One of her old neighbors is confused by the home invasion assault on Nancy Pelosi’s husband.
In an interview with the Daily Mail published on Tuesday, Marjorie Campbell voiced her shock at the occurrence of the crime.
The former neighbor described a continual security presence outside the property.
A 42-year-old man is accused of breaking into the Pelosi residence early Friday morning, hitting Paul Pelosi with a hammer, and threatening to face the Speaker herself.
‘There were black cars outside that house, particularly up on Normandie Terrace, all of the time,” Campbell said of her experiences as a Pelosi family neighbor.
“When she was there, there certainly was a huge presence. And my impression was that the house was constantly monitored.”
The night of the house invasion, Nancy Pelosi was out of town.
After Paul Pelosi placed a 911 call from a toilet phone, San Francisco Police eventually came and discovered suspect David DePape battling with the 82-year-old Pelosi over a hammer.
Campbell observed that the Pelosi family’s security detail was always stationed outside their residence, regardless of the Speaker’s location. Former neighbor currently resides in Utah.
“I don’t distinguish between her being there and not being there. There were always multiple cars.”
Campbell was the Pelosis’ neighbor on Broadway Street in San Francisco for ten years, according to the Daily Mail.
The circumstances surrounding the home invasion attack on the husband of a lady who is third in line for the president have prompted doubts about her residence’s security.
Tony Schiena, a private security specialist, told the Daily Mail that Pelosi’s home protection is terribly insufficient.
The former CIA agent called the intrusion as an “obvious security failure for the family of a high-profile politician to be so vulnerable and exposed.”
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Campbell described the Pelosi family’s security measures as so stringent that they interfered with her own electronic devices. CONTINUE READING…