Nancy Pelosi, Elon Musk Spread Conspiracy Theory, Blame


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has clarified Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, for spreading misinformation about her recent attack on her husband.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Nancy Pelosi criticizes Elon Musk conspiracy theories

Nancy Pelosi sat down with Anderson Cooper in a CNN interview on Monday, accusing Elon Musk of sharing a right-wing conspiracy theory in the attack on her husband Paul Pelosi.

She said, ‘It is truly a pity for the country that such prominent people are so blatantly ignoring the facts and the truth’.

Moreover, she said, ‘It’s traumatic for those affected by it. They obviously don’t care about it. It is destructive to the unity we want to have in our country. It is destructive to the unity we want to have in our country.’

The California House of Representatives went on to say, ‘You can think of some responsibility, but just for the sake of joking, it’s really shocking to see the reaction of the opposition.’

“In our democracy, there is a party that doubts the election results and ridicules the violence that ignites the fire,” Pelosi said. I have to quit’

She said, ‘I have nothing to say to them. There would be no common ground for any conversation.’

Meanwhile, an intruder broke into Pelosi’s San Francisco home on October 28. The invaders attacked her husband Paul Pelosi. Also, the intruder asked ‘Where is Nancy?’ Before he hits Pelosi with a hammer.

What did Elon Musk say about Nancy Pelosi’s husband?

Elon Musk shared on social media a conspiracy theory related to the attack on US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul Pelosi.

‘The Republican Party and its spokespersons now regularly spread hate and frenzy conspiracy theories,’ he said. It is shocking, but not surprising, that violence is the result. As citizens, we must be held accountable for the words and actions that follow them.’

He pointed out in the caption that ‘there could be more possibilities for this story.’

Since then, Musk has deleted the tweet after Hillary Clinton criticized the Republican Party for spreading “hate and crazy conspiracy theories.”

‘It’s shocking, but not surprising, that violence is the result,’ she said. As citizens, we must be held accountable for the words and actions that follow them.’

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