The Night Pelosi Swayed

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Video of Paul Pelosi’s arrest for DWI has been released and what’s interesting about it is the deference and respect accorded the husband of Nancy Pelosi – who is (unfortunately) speaker of the House.

The armed government worker is extra-gentle with Pelosi – who crashed his 2021 Porsche into the 2014 Jeep of some poor geek who was forced to help Pelosi buy his Porsche via the graft that flows into the pockets of the Pelosis, by dint of the Mrs. being the speaker of the House.

There was no Get on the Ground, Now! emanating from the AGW.  No Hut! Hut! Hut! at all. Instead there was solicitation for the well-being of Pelosi, who appeared to be so hammered he could barely stand upright, notwithstanding his assertion that all he’d had to drink was a “glass of champagne” before dinner – no doubt to celebrate the ka-ching! engendered by his wife the speaker’s fortuitous trip to Taiwan, where chips are made that the Pelosis have an . . . interest in. Followed by a “glass of wine,” later on – to mellow him out, perhaps.

And what did he get for doing what he did? Five days in jail and three years of probation. What would any of us have gotten?

Probably a lot more – and worse.

But then, we’re not married to the speaker of the House.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Plenty of drunks out there not paying attention to traffic because they’ve had one too many. Paul is one, it’s your fault.

    People in political/financial positions have a propensity to drink and drive and be foolish enough to be drunk enough to be pulled over. An accident caused by some dumb drunk like Paul is excusable when the money talks.

    Just have a Paul Pelosi driver’s license and you’ll be set free.

    The fines and fees will be deducted from Paul’s digital account. No direct effect on your social credit score, it’s all good. You can drive drunk all of the time.

    Poor Paul could have had 500 million dollars in cash in his trunk and the AGWs would have asked if he needed more.

    If you would happen to have 500 million dollars in your trunk, you’d never leave home again in your own vehicle, Uber and Lyft will do all of the driving for you. You’ll be in Egypt wandering around like all of the lost and all alone wandering jews do.

    You’ll be at the camel races in Cairo on Sundays, double humpers under the lights.

    Then it’ll be midnight at the oasis all over again.

  2. If I were married to that harpie hag I’d be drunk most of the time too.

    Seriously, this just shows how we are, without a doubt, a segregated society. The Royals can do any damn thing they want. The “Deplorables” not so much. It’s like that old saying, everyone gets the same amount of ice. The rich get theirs in the summer, the poor get theirs in the winter.

  3. Greetings, Everyone,

    The insider trading expert will not spend 5 days in jail…

    “The judge, Joseph J. Solga, also sentenced Mr. Pelosi to five days in jail, though Mr. Pelosi will not have to serve that time.

    Several hours Mr. Pelosi spent in jail starting before midnight on May 28, the night of the crash, until early the next morning will count as two days. Two days were taken off the sentence for good conduct following the accident, and Mr. Pelosi will spend the remaining day doing his community service.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/23/us/politics/paul-pelosi-dui-guilty.html

    He did have to shell out nearly $5000 to Jesus Lopez and $2000 to the court and I’d guess his lawyers charged him something, which is pretty much nothing as Mr. & Mrs. Pelosi have a net worth estimated at ~$114,000,000.

  4. Aside from taking notes, DUI shouldn’t be a criminal offense unless someone is injured.

    This should be a civil matter between little P and the guy he hit – which is what it will ultimately be anyway.

    The state has interjected itself into the situation as the victim of the acuity of how someone is driving.

    DUI is a moneymaker masking as safety. If lawmakers were serious about DUI, the penalty for DUI caused death would be 3rd or 2nd degree homicide every time. Injury would be an aggravated assault.

  5. https://ijr.com/paul-pelosi-linked-business-millions-ppp-loans-forgiven/

    “Paul Pelosi-Linked Business Has Millions in PPP Loans Forgiven: Report
    By Jack Davis, The Western Journal August 22, 2022 at 7:49am

    The Paycheck Protection Program created to help small businesses survive the pandemic by doling out loans to help them retain employees has been a bonanza for companies linked to the rich and famous, according to new reports.

    The website ProPublica has amassed a searchable database of the loans, which media outlets have been exploring to find out how many rich recipients will never have to pay back a dime.

    The trick is to know the corporate names of businesses in which the rich and famous either operate or have a share in.

    Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has an 8.1 percent share in a company called EDI Associates, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.

    The restaurant company received loans of more than $1.7 million from the federal government, which won’t have to be repaid, the Daily Mail reported.”

  6. But then again he is married to NancyP. I worse fate I could not imagine. Waking up to that every day, anyone would become a heavy drinker.

    Rules for thee, don’t apply to me. Same as it ever was, enjoy your protein paste serfs.

  7. Must be nice to be CONNECTED! At least Paul Pelosi gets SOMETHING out of being married to that drunken, demented witch he’s married to. Can you imagine waking up next to Nancy? ICK, ICK, ICK, a thousand times ICK!

  8. I read that he also had some drugs in his system too. But you know what is the “funniest” part of all? That is reading/hearing people honestly pondering, “Is it possible that the USA has a two-tiered justice system?”

    Hmm… 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔

    No, ya freaking morons! The two-tiers went out of style way back. We’re at multi-tier now with a tier system that is hard to describe except that, if you a low-income, white, not-liberal man you are at the very bottom. I think the next tier is middle-income, white, not-liberal man.

    I’m less sure how low-to-middle income not-liberal white women fare these days in the multi-tier system. But certainly near the bottom just above such men.

    Now, you can get bumped up a tier, by being rich and/or liberal. But you don’t get to the upper strata unless you’re some kind of government and then even that is stratified depending on where you’d be in the commie to not-commie spectrum and how vocal you are about it.

    Liz Cheney for example, would be on a higher strata than say Ted Cruz but both of which are lower strata than Pelosi or Cuck Schuma, etc, etc.

    It’d be nice if they’d print a “Your Guide to the Multi-Tiered ‘Justice’ System in the USA” to clear up the confusion but then they’d have to openly admit it exists.

    They not yet bold enough to take that step. We’re still in the “pretend it’s not what it is” faze of Orwellian totalitarianism.

  9. Will Nancy apologize for Paul committing the sin of having a 911 and not a Taycan? I loved when they asked him what medication he takes, and his response was “I have it on my phone”.

    I’m still curious of how the collision occurred as the damage is most severe in the rear, the front seemed pretty unscathed. I want to see dashcams from these other cops DUI incidents; something tells me they were not nearly as pleasant.

  10. Royalty incorporated. Several years ago, I accidentally watched a Senate hearing, I forget what about, meaning it didn’t matter much, in which a female Senator objected to being called “mam” by a witness. Claiming her “title” was “Senator”.
    Perhaps I’m mistaken, but I’m pretty sure the Constitution forbids titles of nobility.

    • Hi John,

      That would be the darling from California, Barbara Boxer, who felt the need to chide the Brigadier General of the Army Corp of Engineers, Michael Walsh, in regard to testimony about Hurricane Katrina.

  11. ‘What would any of us have gotten?’ — eric

    A felony charge, for one thing:

    ‘[Pelosi] was arraigned on a pair of misdemeanor charges in a case which usually begins with a felony booking. As Fox News notes, the speaker’s husband was “cite released” from Napa County Department of Corrections custody — meaning he did not actually have to pay bail to go home. He is currently free on his own recognizance. — ZH

    ‘Begins’ refers to the plea bargaining process. As a matter of course, defendants are overcharged with severe offenses. No one wants a felony rap. So the prosecutor can extract a plea to a serious misdemeanor with the slam-dunk ease of shooting fish in a barrel.

    Paul Pelosi benefited from the prosecutor’s discretion in not laying the usual excessive charges, and in waiving bail. These are perquisites of the insider club.

    If one doesn’t understand that the U.S. is as corrupt as Mexico, though in more discreet ways, then one isn’t paying attention. At the highest levels, this country is as corrupt as Nigeria or Pakistan. For instance, the so-called Inflation Reduction Act doles out $27 billion to the EPA, whose annual budget is but $9 billion:

    “When you’re told by Congress you just have to shovel the money out the doors, it goes to pet political causes, the non-profits that they want to reward. It’s going to end up being a massive subsidy to the Democrat climate extremism sector in this country and it’s going to do long-term damage to the country.”

    https://cnsnews.com/article/washington/melanie-arter/former-epa-administrator-very-concerned-about-epas-27-billion

    It’s an eco-ripoff like Virginia’s ex-gov Terry McAuliffe spawned with his GreenTech Automotive, which ran a cash-for-visas scam for wealthy Chinese until it went bankrupt in 2018. Now multiply that by a hundred times the scale: WELCOME TO BIDEN WORLD.

    • Also any of us mere mortals would have had our license suspended. More proof of how the “just us” system works.

      • Hi Mike,

        Yup. In fact, in my state, one is likely to get into much more trouble for “reckless” driving – defined statutorily as driving faster than 80, anywhere (including highways that have a 70 MPH limit) as well as more than 20 MPH over any speed limit. You can be arrested on the spot. Upon conviction, your license is almost certain to be revoked and will be suspended and you will get six points on your DMV rap sheet, which will make you uninsurable.

        • Yeah you guys are tough in VA. I recall an article from an automotive writer, for Motor Trend or something like that, I forget who, but he wrote about his 30 days in county jail for SPEEDING! Holy shit.

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