The mainstream media is in overdrive trying to bury a story about Nancy Pelosi’s husband after he was arrested on drunk driving charges last month.
CNN, MSBNC, ABC, et al failed to show any journalistic standards when they downright ignored the story of Paul Pelosi’s arrest. But that’s like expecting a lamb to behave like a lion — it’s just not possible! Mainstream media outlets are first and foremost the propaganda arm of the Democrat Party, so protecting the Party’s most influential member is a top priority.
However, Nancy is going to need to lay low for a while after a mugshot of her husband Paul surfaced on Monday.
Paul Pelosi, 82, was booked at Napa County jail on suspicion of driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol level of 0.08 or higher on May 29 and was released several hours later. He is expected to appear in Napa County Superior Court at 8:30 a.m. PST on Aug. 3, the county district attorney’s office said last Thursday.
The release of the mugshot comes as county District Attorney Allison Haley decides whether to file any charges against Paul Pelosi.
The mugshot of Paul Pelosi, Husband of Nancy Pelosi has been released.
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“This is standard protocol for any DUI case that is referred by a law enforcement agency in Napa County,” the DA’s office wrote.
Sure it is! Imagine if a top Republican’s spouse was arrested for drunk driving. The mugshot would’ve circulated far and wide — and liberal media outlets would waste no time running multiple hit pieces.
Fox News previously reported that it filed a public records request for the mug shot and body camera footage, which was denied because the DA’s office determined the release of the records would “jeopardize an ongoing investigation,” the California Highway Patrol said.
“The case pretty much has been buried from the public. There’s been no release of Poppa Paulie’s mug shot. Every attempt has been stonewalled by California officials,” Fox News host Jesse Watters said in a segment last Friday.
Paul Pelosi was arrested after he was involved in a two-car collision on state Route 29, near Yountville. He was driving his Porsche when it was hit by a Jeep as Paul Pelosi tried to cross the road, as reported by CBS News. No one was injured in the incident.
Nancy Pelosi was on the East Coast at the time. A spokeswoman from Pelosi’s office refused to comment on the matter.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth