After DUI debacle, Paul Pelosi gets kicked out of police charity organization

Paul Pelosi, husband of Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), is just now facing the fallout from his DUI accident and subsequent arrest last month.

According to the Washington Examiner, Pelosi, a California police mega-donor with a fancy “platinum” lifetime donor card that he flashed to get out of his law-breaking incident, will no longer be entitled to that card, as he was booted from the very organization that issued it. 

CHP 11-99 announced in a statement this week that Pelosi’s donor card had been revoked, citing a violation of its “terms and conditions.”

The revocation is the latest in a series of embarrassing news stories concerning the murky details of his arrest.

The statement

“After evaluating the events that led to Mr. Pelosi’s arrest and conviction, we are revoking Mr. Pelosi’s lifetime membership with the CHP 11-99 Foundation effective immediately. A letter to Mr. Pelosi informing him of this termination was mailed out yesterday,” the organization wrote.

Yikes, right? They even called him out for flashing the donor card to the arresting officers at the scene.

The organization added: “The mere presentation of his 11-99 Foundation identification credentials to law enforcement made it appear that he was presenting them for preferential treatment whether that was the case or not which violates the terms and conditions he agreed to on his membership application.”

“These actions reflected poorly on the 11-99 Foundation and undermined our important mission. In our letter to Mr. Pelosi, we requested that he return all membership items he was issued upon joining the 11-99 Foundation as an Original Lifetime Member in 2003 (equivalent now to our Classic Member since we only had one membership level at that time). ”

Pelosi’s punishment

While the Napa Valley DA seemingly suppressed the case and the details surrounding his arrest for far too long, most of the information, including the bodycam footage of the arrest and other details were all released earlier in the week.

Pelosi, after pleading guilty to one charge of DUI involving a crash, was sentenced to three years of “probation,” though not probation in the traditional sense, and five days in “jail,” of which he was credited for time served for the short time he was at the police station.

He will finish out his final day of “jail” by providing 8 hours of community service.

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