by Jim Clayborn | RNN
One of the most bizarre details about the Paul Pelosi attack is that there is no security footage being released to the general public, and the mainstream media is trying to pretend that it is no big deal and that everyone should just move along with the established narrative.
Initial reports from several media outlets that covered the first moments after the weird attack claimed that Pelosi had no security camera systems working, which is of public concern, considering Pelosi is third in line to be President, especially in these troubling times.
The Pelosi’s have so far “declined to release any footage” from the incident, according to the San Fransisco Chronicle..
Jack Posobiec from Human Events found that he could debunk the corporate media storyline that Pelosi “didn’t have any security in place” to capture the most bizarre ‘attack’ that the American public has heard of this close to midterm elections.
In an incident Posobiec cited, New Year’s Eve 2021, Pelosi’s residence was merely vandalized, and yet despite the fact that the Pelosis were not home at the time, the site was still swarming with security — Capitol Police, according to a local guard:
Posobeic’s post raises the question about what happened to the security details during the DePape “break-in.”
“In one of the richest neighborhoods in the United States, it’s very hard to believe that there was no security footage at all.”
And no security guards to stop the alleged assailant, DePape, from entering the grounds and battering windows and doors for several minutes?
Mike Cernovich chimed in with some poignant questions.
And he is not alone.
Now Pelosi’s neighbors too are chiming in — and are questioning why there is no footage, how no alarm was triggered, and how DePape was able to gain entry to the home unmolested.
Neighbor Marjorie Campbell told the DailyMail the Pelosi compound was always teeming with activity and security:
Nancy Pelosi‘s former neighbor is questioning why a violent home invasion triggered no alarms – as security experts condemn the apparent ease with which David DePape broke in, and predict federal protections will be extended to her family.
Residents of tony Broadway Street in San Francisco are used to fleets of black SUVs surrounding the Speaker’s red brick mansion 24/7, a heavy police response to any disturbances, and even their computers getting scrambled by alleged security measures to protect the nation’s Number Three.
So when Marjorie Campbell read that her old neighbor had to call 911 himself while negotiating with a hammer-wielding madman, she was deeply perplexed.
‘There were black cars outside that house, particularly up on Normandie Terrace, all of the time,’ the 66-year-old, who lived opposite the Pelosis for a decade, told DailyMail.com.
‘I don’t distinguish between her being there and not being there. There were always multiple cars.’
Another neighbor questioned how no alarm went off if DePape had truly broken in:
‘Everybody in the neighborhood had alarms on our windows,’ the former neighbor said. ‘So if glass smashed, an alarm went off. We all had alarms that had chimed if the door opened or closed.’
And despite some Democrats claiming Pelosi “had no cameras” or that “they were turned off during the incident,” Politico reported that Capitol Police have access to the security camera feed from Pelosi’s home.
So if events truly occurred as they claimed — and about which the public is so rightfully skeptical — why not dispel so-called “conspiracy theories” by releasing a single frame of it?
UPDATE: To address Politico’s dubious claim that there was “no police body cam footage” of the incident, we quote S.F.P.D. sources:
According to an official San Franciso Police Department press release, the agency does use body cams:
The use of Body Worn Cameras (BWC) is an effective tool a law enforcement agency can use to demonstrate its commitment to transparency, ensure the accountability of its members, increase the public’s trust in officers, and protect its members from unjustified complaints of misconduct. As such, the San Francisco Police Department is committed to establishing a BWC program that reinforces its responsibility for protecting public and officer safety.
The purpose of this Department General Order is to establish the policies and procedures governing the Department’s BWC program and to ensure members’ effective and rigorous use of BWC and adherence to the program. The BWC is a small audio-video recorder with the singular purpose of recording audio/visual files, specifically designed to be mounted on a person. The BWC is designed to record audio and video activity to preserve evidence for use in criminal and administrative investigations (including disciplinary cases), civil litigation, officer performance evaluations, and to review police procedures and tactics, as appropriate.
It is standard procedure for S.F.P.D. officers to wear fully-functioning BWC’s, and they in fact can be disciplined if they turn them off. It will be interesting to see if any officers disgusted by the official DOJ/FBI/DNC narrative speak out on this matter.