Nancy Pelosi summoned priests to perform an exorcism at her home following the alleged hammer attack on her husband, according to the daughter of the former House speaker.
Alexandra Pelosi, the daughter of Nancy Pelosi, recently revealed a devilish detail about how her family reacted to the reported hammer attack on Paul Pelosi in October. The diabolical revelation was made during a New York Times interview that was published on Saturday.
New York Times opinion columnist Maureen Dowd went to lunch with Nancy Pelosi at the swanky Four Seasons. Dowd went out of her way to highlight that Pelosi was dressed in a hot-pink pantsuit with matching 4-inch Jimmy Choo stilettos as she ate a truffle-butter roll and chocolate-covered macadamia nuts.
Discussing the alleged attack on her husband, Pelosi said it was unimaginable having her home turned into “a crime scene.”
Alexandra Pelosi revealed how the reported attack deeply affected her mother.
“I think that weighed really heavy on her soul. I think she felt really guilty,” Alexandra told Dowd. “I think that really broke her.”
Pelosi’s daughter said, “Over Thanksgiving, she had priests coming, trying to have an exorcism of the house and having prayer services.”
Nancy Pelosi was especially upset that there were various conspiracy theories swirling about the bizarre events of Oct. 28, 2022, when Berkeley nudist David DePape reportedly broke into Pelosi’s San Francisco home and hit Paul Pelosi with a hammer despite police officers standing only a few feet away.
“The fact that they were after me and then they hit him,” Pelosi told Dowd. “This has been tough.”
Pelosi said it will be about three or four more months before her husband is “really back to normal.”
Alexandra added, “It’s a miracle that this kind of thing never happened sooner. We were always worried. It’s like your worst fear coming to life.”
DePape has been hit with six state charges attempted murder, residential burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment, threatening the family member of a public official, and elder abuse. He also faces federal charges of attempted kidnapping and assault. DePape had pleaded not guilty to all of the state and federal charges.
DePape waived his right to a speedy trial. He is scheduled to return to court on Feb. 23, 2023, to set a date for his trial.
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