Rep. Nancy Pelosi says she isn’t hearing so much as a peep from across the aisle when it comes to apologies for Republican conspiracy theories about the attack on her husband, Paul Pelosi.
We got the former Speaker of the House Wednesday morning in D.C. on the heels of President Biden‘s State of the Union address — where both Pelosis were front and center — and asked if anyone in the GOP has shown contrition for fueling misinformation about her husband … especially after the brutal body cam was released.
As it turns out … nobody has, according to NP — who also gave us an update on Paul’s recovery in general. Sounds like things are looking up, and he’s almost on the other side of this. He certainly looked good at the SOTU … cozying up to Bono in the balcony seats.
When it comes to this apology, though — it’s telling that no Republican has circled back to correct the record, including Sen. Ted Cruz, who was one of those spreading fake news.
Back in October — shortly after the attack — he was one of several right-wing politicians suggesting things weren’t as they seemed on paper … even hinting Paul might have known the attacker, David DePape.
Of course, that has since been debunked — it was nothing more than a break-in/assault which prosecutors say was politically motivated. And Paul was most definitely brutalized, as seen in the since-released video showing the moment officers came to the door.
But, Pelosi says none of that’s moved her congressional comrades to offer the slightest mea culpa.
Sounds like SOP in DC, TBH.
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