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Suspect who assaulted Nancy Pelosi’s husband posted on QAnon, defended Trump, Kanye, questioned elections and more

On Friday, a suspect who was arrested by the San Francisco police as he was assaulting Paul Pelosi with a hammer in their San Francisco home, when Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in Washington D.C., has been identified. He has apparently made racist and rambling posts online. He was arrested at the San Francisco home of Paul and Nancy Pelosi, on early Friday, by the San Francisco police.

District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said that multiple felony charges would be filed and are expected to include the following:
Attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, threatening the family member of a public official, and elder abuse.

On Friday, after identifying David De Pape, 42 San Francisco Police Chief William Scott also said, “This was not a random act. This was intentional—and it’s wrong.”

 

Although a motive has not been released by the authorities, outlets have outlined his social media posts, blogs and activities in the Bay Area. David Pape has questioned the 2020 election results and has defended Donald Trump, in his social media posts and blogs. He has also echoed conspiracy theories floated by right-wing group QAnon, a far-right extremist group, some of whose members have been charged for their role in the Jan. 6 insurrection.

David DePape lived in British Columbia, before he left for San Francisco, following an older girlfriend. The 42-year had lost contact with his family. His street address was listed as a street in Berkeley, in the Bay Area and led to a UPS Store post office box.

 

On Friday, The San Francisco Chronicle published photos that identified DePape in the nude outside city hall. He and dozens of others were celebrating the wedding of pro-nudity activist—Gypsy Taub, who has not responded, when asked for comment by various outlets.

In a 2013 article, the Chronicle described David DePape as a “hemp jewelry maker.” He lived with Taub in a flat in the college town of Berkeley, California. Taub hosted a show on local public access TV called “Uncensored 9/11.” She appeared naked in the show and peddled conspiracy theories on the 2001 terrorist attacks calling them “an inside job.”

David DePape posted blogs and social media posts as he became enamored with far-right extremist views and conspiracy theories. He posted rants on several diverse topics such as technology, conspiracy theories, aliens, communists, religious minorities, elites, gun rights, COVID vaccines, wearing masks and more.

He echoed QAnon conspiracy theories and defended two prominent people: Donald Trump and Kanye West, who is known as Ye, in his social media posts and blogs. Kanye West has recently been dropped by several businesses and friends for his antisemitic comments.

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