Democrat Narrative on Pelosi Attack Crumbles as Suspect’s Ex-Partner Reveals He’s ‘Very Progressive’

Democrats and their allies in the corporate media have pounced on the recent incident involving Paul Pelosi and claimed that the attack was politically motivated and inspired by President Donald Trump and Republicans.

While that narrative has seemed increasingly unlikely based on the facts about the suspect, David DePape, the timing has certainly been convenient considering the critical midterm elections are just days away.

Democrats have been desperate to link the incident to Jan. 6 and Republicans before voters cast their ballots.

However, the “extreme MAGA Republicans” narrative has just been blown out of the water as DePape’s ex-partner has revealed that the suspect is “very progressive.”

Aside from the facts that he is a nudist activist and appears to live in a stereotypical Berkeley hippie community that is adorned with “Black Lives Matter” and LGBT “pride” signs, the assurance of his former partner that he’s “always been” a leftist only makes the official narrative more difficult to believe.

DePape’s “ex-life partner,” Oxane “Gypsy” Taub, spoke about him in an interview with KGO-TV from prison.

She is currently serving a 20-year sentence for stalking and attempting to abduct a 14-year-old boy with whom she became infatuated in 2018.

Like DePape, Taub is also “a well-known nudist activist,” according to the report Sunday.

Taub told KGO she and DePape were both staunch progressives.

“Well when I met him, he was only 20 years old, and he didn’t have any experience in politics, and he was very much in alignment with my views and I’ve always been very progressive,” she explained when asked whether he had ever shown animosity toward politicians.

“I absolutely admire Nancy Pelosi,” she added.

Taub also said DePape had once gone missing for a year.

She said that when he returned home, he had become deranged and paranoid.

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“He came back in very bad shape,” she said.

“He thought he was Jesus.

“He was constantly paranoid, thinking people were after him.

“And it took a good year or two to get back to, you know, being halfway normal.”

“He is mentally ill. He has been mentally ill for a long time,” said Taub — a woman who fell in love with a teenager and tried to abduct him when she was in her late 40s.

That was the company DePape kept.

Also, consider the fact that a far-left Democratic state senator, who once suggested mandatory drag shows for children and pushed legislation to legalize “gay sex” between adults and minors, admitted he knew of the alleged Pelosi attacker.

“I’ve been aware of him for a long time,” California Sen. Scott Weiner said of DePape in an interview with KGO last week.

“He was associated with the public nudity folks in the Castro,” Weiner explained, referring to San Francisco’s famed Castro district, a hub of LGBT activism and community for decades.

Weiner, clearly up to date on the party line about the Pelosi attack, however, declared that DePape had “clearly” just gotten brainwashed by “QAnon” since his days of demonstrating for public nudity in a neighborhood known for its drag queens and bondage fetish fashion.

“But he clearly, in recent years, got completely brainwashed by right-wing conspiracy theories, about anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, QAnon kind of stuff,” the state senator said, without evidence.

“And that is absolutely what led him to target Speaker Pelosi.”

Does anyone actually believe this?

From questions about the Pelosis’ security to inconsistencies in the 911 dispatcher’s account to reports about DePape, there are many factors to this story that don’t add up.

This is certainly a fitting example for us just days before the midterms of how the Democrats have been gaslighting the American people for years.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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