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Paul Pelosi Allegedly Had Drugs in System at Time of DUI Crash

'Paul Pelosi could have killed someone. He should face jail time... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) New details have emerged regarding Paul Pelosi’s Hunter Biden-esque Napa Valley binge that resulted in the totaling of his own 2021 Porsche and that of his victim’s 2014 Jeep, according to Fox News.

Recently released charging documents indicate that the octogenarian investor — husband of Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi, last seen wagging the dog in Taiwan — may have been under the influence of drugs as well as alcohol when his erratic driving caused the accident.

Pelosi “injured the other driver while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and a drug and under their combined influence,” Fox News reported.

According to Pelosi’s lawyer, however, the reference to drugs is a meaningless formality.

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“I believe that the drug reference is part of the statutory boilerplate language in the complaint,” Pelosi attorney Amanda Bivens told Fox News.

In another embarrassing revelation, Pelosi is alleged to have attempted to influence his arresting officers by handing them a card indicating his substantial support for a California Highway Patrol Charity.

“Pelosi allegedly handed officers his driver’s license and an ’11-99 Foundation’ card when they asked for his ID,” Fox News reported. “The 11-99 Foundation is a California Highway Patrol charity that supports officers and provides scholarships for their children.”

Pelosi faces two misdemeanor DUI charges in a case that will determine whether there is equality under the law.

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His attorney entered a “not guilty” plea on his behalf in a Napa County court on Wednesday morning, Fox reported.

But the Daily Mail has reported that Pelosi has a long history of traffic infractions, including a crash “that killed his brother David when he was 16.”

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