Pelosi Asks Priests To Perform Exorcisms At Her Home

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) asked Catholic priests to perform exorcisms in her home shortly after the suspicious attack on her husband.

Pelosi’s husband was attacked in their home, suffering several injuries that required surgery. The criminal allegedly broke into the home looking for Nancy and ended up attacking Paul Pelosi.

During the Incident, the suspect struck Paul Pelosi with a hammer, causing a fracture in his skull and serious injuries to his arm and hands.

Former Speaker Pelosi stated:

“Anyone who’s had a head injury knows that you have to be very careful,” she said. “You have to be careful about movement. You have to be careful about light. You have to be careful about sound. And it just takes a while. You get very tired, but, you know, without going so further into it, but it takes, it will take probably another three or four months, according to the doctors, for him to be really himself.”

The Pelosis’ daughter, Alexandra Pelosi, stated that her mother was upset following the attack and wanted to rid their home of “evil.”

“I think that weighed really heavy on her soul. I think she felt really guilty. I think that really broke her. Over Thanksgiving, she had priests coming, trying to have an exorcism of the house and having prayer services,” she said.

Therefore, Nancy, a Catholic herself, ordered Catholic priests to her Calif., home to perform exorcisms. Recently, she expressed her emotions following the attack on her husband.

“I feel very sad about it because of what happened, but also more sad because the person was searching for me,” Pelosi stated.

Paul Pelosi made his first public appearance since the attack, at the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. Not long ago, Paul was seen attending a celebration of the 2022 NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors, at the White House.

“He’s been out a bit because the doctor said he has to have something to look forward to, and so again, one day at a time,” Nancy said.

In addition, David DePape, the attacker, has pleaded not guilty to all state charges against him. According to the Washington Examiner, the charges include attempted murder, residential burglary, assault with a deadly weapon, elder abuse, false imprisonment of an elder, and threats to a public official.