A new video of the unusual attack on Paul Pelosi has surfaced, and it may provide some answers.
When and how did the accused assailant of Nancy Pelosi, David DePape, enter her home?
Multiple news sites have received surveillance footage of a guy, likely DePape, aggressively entering the Pelosis’ San Francisco home with a hammer.
Here is the relevant clip:
In the video, DePape is seen removing a rucksack before using a hammer to enter the Pelosi property.
There are vital details to be extracted from this text.
First, we can now see the origins of this entire event with clarity.
In October, when the event happened, social media was abuzz with speculation on how DePape entered the Pelosi house. Some thought that Paul Pelosi, the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, let him inside the residence.
As the above video demonstrates, however, DePape forced his way inside the apartment.
The tape also includes timestamps to assist determine the incident’s duration.
Notably, timestamps on security cameras might be inaccurate or fail to account for time changes, thus the time displayed in the video may not be accurate.
However, these timestamps can still reveal significant information, such as how long it took DePape to initially get into the residence.
When the clip begins, the upper left-hand corner timestamp reads 5:09 a.m. It is 5:10 a.m. when DePape dons gloves and begins pounding on the door with a hammer.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
When DePape really starts ratcheting up the hammer strikes, you can see what appear to be bugs swarming the camera. (It almost looks like a spontaneous rain shower.)
DePape actually enters the house at 5:10 a.m. CONTINUE READING….