At around 11:44 pm, in Napa County, California, Paul Pelosi got himself arrested and was charged with driving with a blood-alcohol level of .08 or higher and driving under the influence of alcohol. Both charges are misdemeanors.
Pelosi was booked into jail at 4:13 am on Sunday, according to Napa County records. Since bail was set for Paul, 82, who has been married to Nancy since 1963, at a measly $5,000, which is next to nothing for the multi-millionaire, he was released at 7:26 am, shortly after he was booked Sunday morning.
I guess the jailers felt sorry for him and understood that he’s probably drunk all the time because, like I said, he has been married to Nancy since 1963. I’d be sauced all the time if I was married to her. Think of the embarrassment she must cause him all the time.
In case you are wondering if Nancy was with her husband when he was arrested late Saturday night, she was not, even though a spokesperson for the Democrat Speaker said that she would not be commenting on the “private” matter.
“The speaker will not be commenting on this private matter which occurred while she was on the East Coast,” the spokesperson said.
Nancy Pelosi took to social media to tweet that she would be delivering the Brown University commencement speech on Sunday afternoon.
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) May 29, 2022
During her speech, Pelosi talked about a lot of things, including the war in Ukraine, the January 6 protest where a riot broke out at the Capitol building for 2-and-a-half-hours that the Speaker referred to as an insurrection, voter suppression and other lies she tells all the time.
She never mentioned her drunk husband, and I am pretty sure District Attorney Chesa Boudin, a George Soros-funded prosecutor, will make sure that Sunday night’s indiscretions with the Speaker’s husband should be a private matter and rules are for suckers.
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