Watch: San Francisco heckler asks Pelosi about stock trading tips, ties her son may have with Hunter Biden

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi got a taste of her own party’s notorious behavior while grabbing a drink at a San Francisco restaurant this Saturday.

Specifically, a gentleman who was also at the same establishment decided to approach her table and start pummeling her with the sort of tough, pointed questions that one would expect journalists — real journalists — to ask.


“Nancy, can you tell us why we have 150 billion dollars going to Ukraine when we have homeless on our streets in your own city? Nancy, can I get some stock trading tips on how to get semi-conductors in Taiwan. Nancy, is your son involved with Hunter Biden?” the gentleman asked.

Pelosi meanwhile stared back at him with a smile. At one point she attempted to reply, but all of her groupies were so loudly busy trying to get rid of the gentleman that it was impossible to tell what she was saying.

While the first question was self-explanatory, the other two could use a little bit of an explanation.

Regarding stocks, what’s known is that as of 2020, Pelosi and her husband, real estate developer and investor Paul Pelosi, had accumulated a combined $315,000,000 in wealth, much of it earned from making seemingly perfect stock market plays.

In fact, according to Fox News host Jesse Watters, the couple’s wealth didn’t explode until precisely after Paul pushed her into politics, “helping her get elected to Congress in 1987.” Once that happened, their cash flow erupted like a volcano.

“The couple has timed the market perfectly over the years while Nancy’s been a Washington insider,” Watters explained on Fox News’ “Watters World” back in 2021.

“Real, estate stocks — the Pelosis always know what the right investment is. Since getting married, they’ve acquired a mansion in Napa Valley, a vineyard home worth up to 25 million — [a] real luxury,” he added.

Regarding President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, no evidence has emerged suggesting Pelosi’s son, Paul Pelosi Jr., is involved with him.

However, evidence has emerged suggesting that her son has been profiting off of her name just as Hunter has been profiting off of his father’s name.

Late last year, for example, he tagged along as his mother flew to Taiwan on a diplomatic trip, drawing questions from Watters and other critics.

“We told you about Hunter’s escapades from being bribed with Chinese diamonds to funding a Russian sex trafficking ring, but we just found out Hunter has some competition. His name? Paul Pelosi, Jr. As far as we can tell, he’s never had a real job. The kind you have to punch a clock. So, what does Pauly Jr. do all day? Well, last week, Nancy snuck little Pauly on her plane to Asia,” Watters said at the time.

“His name wasn’t listed as part of the official delegation. They didn’t want you to know Paul went to Asia with his mom, but if you look closely at the photos, there he is, Pauly P. Jr., about as unqualified as Hunter with all the big dogs there in Asia. He was also caught by foreign photographers in Singapore and Japan,” he added.

But why did he come along?

“Pauly Jr. is on the payroll of two lithium mining companies and Asia just happens to be a lithium gold mine, and Taiwan just happens to be a world leader in lithium battery production. He’s also heavily invested in Singapore’s energy sector,” Watters reported.

This all seems very coincidental, no?

Dovetailing back to the beginning of this story, it was reported that Pelosi “got a taste of her own party’s notorious behavior.”

This was a reference to calls by Democrats for their base to harass Republicans, particularly members of the Trump administration.

Recall when in 2018, California Rep. Maxine Watters proudly urged MSNBC’s audience to harass Trump administration officials until they stepped down from their posts.

“I want to tell you, these members of his cabinet who remain and try to defend him, they won’t be able to go to a restaurant, they won’t be able to stop at a gas station, they’re not going to be able to shop at a department store,” she said.

“The people are going to turn on them. They’re going to protest. They’re absolutely going to harass them until they decide that they’re going to tell the president, ‘No, I can’t hang with you.’ This is wrong. This is unconscionable. We can’t keep doing this to children.’”

Pelosi never condemned Waters nor her remarks. And now, five years later, she’s getting a taste of the same treatment — and as far as some critics are concerned, she deserves every bit of it.



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