While Nancy Pelosi is starting trouble in Asia, her husband continues to duck his role in a collision earlier in the Summer.
Despite ample details emerging, he had the audacity to plead not guilty. He wouldn’t even show up to court.
From Fox News:
A lawyer for Paul Pelosi, the multimillionaire husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, appeared on his behalf in a Napa County, California, court for his arraignment on DUI charges Wednesday morning.
The attorney, Amanda Bevins, entered a plea of not guilty to both counts on her client’s behalf before Napa County Superior Court Judge Monique Langhorne.
Unbelievable. It’s even more outrageous, now that we know more about the incident.
From Fox News:
Paul Pelosi, the multimillionaire husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, allegedly had a drug in his system, addressed officers with slurred speech, and tried to hand them a police courtesy card during his May arrest on DUI charges, according to court documents.
So, let’s get this straight. Paul Pelosi was charged with a DUI after getting arrested for a “major collision” back in May.
Police report he had a “drug” in his system and his speech was slurred. Um… you don’t need to be Sherlock to figure this one out.
The man even tried to, apparently, coerce the cops to go easy on him—when he handed them an “11-99 Foundation” card.
The 11-99 Foundation is a charity that supports police officers and provides scholarships for their children.
How interesting. Was Pelosi trying to wiggle out of his arrest—by showing these cops he gives to one of their charities?
Pelosi must be feeling pretty confident. He didn’t bother appearing in court and had his lawyer pleaded not guilty.
Wow, I guess that’s what you can do when you are a multi-millionaire Democrat, married to the Speaker of the House.
The sad reality is, that Pelosi will probably get out of this one. But Americans won’t forget that this rich, entitled liberal got special treatment.
- Paul Pelosi did not appear in court for his DUI charge. His lawyer pleaded not guilty.
- Pelosi allegedly had a drug in his system when arrested after a major collision.
- He also apparently handed police a police courtesy card, from a police charity.