How Pelosi’s Husband Tried To Go Scot-free After Being Pulled Over
New details have emerged on the Paul Pelosi charges weeks after he was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence. Paul, whose wife is Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, handed an “11-99” foundation card when asked for his driver’s license. The foundation is a charity that supports California Highway Patrol families. Clearly, the perpetrator tried to go scot-free by showing his ties to the non-profit. Luckily for law and order, the officers proceeded to arrest Paul, who allegedly smelled like alcohol and slurred his words.
The Biden Recession and Inflation Lies
Jaime Florez, a guest writer for El American and director of communications for the RNC, exposes how the Biden plan to reduce inflation is full of baloney. Biden and Democrats are trying to “Build Back Broke.” Read the insightful op-ed and learn about the weakness of Biden’s plan to fix the recession he and his political party created.
The Radical Rise of the Soros-backed District Attorney
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Andrew Warren has booted off his role as FL Attorney for Hillsborough County after he failed to enforce state laws and the Florida Constitution, according to claims by FL Gov. Ron DeSantis. Warren responded via Twitter, calling his removal “an illegal overreach.”
Warren says the Tampa Bay Times rose to political stardom thanks to the funding of George Soros. He was the “face of criminal justice in Tampa,” beating a longtime incumbent in 2016 and even considering running for FL Attorney General.
Warren is an example of how Soros took over our district attorneys. El American has reported how Soros-funded organizations are now seeking to control conservative Hispanic radio stations.
Note: This article originally appeared in El American’s newsletter on August 5, 2022.
Luis Cornelio is the English Editor-in-Chief at El American. After graduating cum laude from the Colin Powell School for Civil and Global Leadership, he went on to intern at the Heritage Foundation. Most recently he served on President Donald Trump's re-election campaign, writing research articles on topics including law and order, immigration, and the Supreme Court. He also currently works as the Director of Communications for Got Freedom and researcher for the election integrity watchdog Amistad Project. A Dominican-American, he was granted U.S. citizenship in February 2020.
// Luis Cornelio es el English Editor-in-Chief de El American. Después de graduarse cum laude de la Escuela Colin Powell de Liderazgo Civil y Global, pasó a ser pasante de la Heritage Foundation. Recientemente, participó en la campaña de reelección del presidente Donald Trump escribiendo artículos de investigación sobre temas como la ley y el orden, la inmigración y la Corte Suprema. Actualmente trabaja como director de Comunicaciones de Got Freedom y es investigador para el grupo de integridad electoral, el Amistad Project. Un dominicano-americano, se le otorgó la ciudadanía americana en febrero de 2020.