Kari Lake, the Republican candidate for governor of Arizona, on Monday revealed Friday’s assault on the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat.
“It’s not impossible to protect kids at school. They behave like they are,” Lake said in a campaign that stopped in the middle of her “Ask Me Anything” tour.
“Nancy Pelosi — well, when she’s in DC, she’s protected. Apparently her home isn’t very protected,” Lake said, laughing from the crowd and the event host by her side. and gave a round of applause.
The chairman was in Washington DC when an intruder broke into his California home. and attacked Her 82-year-old husband, Paul Pelosi, has a hammer.Paul Pelosi Had surgery A spokesperson for the legislator said he suffered a fractured skull and serious injuries to his right arm and hand.
SuspectDavid DePape allegedly called Nancy Pelosi when she entered the house.
the police said The suspect told officers at the San Francisco Police Department that he wanted to kidnap the chairman and hold him hostage, and that he would break his kneecap if she “lyed”.
At Monday’s event, Lake argued that school children should be protected “if our lawmakers can.”
Former President Trump supported Lake in her Governor’s Bid on Sunday called an attack Paul Pelosi was “a terrible thing” and linked the incident to the Democratic Party’s policy on crime.
Members of both parties point fingers Anything that may have facilitated or contributed to the attack. Democrats called in their Republican colleagues, claiming that fierce political rhetoric against the chairman and her party could foster political violence, and Republicans argued that the Democrats’ criminal policies fostered perpetrators. There is
Former president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., was one of the right-wing figures who made fun of the attack on social media.
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