What to know about the attack on Speaker Pelosi’s husband
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As expected, Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Peter, was stabbed in the neck with a butcher knife in the Capitol.
Mr. Pelosi’s top policy director said Sunday that she and her husband had no idea he had been stabbed and has called it an “senseless terrorist attack.”
Mr. Pelosi, the fourth-ranking member of the House of Representatives, described Mr. Pelosi as someone who was focused on the important things; she said he was not focused on politics.
Mr. Pelosi said that she had been briefed on the attack on Mr. Pelosi’s life. He was stabbed in the neck by a suspect described as a “person of interest.”
I’ve been there before, as a friend of that guy’s. I’ve seen it. To be a woman, you can’t be the most important person on Earth. That’s why you can be an attractive woman, or an attractive attractive woman, or an attractive girl or woman.
Here’s a guy named Andy and I went to high school with him. We hung out for two years and then we went our separate ways. He never did anything to me, but he was friends with a lot of guys that were into drugs and stuff.
And then he’s going to school for firemen and he gets this job as a fireman. He’s like, “I’ve got to go, it’s my job, this is my life and I’m going to make it better as a firefighter,” and he does.
The people saying that we didn’t need to replace her are just really fucking stupid. They don’t have a clue. You can’t just be someone who speaks in all kinds of ways over the top of you and expect all kinds of people to just go along with it. You have to be a person of substance, and Pelosi is a person of substance. She speaks what she thinks. She has