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Washington: Pelosi's husband is living in the United States illegally



 

Washington: Pelosi's husband is living in

the United States illegally


The U.S. Department of

Homeland Security reported that the man accused of attacking Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, is in the United States illegally.


"ICE issued an" immigration detention "permit to Canadian citizen David Dibaby to San Francisco County Jail on November 1 after his arrest on October 28," the department said.



According to the Washington Post, Depabi


  • is a Canadian citizen who entered
  • the United States on March 8, 2008 across the California-Mexico border.


The "immigration detainer"


  • is a notice issued by the Department of Security to federal
  • state and local law enforcement agencies informing them that
  • ICE plans to take over the custody of the arrested individual.



Paul Pelosi was discharged from hospital

having undergone surgery last Friday due to cracked skull and cuts to his hands after being beaten using a hammer by Depaby, who broke into the Pelosi's home in San Francisco.



Biden links attack on Paul Pelosi to Trump speech



US President Joe Biden used his closing speech before the midterm election to warn against his predecessor Donald Trump's speech, which led to the assault of Paul Pelosi, the speaker's husband.


Trump's great falsehood that the 2020 election was stolen, according to Biden



was the driving force behind both the attack on Pelosi and the Capitol, stating that it was "a lie that has led to a serious upsurge in political violence and voter intimidation over the past two years."


Biden preemptively denounced any Republican who will not accept the results of the midterm elections scheduled to take place next Tuesday, arguing that the looming competition concerns a much larger issue than any of his specific policies, adding: "We will have our differences. But there is something else at stake, democracy per se ".


On assaulting Nancy Pelosi's husband

Biden repeated the words of the attacker:


"Where is Nancy? Where is Nancy?

", Before reminding Americans that "these are the same words that the gangsters used when they broke into the Capitol."

On January 6, 2021.




Pelosi's husband leaves hospital after being assaulted


CNN reported that Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband left the hospital, after suffering serious injuries and was treated for the attack on his wife, for which he was the victim.


Paul Pelosi underwent surgical work last Friday due to cracking of the skull and cuts to his hands after being beaten using a hammer.


Paul's attack is known to have taken place on October 28.

A suspect, an illegal immigrant from Canada, was arrested and charged with attempted kidnapping of a United States official.