Pelosi’s Ex-Neighbor Claims Security Was Always Present At Speaker’s Mansion

The tale of Paul Pelosi’s alleged assault only gets more perplexing as further details come to light.

Former Pelosi neighbor Marjorie Campbell is one of many people who are confused about how the crime was able to occur in the first place.

Speaking with the Daily Mail in an article published Tuesday, Campbell painted a picture of a strong and constant presence of security detail.

“There were black cars outside that house, particularly up on Normandie Terrace, all of the time,” the 66-year-old, who was a neighbor of Pelosi for a decade, told the outlet.

“I don’t distinguish between her being there and not being there. There were always multiple cars.”

Reported details of what happened that day paint a strange picture. Recent findings include that the suspect, 42-year-old David DePape, is a longtime illegal alien who once lived in a Berkeley, California hippie commune. His former partner additionally called him “mentally ill” and said that for a period of time DePape believed he was Jesus Christ himself.

Despite these reported facts, White House occupant Joe Biden ridiculously implied that the attack was committed by a right-wing extremist inspired by Republican rhetoric.

“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,” said Biden. “I’m not making this up.”

“This is reported. I can’t guarantee it. I can tell you what’s being reported,” he continued. “The chant was ‘Where’s Nancy!? Where’s Nancy!? Where’s Nancy!?’

Pelosi’s former neighbor, who now lives in Utah, told reporters that the Pelosi security crew would stay at the residence regardless of their whereabouts.

“I don’t distinguish between her being there and not being there. There were always multiple cars.”

Former CIA agent and longtime private security worker Tony Schiena told the Daily Mail that the home invasion and subsequent assault was an “obvious security failure for the family of a high-profile politician to be so vulnerable and exposed.”

One video shared on social media by CBS reporter Ryan Yamamoto showed a shattered window in the Pelosi home.

Campbell said that the security measures in place to protect the Pelosis went so deep that they even messed with her own technology.

“There was monitoring equipment to make sure that residents couldn’t be spied on remotely from any place in the neighborhood, which involved something that interfered with our computer,” explained Campbell.

DePape is now facing federal charges for the alleged assault, according to the Department of Justice.