One bizarre story about Nancy Pelosi just took a jaw-dropping turn

The Democrats appear to be reeling heading into the 2022 Midterms.

They didn’t need a strange “October Surprise” involving the Speaker of the House.

And one bizarre story about Nancy Pelosi just took a jaw-dropping turn.

Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), was attacked in his home with a hammer by a mysterious attacker named David DePape.

The corporate-controlled press version of the story has many insisting much of it doesn’t make sense.

According to the “official” story, DePape broke into the Pelosis’ San Francisco home with a hammer and yelled, “Where is Nancy?”

The Speaker was in Washington, D.C. at the time.

DePape then hit Paul Pelosi over the head with a hammer he and DePape were wrestling over in front of responding San Francisco police officers.

The Speaker’s husband required cranial surgery to repair the damage and is expected to make a full recovery.

However, there are a lot of details about the story that are being ignored.

For example, the 911 dispatcher said that Paul Pelosi referred to DePape as a “friend” on the call.

The corporate-controlled press has also attempted to paint DePape as some MAGA extremist who was radicalized by Donald Trump and ran multiple websites where he posted allegedly far-Right screeds.

Attacker gives every appearance of a mentally-deranged leftist 

That’s seemingly at odds with DePape’s known activity as a nudist activist who made hemp jewelry and lived in a bus in Berkeley, which is very far-Left.

DePape is also an illegal alien from Canada, according to multiple media reports.

DePape’s “far-Right” online posts raise questions about fabrication

What’s also strange is that his supposed “far-Right” online posts might have been fabricated.

The Gateway Pundit reported that “the problem is the websites cited by the mainstream media that were supposedly aligned with DePape were scraped on Friday and they are no longer active Saturday. The site Godisloving.wordpress.com was scraped on Friday and shut down on Saturday. If you try to link to it now, you will find it has been shut down. The other site listed, www.frenlyfrens.com/blog is no longer active as well.  It too was shut down on Saturday.  The only activity on this site as well was in the last two days.”

A search of the Internet Archive shows that the two sites seemingly had zero activity before the attack, then the sites were quickly scrubbed.

The details about the attack on Pelosi have not all come out, but the Democrats and their media allies are already defending their narrative.

The truth is that DePape seemingly was a homeless drifter with mental health problems.

Independent journalist and former California gubernatorial candidate Michael Shellenberger reported, “DePape lived with a notorious local nudist in a Berkeley home, complete with a Black Lives Matter sign in the window and an LGBT rainbow flag, emblazoned with a marijuana symbol, hanging from a tree. A closer look reveals the characteristics of a homeless encampment, or what Europeans call ‘an open drug scene.’ In the driveway, there is a broken-down camper van. On the street is a yellow school bus, which neighbors said DePape occasionally stayed in. Both are filled with garbage typical of such structures in homeless encampments. People come and go from the house and the vehicles, neighbors say, in part to partake in the use of a potent psychedelic drug, ibogaine. Neighbors described DePape as a homeless addict with a politics that was, until recently, left-wing, but of secondary importance to his psychotic and paranoid behavior.”

The idea that the attack on Pelosi was “MAGA” is a media fabrication.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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