Original Article By Joe Hoft At TheGatewayPundit.com:

The Paul Pelosi scandal is not dead. The Pelosis wanted it to die but not so fast. 

As you may recall Paul Pelosi was injured and taken to the hospital on the early morning of October 28, 2022.  Pelosi was not alone.  A man named David DePape was also sent to the hospital.  The story that surrounded the event that led to them being sent to the hospital was suspect and it changed over time.

According to the first police conference, DePape was charged with burglary but the police never mentioned how he entered the house.

In a second police conference, the police confirmed that DePape forced entry into the rear door at the rear of the home.

The day after the incident TGP reported that nothing added up.

There are also questions about this event being a burglary.  DePape reportedly forced entry into a rear door.  But a video showed that there was glass on the outside of the home on the stairs behind the house.  If the window was broken from the outside, wouldn’t the glass be on the floor on the inside of the house?

Additionally, it’s been reported that DePape was in his underwear when the police arrived.  This means that he most probably took off his clothes inside the house.  This is because anyone walking around in that neighborhood in their underwear would immediately be arrested.  This is not something that someone could do in that neighborhood.  Also, why did Paul Pelosi refer to him as a friend on the phone?

It also sounded like someone else let the police into the home. Who was this?  Why did this person not call the police when the house was supposedly broken into?  Was there more than one other person in the home?  The police later said this was not the case.

We also never learned what injuries DePape incurred. He too was sent to the hospital and in the first press release the police mentioned that they worked on his injuries before sending him to the hospital along with Paul Pelosi.

The one thing the police can do to clear this all up is release the police and surveillance camera videos.  This would likely answer most of these questions. 

But this has not been the case.  The police have covered everything up.  We couldn’t even see DePaper when he entered court.

In response to the lack of transparency in this case, several news organizations are literally suing to get access to the videos surrounding the event.

A coalition of news organizations, including The Associated Press, filed a court motion in San Francisco seeking access to evidence against the man charged in last year’s attack on former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband. The coalition also includes The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Press Democrat, CNN, Fox News, CBS, ABC, NBC and KQED, an NPR-member radio station.

Associated Press

The US House may also have the legal right to obtain the Capitol police coverage of the event.  They should do the same.

If an innocent man is being framed and sent to prison for life who was invited into the Pelosi home early one Friday morning in October, Americans should know it.

This event has become the crowning point of Pelosi’s tyrannical reign.