Another Chilling Turn in The Bizarre Paul Pelosi Story

Another Chilling Turn in The Bizarre Paul Pelosi Story

Oh, things are getting creepier and creepier with the Paul Pelosi story. A story that has changed so many times, it’s hard to keep up. And mysteriously, a story that was TOP BILLING on every mainstream publication and media outlet, but then suddenly disappeared after an NBC News story aired, which claimed Paul Pelosi calmly answered his front door when officers arrived and told them that everything was fine.

Whoops! That smashed every mainstream media narrative with a hammer — pun intended.

This was yet another strange twist, and as people absorbed the story, they were shocked to learn everything they had previously been told was a lie. But then, just as more questions were being raised, NBC News yanked the story, claiming it was not “up to their standards.”

What standards?

Here’s that video:

Yeah, so it sounds like this report was spot-on, and somebody on Team Pelosi didn’t want THAT stuff to leak out, so they killed the story.

That’s what it sounds like, right?

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And now, we have another very chilling “update” to report. NBC News has just suspended the poor guy who delivered this report.

It’s truly frightening and bone-chilling when you see the lengths that our fake news/propaganda media will go to protect the elites, isn’t it?

The New York Post reported that an NBC “Today” show correspondent has been suspended as the network conducts an investigation into his now-retracted story about the attack on Paul Pelosi.

Journalist Miguel Almaguer has reported that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband didn’t let on that he was in danger when cops showed up at his San Francisco home right before he was assaulted with a hammer.

The correspondent has been suspended for the erroneous story, the Daily Beast’s Confider newsletter reported.

The now-deleted clip said Paul Pelosi, 82, answered the door for cops who responded to a 911 call, but that they were “seemingly unaware they had been called to the home of the speaker of the House.”

Pelosi didn’t “declare an emergency” or try to leave, but instead walked several feet back into the foyer toward David DePape, who had broken into the home and was carrying a hammer, sources told NBC.

Citing sources familiar with the matter, the NBC report said it wasn’t clear what Pelosi’s mental state was or if he had already been hurt.

The report contradicted court documents filed in DePape’s case that said Pelosi “nervously but calmly greeted” officers in a dimly lit foyer where both men stood.

It was later taken down with the explanation: “The piece should not have aired because it did not meet NBC News reporting standards.”

Right-wing media outlets took the report and its retraction as proof of a politically motivated cover-up in the attack, which left Pelosi with a cracked skull.

“We don’t comment on personnel matters,” NBC News rep Stephen Labaton told Confider when questioned about Almaguer, who did not respond to a request for comment by the outlet.

DePape had smashed his way into the home through a rear door looking for the House speaker, who was in Washington, DC.

Well, ever since that story aired and pulled, the Paul Pelosi story has fallen into the black abyss. Also, it’s very telling that NBC is literally leaping through hoops all about “standards” for this story, but has yet to apologize for their sh*tty standards when it came to the Russia hoax reporting.

Does anyone actually believe that this reporter made a “mistake?”

Of course not. He’s being punished for telling the truth.

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