was there another person there? Was there more than one other person that was there? Was it an employee of Paul Pelosi or another friend or another unknown person?

So many questions – so few answers. None of this makes sense,” Hoft wrote in conclusion.


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