President Biden has condemned an attack on the husband of the leading Democrat, Nancy Pelosi. Last night in Pennsylvania, the President called on Americans to stand up against political violence.

“Every person of good conscience needs to clearly and unambiguously stand up against the violence in our politics regardless what your politics are,” said Biden.

He told the crowd that Paul Pelosi was attacked in his home by a man, David Depape, chanting “Where’s Nancy?”, the phrase used by protesters who stormed the US Capitol on January 6th.

“You know, it’s reported that the same chant was used by this guy they have in custody that was used on January 6th in the attack on the U.S. Capitol. I’m not making this up. This is reported. I can’t guarantee it. I can tell you what’s being reported. And the chant was, “Where’s Nancy? Where’s Nancy? Where’s Nancy?”

Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul is recovering after hammer attack surgery.

“Knowing Paul and Nancy and the families as I do, they’re tough as they come. But we’re praying for him. We’re optimistic for his full recovery,” said Biden.


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