Nancy Pelosi desperately doesn’t want you to see this video

Nancy Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi has spent decades cultivating her public image. But that’s all crashing down around her after this.

And Nancy Pelosi desperately doesn’t want you to see this video.

Rep. Nancy Pelosi has been Congress for over 35 years – far too long some might say.

During her tenure, she has consistently pushed her Leftist agenda year after year.

Pelosi and her family made headlines after her husband, Paul was attacked with a hammer by David DePape, who was reportedly looking for Nancy.

Rumors have circulated online that Paul may have been more involved with DePape than previously thought, but so far nothing has been released.

But all of that is about to come to an end thanks to a San Francisco’s Superior Court judge.

After a court dismissed prosecutors’ request to keep the security video of the hammer attack on former U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband secret, it might be disclosed to the public as early as today.

The 911 call made in the aftermath of last year’s incident will also be made public.

San Francisco Superior Court Judge Stephen M. Murphy said Wednesday that there was no reason to conceal the video from the public eye, especially because prosecutors presented it in open court during a preliminary hearing last month.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Judge Stephen Murphy sided with a group of media outlets, including the Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times, who sought access to the dramatic footage as well as other evidence against David DePape, the alleged attacker, in his ruling.

According to the Associated Press, during a court hearing, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office turned over all courtroom evidence to Murphy.

Murphy requested that it be distributed to the media by the court clerk’s office, which may happen as soon as Thursday.

When news organizations first requested copies of the material, the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office declined.

Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, was asleep at the couple’s San Francisco home on Oct. 28 when an intruder stormed in and attacked him with a hammer, according to Breitbart News.

Prosecutors have now charged David DePape, 42, in connection with the incident.

Last month, DePape pled not guilty to six charges, including attempted murder.

According to police, DePape informed them that there was “evil in Washington” and that he wanted to harm Nancy Pelosi since she was second in line to the presidency. His lawsuit is still pending.

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