It was not a good week for Nancy Pelosi.
Republicans finally secured enough seats to topple the Democrat majority and fire Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House.
And now a damning video Nancy Pelosi doesn’t want you to see will change everything.
NBC Bay Area Investigative Reporter Bigad Shaban filed a story describing how sources who saw the bodycam footage from the police officers who responded to the attack at Nancy Pelosi’s home described how the video showed it was in fact Paul Pelosi that opened the door and greeted officers.
“Police body camera video that captured the attack on Paul Pelosi, and the moments leading up to it, contradict one of the details included in the Department of Justice’s account of what happened that evening, according to a source familiar with the Pelosi investigation who personally viewed the body camera footage and spoke to the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit,” Shaban reported.
Shaban also stated that this detail did not change any other facts in the case but it does confirm earlier reporting by NBC correspondent Miguel Almaguer who reported on the “Today Show” that Paul Pelosi opened the door for police and did not retreat out of the house.
BREAKING: Paul Pelosi opened the door for cops, did not flee or declare emergency, walked back to the attacker in the house, then was ATTACKED!? WHAT!? pic.twitter.com/9YfJiaJX9f
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) November 4, 2022
Once Almaguer’s report began circulating online among conservatives NBC deleted the video and suspended Almaguer claiming his report did not meet editorial standards.
NBC never had an explanation as to why that was the case.
But NBC pulling the story allowed the corporate press to run wild with the idea that conservatives spread misinformation and conspiracy theories online.
In a Washington Post piece headlined “NBC retracts erroneous Paul Pelosi story that fueled conspiracy theories,” reporter Paul Farhi claimed this was another episode of the right-wing ecosystem making conspiracy theories go viral.
“One problem: Much of Almaguer’s account was inaccurate, based on flawed information provided by a source who was unnamed in the report, according to people at the network. Those people said Almaguer was incorrect when he reported that the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) gave police no indication he was in danger when he answered the door. In fact, San Francisco police have said that Pelosi was struggling with the intruder, David DePape, when they first saw him,” Farhi wrote.
But Almaguer’s report was not inaccurate.
The Bay Area Investigative Unit stands by their story.
What this story does show is how liberal activists in the corporate press wield the “misinformation” label to lie about conservatives as conspiracy theorists and press for more censorship on social media.
This was not the only story the media labeled a “conspiracy theory” only for it to later turn out to be true.
Journalist Steve Krakauer pointed out that press slimed anyone who said the FBI had informants embedded in groups like the Proud Boys in the lead up to January 6 as a deranged, tin foil hat-wearing lunatic.
The New York Times later reported the FBI placed eight informants inside the Proud Boys and that the number two man in the Oath Keepers was also a Bureau informant.
NYT also reports the FBI “had as many as eight informants inside” inside the Proud Boys, in the months before AND after the January 6 riot.
Despite this, NYT asserts “no evidence has surfaced suggesting that the FBI played any role in the attack.” Yet!https://t.co/rGAfPKdAwn 6/
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) November 17, 2022
These stories all show once again that what the corporate media means when they try and label something misinformation is that it’s just a story that undercuts a narrative the Democrat Party is currently trying to push.
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