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Police Audio of Paul Pelosi’s Welfare Check Reveal Attacker Was A “Friend”


While a majority of Republicans in office such as Ted Cruz are offering their “sincere” concerns about Paul Pelosi.

Independent journalists are trying to get to the bottom of what really happened.

A new police report steaming from the San Francisco Police Department has revealed that David Depape was reportedly a friend of Paul Pelosi.

Listen to the police audio here:

Daily Mail had these details to add:

Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul Pelosi was able to summon the police to his $6million San Francisco home at 2.27am by dialing 911 from his cellphone while his attacker was still inside the house and being viciously attacked by a man with a hammer.

Pelosi, 82, had the wherewithal to call the emergency services but managed to also talk in code, so as not to anger his assailant further, as he tried to keep the operator on the line for a long as possible in order for help to arrive.

The 911 operator is said to have sensed something was wrong and heard Pelosi say: ‘What’s going on? Why are you here? What are you doing to me?’.

The operator could then be heard contacting police dispatch describing the incident: ‘He states there is a male in the home and that he is going to wait for his wife. He stated that he doesn’t know who the male is but that his name is David and that he is a friend. He sounded somewhat confused.’

The police dispatch can then be heard declaring a ‘code 3’ which is police radio code for an emergency.

As more details are being surfaced from the attack the more it looks like a false flag:

There’s always the case that this was the scenario:

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