Narrative Unravels over Paul Pelosi’s Hammer-Wielding ‘Friend’

'I don't know what happened at Nancy Pelosi's house last night. But what I do know is that the official story is very sketch...'

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) With just over a week to go until the election, Democrats seem poised to do anything they can to raise the temperature level on partisan divisions by falsely portraying their opponents as violent and unhinged.

Once again, ground zero for the country’s anti-Democrat political violence appears to be San Francisco, a place in which only 6.7% of the population is Republican.

Despite that pesky detail—and the fact that roughy 99% of Republicans in San Francisco would be too fearful to admit so openly—MAGA was blamed for a 2019 samurai sword attack and for the city’s staggering 567% rise in anti-Asian attacks since 2021.

Elsewhere, during the current election cycle, desperate Democrat Senate candidates Katie Hobbs and John Fetterman each have tried to frame MAGA with apparent false-flag attacks.

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Hobbs’s opponent, Kari Lake, a veteran cable-news journalist, held a press conference Friday to excoriate media for taking the bait after Hobbs baselessly accused Lake of a Watergate-style campaign break-in.

And Fetterman—who earlier was implicated in his own yard-sign scandal after supporters put unsolicited campaign signs in the yards of Pennsylvania residents and booby-trapped them with razor blades—posted a picture on Saturday of a sign of his lit ablaze in an apparent red part of the state, the Gateway Pundit reported.

Miraculously, campaign operatives were on the scene to catch the conflagration before it fully engulfed the sign.

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But the loathsome brinksmanship surrounding one of only two issues that Democrats hope to run on—one-sided political violence against them—has never been as brazen as the attack early Friday on Paul Pelosi, whose beard–wife, Nancy Pelosi, is the out-going U.S. House speaker.

As quickly as the accusations flew implicating MAGA in the attack, evidence began to discredit the claims.

Yet, #PedoHitler President Joe Biden stunningly ran with it. “[T]he same chant was used by this guy that they have in custody that was used on Jan. 6, the attack on the U.S. Capitol,” Biden said Friday, referring to the two-word question “Where’s Nancy?”

As it turns out, it was a valid question in both cases as the speaker herself may have had a direct role in both incidents, cynically exploiting the threats against her for political gain.

It is too early to suggest that Pelosi herself targeted her husband for the violent attack. But what is clear is that the Pelosis—or Paul Pelosi, at least—maintained a special relationship with the assailant.

With the attack happening on a busy Friday, many have been slow to examine the reams of evidence suggesting that the official narrative was a cover-up for something far more sinister.

But the Liberty Daily’s JD Rucker and the Gateway Pundit’s Joe Hoft, two of the leaders in debunking leftist conspiracy theories, were both on the case.

Hoft shredded, among other things, the bogus mainstream media reports that the assailant, David DePape, had been actively involved in posting Q’Anon and anti-Semitic content on blogs and social media, including the now defunct sites frenlyfrens.com and godisloving.wordpress.com.

Hoft revealed that the websites cited by mainstream media had, in fact, been created on Friday and were deleted Saturday after serving their purpose to create plausible MAGA culpability for lazy journalists.

Sadly, even Fox News, which has often framed itself as the conservative alternative, helped to perpetuate the false reporting.

Rucker on Sunday posted a round-up of the evidence that Paul Pelosi and DePape had been involved in a domestic dispute rather than a random act of violence—although the latter is also more plausible than an act of politically motivated, targeted violence at the Pelosi’s Pacific Heights mansion.

Among the evidence pointing to this is the fact that glass from the shattered door ostensibly used to break into the house was found on the outside stoop, according to a now-deleted Twitter post from a police veteran.

Rucker cited, among other suspicious circumstances, the police dispatch indicating that DeRosa was in his underwear when arrested and that an unknown person had let law-enforcement into the home, where they found the victim and the assailant engaged in a struggle over the hammer prior to the actual assault.

Other strange details included the “reporting person” (presumed to be Paul Pelosi, who had made the call secretly from a bathroom using coded language) saying that he was “going to wait for his wife” and that the alleged perpetrator “is a friend.”

Some, however, have raised questions as to whether a third person in the home may have made the call.

Additional details uncovered by online sleuths, including former Tennessee congressional candidate Robby Starbuck, may not have shed light on DePape’s relationship with the Pelosis but further discredited the notion that he was a MAGA extemist.

These included the fact that he may have been an illegal immigrant from Canada; attended the far-left University of California, Berkeley; and was affiliated with the Green Party and with a nudist cult.

Family members, neighbors and acquaintances of DePape also have called him a sexually abusive “monster” and a homeless vagrant, suggesting ample red-flags that San Francisco authorities failed to act upon, according to the New York Post.

One neighbor explicitly questioned the claim that he was a right-winger, reported the watchdog blog Quoth the Raven.

“What I know about the family is that they’re very radical activists. They seem very left.” said the neighbor.

“They are all about the Black Lives Matter movement. Gay pride. But they’re very detached from reality,” the person added. “They have called the cops on several of the neighbors, including us, claiming that we are plotting against them. It’s really weird to see that they are willing to be so aggressive toward somebody else who is also a lefty.”

Nancy Pelosi is believed to have been nowhere near the house at the time while returning from a recent trip to Europe.

But in addition to the possibility that her 82-year-old husband was having a gay affair, she may have had other reasons for wanting to dispatch with him, including the recent attention surrounding his arrest for drunken driving and a series of insider-trading scandals.

Then, of course, there is the possibility that she simply needed to push out a political narrative so shocking that nobody would dare to question it.

Such was the case on Jan. 6, 2021, when Pelosi, who was responsible for maintaining the security of the U.S. Capitol, failed in her duty.

Although she continued to directly coordinate the response of the U.S. Capitol Police after they had allowed the apparently dangerous (albeit unarmed) protestors into the building, Pelosi and her J6 Star-Chamber committee have insisted that the blame fell solely with then-President Donald Trump and his supporters, some of whom were not even in Washington, D.C. at the time but have been subpoenaed with the threat of being held in contempt of Congress.

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at truthsocial.com/@bensellers.

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