Why Not Invest in Bridges for a Living?
Along the way, please enjoy reading SpectatorWorld’s Cockburn on Nancy Pelosi’s husband. As Cockburn reports:
Paul Pelosi was to have been arraigned on Wednesday, but (only his lawyer showed up)
What Could That Drug Be?
Cockburn learned something suspicious about his recent car crash. Court documents reveal that Pelosi had been in the crash “while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and a drug and under their combined influence.”
… as it stands right now, Paul Pelosi not only failed to appear for the trial, but his attorney put in a not guilty plea. Despite this, Cockburn suspects the justice system will treat Paul with kids gloves rather than punish a drunk driver who caused injury to another motorist.
Fox News reported that Primetime dropped the bombshell that Pelosi’s arraignment judge had stepped down and was subsequently replaced.
The replacement was Monique Langhorne, a Democrat who used to work in the District Attorney’s office.
In what is reported to be the “first ever criminal case over which Langhorne is presiding, our intrepid Cockburn can only hope she presides “fairly and justly…though if you believe she will, you should quit journalism and invest in bridges for a living,” advises SpectatorWorld’s intrepid reporter.
Watters said of Langhorne, “She’s very well-connected, she was appointed to a special advisory board by Gavin Newsom too, so I mean this is totally deck stacking if I’ve ever seen it.”
Of everything or anything people can expect from the Pelosi family, a fair trial is certainly not one of them, the mysterious Cockburn reckons.
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