Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi reported that her husband, Paul Pelosi, was treated for injuries sustained in a violent attack last week in which he was struck with a hammer and was discharged from the hospital on Thursday.
According to Pelosi, Paul is still receiving medical attention as he advances through a protracted healing process and convalescence.
He’s presently at home.
According to court filings, police officers who rushed to the break-in early on Friday morning saw Paul Pelosi being hit in the head with a hammer at least once.
The assault, according to officials, was recorded on the policemen’s body cams.
Pelosi was sent to the Trauma Center at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. Speaker Pelosi stated that her husband appreciated “their exceptional and caring life-saving treatment” from the 911 operator who told police to go to the family home, emergency personnel, ICU staff, and the full hospital staff.
The Pelosi family expressed gratitude for the lovely outpouring of support and prayers from all over the world.
An official federal claims that the Canadian man accused of breaking into their home and attacking Paul Pelosi should have been flagged by immigration officials and prevented from entering the country again after exceeding his visa limits more than two decades earlier.
This comes as the Canadian man was just released from the hospital. CNN was the first to disclose Pelosi’s hospital discharge.