This story keeps getting weirder and weirder. Everyone was left scratching their heads after reports of an attack on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s husband went public – this alone was enough to draw attention but now it seems there’s even more to this unbelievable story.
Pelosi’s daughter recently revealed that the family had sought out professional spiritual intervention in the form of an exorcism for their San Francisco townhouse following the attack. Yep – you heard right: this was no ordinary police investigation; this was a battle between good and evil taking place in Pelosi’s home! Priestly intervention was obviously necessary to help lift whatever invisible force may have been behind this mysterious incident – we don’t know yet what exactly this demonic siege was about, but one thing is for sure: this isn’t a story you hear every day!
After her husband was viciously attacked, by 42-year-old David DePape, Nancy Pelosi tried to excommunicate evil spirits from her San Francisco townhouse. Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her daughter, Alexandra, made a stunning admission to the New York Times about their own private exorcism.
But this whole story may be a desperate attempt to grab sympathy and headlines as we’ve learned this may be a complete fabrication.
On Sunday morning, FOX and Friends Weekend reported that there was no exorcist at the Pelosi residence. Local Catholic authorities confirmed the story.
Rachel Campos-Duffy, FOX and Friends Weekend host, then added this reality check to the story saying her radical anti-Life position should weigh more heavily on her soul because she is not allowed to receive Communion in San Francisco.
Who lies about having an exorcism? As it turns out, Nancy Pelosi that’s who. This controversial and captivating story was initially imagined as news, with the former House Speaker admitting to The New York Times that she had summoned an exorcist to combat evil forces in her San Francisco home after her husband was attacked. The details of the story kept getting weirder and more unbelievable each day but all that changed over a report by FOX and Friends Weekend on Sunday confirming there was no exorcist present at Pelosi’s house – instead it was just another fabricated attempt by Pelosi to generate sympathy and attention. The Catholic Church also confirmed this fabrication, leaving no doubt as to Nancy Pelosi’s willingness to lie about anything and everything.
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