Not long ago it was learned that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul Pelosi allegedly attempted to bribe the police by showing his membership card to the The California Highway Patrol 11-99 group during his DUI arrest.
Now it appears the the California Highway Patrol 11-99 (CHP 11-99) Foundation is considering banning Paul and Nancy Pelosi from their organization for Paul’s subtle attempt to bribe them.
According to Fox, the foundation made it very clear that if any member of their foundation attempts to bring its name or property, such as the card Pelosi presented, into the contact of police officers, it would be a clear violation of the rules.
The foundation said that if anyone tried to use membership in exchange for “preferential treatment” would get banned immediately without question.
Spokesperson for the foundation, Laura Reed, told Fox, “We will await the outcome of this trial and will evaluate Mr. Pelosi’s membership status once we have all of the facts. If it is proven he violated our terms and conditions, we will revoke his membership and we would request that all membership items be returned as they are property of the 11-99 Foundation.”
“Once we receive those items, we would issue a refund of any contribution he’s made to the Foundation,” she added.
“These cards are used to identify our members at various public and private events and to show pride in membership and support of the CHP,” Reed added.
Republicans are delighted to see that Speaker Pelosi and her husband weren’t able to bribe their way out of this very dangerous crime.