Unbelievable: Pelosi’s Texting Scandal Rocks Washington, Violated Federal Law

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Is Nancy Pelosi involved in a massive scandal? Our conservative news team has uncovered shocking details about her violation of federal robocalling laws and her controversial comments about former President Donald Trump. You won’t believe what we’ve found! Stay tuned to discover the truth.

Nancy Pelosi, former Speaker of the House, has been caught violating federal robocalling laws and has settled with an Illinois man for $7,500. Her recent comments about former President Donald Trump have also been criticized by legal experts and conservatives. Pelosi’s conduct is just one example of the left’s blatant disregard for the law and the Constitution. The Democratic Party has a history of corruption and abuse of power, including Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and Joe Biden’s questionable dealings with Ukraine.

As a conservative news outlet, we believe it is our duty to report the truth and expose corruption wherever it exists. Our investigation has revealed that Pelosi’s conduct is just the tip of the iceberg. The left’s disdain for the Constitution is evident in their attempts to pack the Supreme Court and abolish the Electoral College. These efforts to undermine our democratic institutions are a threat to our democracy and must be stopped.

The lawsuit, filed by Jorge Rojas, a Bolingbrook resident, alleged that he had received 21 text messages from Pelosi’s campaign despite being on the Do Not Call Registry. The messages were sent between November 2021 and July 2022. Rojas had previously registered on the list to “obtain solitude from invasive and harassing telemarketing calls,” but he still received the text messages. The lawsuit claimed that Pelosi’s campaign had violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, which applies to both calls and text messages. The act, which restricts robocalling and requires telemarketers to avoid calling people who’ve registered themselves on the Do Not Call Registry.

Rojas’s lawsuit sought a minimum of $31,500 in damages from Pelosi’s campaign, including $1,500 for each text message that he received. However, Rojas moved to dismiss the lawsuit in February, a few months after he filed it. According to federal campaign finance disclosures, Rojas received a $7,500 payment marked “settlement” from Pelosi’s congressional campaign, following which he dropped the lawsuit. However, this settlement doesn’t preclude Pelosi from facing further legal or political backlash for violating federal law.

Pelosi’s latest legal troubles come after she made headlines last month for her inappropriate tweet about former President Donald Trump’s indictment by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Pelosi tweeted: “The Grand Jury has acted upon the facts and the law. No one is above the law, and everyone has the right to a trial to prove innocence. Hopefully, the former President will peacefully respect the system, which grants him that right.”

However, this tweet brought her public embarrassment and a fact-check from the social media platform Twitter, which added context about how presumption of innocence works in the US.

Pelosi’s tweet showed her ignorance of the fundamentals of American law related to criminal trials. Law in the US assumes the innocence of an accused person, and it’s the prosecution’s responsibility to prove guilt to secure a conviction. The right to prove innocence, which Pelosi mentioned in her tweet, doesn’t exist in the American legal system, and her fellow Republicans and conservative commentators were quick to call her out for it.

Lee Zeldin, a former Republican candidate for the governor of New York called Pelosi “dead wrong” and criticized her for not understanding the basics of the American legal system. Similarly, Republican Missouri Senator Josh Hawley , pointed out that Pelosi’s tweet was factually incorrect and betrayed her ignorance of the American legal system.

But the criticism didn’t stop there. Many other conservative commentators, including Rudy Giuliani and Fox News host Mark Levin, called Pelosi out for her apparent ignorance of the fundamentals of American law. Giuliani called her “a moron” for implying that Trump had to prove his innocence in court, while Levin likened her comments to those made by Joseph Stalin.

In conclusion, Nancy Pelosi has paid $7,500 in settlement to an Illinois resident who accused her campaign of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Pelosi’s campaign had sent 21 text messages to the resident, who was already on the Do Not Call Registry. These recent events show the extent to which Pelosi and her campaign are willing to disregard federal law and the rights of American citizens. Furthermore, Pelosi’s tweet about Trump’s indictment shows her lack of understanding of fundamental American legal principles, which should be concerning to all Americans. Top news right now – Nancy Pelosi has been caught violating federal law and is now facing the consequences. 

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