Judge Offers Nancy Pelosi's Husband The Deal Of A Freaking Lifetime...
A California judge offered Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul, the deal of a lifetime and he freaking jumped at it. The billionaire who seemingly profits primarily off of stocks that his wife oversees wasn't even given a slap on the wrist after atmitting to driving under the influence after crashing his Porsche into another vehicle— Causing significant damage an injury.
If that has been anyone else, the average person, they would spend about 5 years in jail with major fines—But this is Nancy's husband.
How do we feel about this, peasants?
According to court documents, Pelosi gave the responding officers his California Highway Patrol 11-99 (CHP 11-99) Foundation — a pro-police charity — membership card when pulled over. The organization told Fox News Digital earlier this month that it was reviewing Pelosi's membership due to the incident.
Pelosi was later arraigned on a pair of misdemeanor charges in a case that typically begins with a felony booking. According to investigators and Bevins, the speaker’s husband was "cite released" from Napa County Department of Corrections custody — meaning he did not actually have to pay bail to go home.
To add another spit to the face, Pelosi was offered an incredible plea agreement.
Pelosi's plea agreement includes a jail term of five days, although Judge Joseph Solga noted that he already had credit for four days, two from actual time served and two for conduct credits. The remaining day will be covered by an eight-hour work program.
The sentence also includes a three-month drunk driving program, one year with an ignition interlock device, restitution payments, as well as three years of probation.
As part of the agreement, Pelosi pleaded guilty to violating California Vehicle Code 23153(a), and a second charge was dismissed in the interest of justice.
As you can see, Paul Pelosi could even stand without holding on to the patrol car to balance himself. He could have killed someone but I guess that only matters when you're poor. I just wish, for once, that the laws would apply to everyone the same.