(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said he will keep details about the alleged attack on Paul Pelosi hidden from public view “as much as possible,” Just the News reported.
If Jenkins would release audio from the 911 call that Pelosi made and body camera footage from the officers who responded to the complaint, then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband could put conspiracy theories to rest.
“For us, revealing that evidence through the media is just not what we think is appropriate,” Jenkins said Wednesday on CNN. “For us, we’re going to make sure that we limit the evidence as much as possible in order to get that done.”
Pelosi called 911 on Oct. 28, but few details about the call have emerged. The media wildly and wrongly reported that a MAGA-inspired extremist, David DePape, broke into the Pelosi’s San Francisco home and hit Paul in the head with a hammer, fracturing his skull. DePape turned out to be a drug-addicted, former Castro nudist and hemp jewelry maker with radical leanings.
Though 82-years-old, Paul survived the alleged attack but required surgery. The hospital released him on Nov. 3.
DePage, an illegal alien, pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The prosecutor’s odd refusal to release audio and camera footage will force inquiring minds to continue to look into DePape’s connection to pedophilia and prostitution, his communist attachments and his alleged homosexual relationship with his “friend,” Paul Pelosi.
On-the-scene reporter Miguel Almaguer further undermined the media’s narrative when he reported that the police did not respond to the Pelosi household until 30 minutes after the call was placed.
Almaguer added that Pelosi let the police into his home, never tried to flee from DePage and actually walked back toward DePape once the police arrived.
Only after the police arrived, DePape allegedly assaulted Paul with a hammer.
Shortly after Almaguer’s reporting aired, NBC removed it.
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) November 4, 2022