A California law enforcement association has revoked Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul Pelosi’s lifetime membership following his recent drunk driving conviction.
The California Highway Patrol 11-99 (CHP 11-99) Foundation kicked Pelosi out of the group because of his conduct during his May DUI arrest.
As Slay News previously reported, Paul Pelosi flashed his membership card to the arresting officer in an attempt to “get out of jail free.”
However, the move “reflected poorly” on the group, the foundation said in a statement.
The group also revealed that it is refunding all donations it received from Nancy Pelosi’s disgraced husband.
CHP 11-99 Foundation informed Pelosi of his termination in a letter.
The group issued a statement that said:
“After evaluating the events that led to Mr. Pelosi’s arrest and conviction, we are revoking Mr. Pelosi’s lifetime membership with the CHP 11-99 Foundation effective immediately.
“A letter to Mr. Pelosi informing him of this termination was mailed out yesterday.
“The mere presentation of his 11-99 Foundation identification credentials to law enforcement made it appear that he was presenting them for preferential treatment whether that was the case or not which violates the terms and conditions he agreed to on his membership application.
“These actions reflected poorly on the 11-99 Foundation and undermined our important mission.
“In our letter to Mr. Pelosi, we requested that he return all membership items he was issued upon joining the 11-99 Foundation.
“Once we receive all membership items back, he will be refunded what he has donated.
“This is the standard process we follow for any membership termination.
“We’d like to remind all our members and the public that the purpose of 11-99 membership is to show support for the sacrifice and life-saving work CHP employees carry out daily across the state to keep our families safe.
“We will continue to evaluate any violation of our membership terms and conditions that is brought to our attention with due process and revoke any member who is found to violate those terms.
“The overwhelming majority of our members truly support the 11-99 Foundation because of the work we do to support grieving spouses, families whose children have been diagnosed with a terminal illness, and temporary housing for CHP families who lost homes due to wildfires or other natural disasters, and our vocational and academic scholarship program for CHP children.
“We are proud that over the past forty years we have provided more than $45 million in assistance to CHP employees and their children.
“We value our members’ support and will continue to protect our mission and uphold our policies and procedures moving forward,” the statement said.
Paul Pelosi was too drunk to even walk. He could’ve seriously hurt someone. Here’s his DUI video. pic.twitter.com/G1XaD8LkEY
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) August 23, 2022