US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr is a fraud, rapist, and child molester. This newspaper can prove.
Paul Pelosi Jr is not only accused by cashing his mother’s position in making multi-billion-dollar business deals with foreign companies, he also is accused of mentally and physically abusing his former girlfriend Karena Apple Feng, and by exerting his mother’s influence Paul Pelosi Jr got Karena Apple Feng’s children forcibly taken away using Child Protective Service and made notorious attempt of molesting and sexually harassing that minor girl. It is further alleged by Karena Apple Feng that Paul Pelosi Jr had forced her in having abortion on several occasions.
About erectile disorder of Paul Pelosi Jr, Karena Apple Feng said: “I only slept with him like once but I was on the same bed with him many nights … He has a medical issue of erectile disorder”.
Karena Feng, a Taiwan-born woman living in San Francisco, alleges that Paul Pelosi Jr. was “abusive” to her, that he forced her to have an abortion by threatening her life, that he conducted foreign business while claiming to be a representative of Nancy Pelosi, and that he engineered Child Protective Services’ seizure of Feng’s four children.
Karena Feng further said, Paul Pelosi Jr. coordinated the fraudulent transfer of the title for her property to an entity called Feng 24th, LLC, which uses her family’s name but has no association to her family. Feng asserts that she never signed any document authorizing a sale.
Feng said that Pelosi Jr., who routinely travels to foreign countries on business trips, represents himself on the phone as the “Office of Nancy Pelosi” in his business dealings.
Pelosi Jr. commanded massive power in San Francisco when he entered Ms. Feng’s life by showing up to her clinic, which shared office space with Feng’s father Edward Feng’s China House Clinic at the 24th and Utah Street property. Feng’s father was a traditional holistic Chinese doctor who trained acupuncturists to get their licenses.
Nancy Pelosi’s only son, Paul Pelosi Jr recently visited Taiwan in her mother’s official entourage being an undocumented passenger, which is similar to Hunter Biden’s trips to Ukraine and many other countries when Joe Biden was Vice President. Both the sons of powerful politicians used official privileges in making hundreds of millions of dollars. Paul Pelosi Jr, who is involved in Lithium trade has already succeeded in getting “business counterparts” in Taiwan and few other Asian nations as his mother has secretly requested those countries to “look into her son”. Taiwanese authorities cannot ignore such request from Pelosi if they are looking for “special favor” from Washington.
This is not the only allegations brought against Paul Pelosi Jr. According to media reports, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s son has reportedly been involved in a fraud and bribery scheme that was investigated by the FBI, according to documents indicating he was the homeowner of the flophouse at the center of the investigation.
In 2007, Pelosi Jr was dubbed the ‘rising prince’ of his family’s political dynasty in a Men’s Vogue profile. His mother is the highest-ranking elected woman in the US while his father is a successful American businessman.
Paul Pelosi Jr has reportedly been linked to at least five business entities under investigation by authorities for alleged fraud.
The 52-year-old Paul Pelsoi Jr., the only son of Nancy and Paul Pelosi Sr., was hired by several firms that were subject to both federal and state probes, and meanwhile has “connections to a host of fraudsters, rule-breakers and convicted criminals”, although he has never been charged himself.
In February 2007, British newspaper Daily Mail said, Paul Pelosi Jr was hired as senior vice president by Omaha-based InfoUSA, a database marketing company that was investigated by the Iowa Attorney General’s Office several years earlier for allegedly selling consumer data to fraudsters.
The data was then used to scam sick and gullible elderly people out of money, it was alleged. The investigation was closed and no arrests were made. Pelosi Jr., who was paid a salary of $180,000 per year, joined the firm after the probe ended.
InfoUSA was founded by Vinod Gupta (also known as Vin Gupta), a major donor to former President Bill Clinton. The Associated Press reported that Gupta and his company were investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2007.
The probe was launched after Gupta was sued by shareholders who allege he misused company funds to fly Bill and Hillary Clinton on private corporate jets.
In 2010, the SEC charged Gupta and two others for “funneling illegal compensation to himself in the form of perks worth millions of dollars.” The case was eventually settled. Gupta did not admit or deny the allegations.
in 2009, Paul Jr. co-founded Natural Blue Resources Inc, an investment company whose stated mission was to “create, acquire, or otherwise invest in environmentally-friendly companies, including an initiative to locate, purify, and sell water recovered from underground aquifers in New Mexico and other areas with depleting water resources”.
But the SEC alleged that the company was secretly run by two convicted fraudsters — James E. Cohen and Joseph Corazzi. In 2014, the agency brought fraud charges against Cohen, Corazzi, former New Mexico Gov. Toney Anaya, and a former executive at the company, Erik Perry.
While Cohen and Corazzi claimed to be “outside consultants,” they in fact controlled the company “without disclosing their past brushes with the law to investors.” Pelosi Jr. reportedly owned more than 10 million shares of the company.
The SEC suspended trading in Natural Blue stock. Pelosi Jr. was never charged. According to DailyMail.com, the SEC acknowledged he did not play a “meaningful role” in one of the firm’s key transactions and even testified in court against those who were indicted.
In October 2013, Pelosi Jr. joined FOGFuels, a biofuel company. Just prior to his being named vice president, the company founder, Paul Marshall, was charged by the SEC for allegedly stealing $3 million from elderly investors.
Marshal was accused of using the money “to pay for a variety of…personal expenses, including luxury vacations, child support and alimony payments, and private school tuition and camps for his children.
FOGFuels was dissolved in 2015. Three years later, Marshall was sentenced to six years in federal prison. He was given a reduced sentence after cooperating with the FBI in a separate bribery cases involving an official in Atlanta.
In 2014, Pelosi Jr. was named independent director at Targeted Medical Pharma, a Los Angeles-based firm. Seven months after his hiring, he quit the company. A year later, the Food and Drug Administration accused Targeted Medical Pharma of testing drugs on people without authorization, according to DailyMail.com.
The company was not subject to further legal action. It insisted that the investigation by the FDA was due to a “clerical issue.”
In the fall of 2014, Pelosi Jr. became “business development executive” of Corporate Governance Initiative. An SEC filing stated that CGI was a “non-profit group” focused on “transparency, capitalism and building sustainable organization[s].””
In December 2015, Pelosi Jr. was promoted to the position of executive director. During his time at CGI, he reportedly established ties with Asa Saint Clair, a New York-based executive who was accused of running a cryptocurrency scam through his charity, the World Sports Alliance.
The Department of Justice alleged that World Sports Alliance was a “sham affiliate of the United Nations.”
“Saint Clair allegedly defrauded investors in IGObit, a digital currency he claimed WSA [World Sports Alliance] was developing, but which turned out to be the fraudulent bait with which to lure victim investors,” the federal prosecutors alleged.
Saint Clair, who was charged with wire fraud, has pleaded not guilty. He faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
Pelosi Jr. endorsed the fake cryptocurrency on its website in January 2018, according to DailyMail.com, writing: “IGOBit is the absolute best offering I have ever seen.”
He has never been charged in connection with IGOBit or Saint Clair.
In July 2016, Pelosi Jr. became a senior adviser at Oroplata Resources, a lithium mining company.
A month before coming on board, Oroplata executives allegedly issued $26 million worth of fraudulent shares and then awarded some of them to themselves and others without board approval.
The allegation was made in a civil lawsuit filed in Nevada in 2018.
Pelosi Jr. is reported to have received 2.8 million of the allegedly fraudulent shares in July 2016, according to DailyMail.com.
Court documents cited by DailyMail.com show that Pelosi Jr. bought the shares for US$2,800 — even though the real market value was between US$4,228,000 and US$5,152,000.
The fraud was allegedly masterminded by Roger Knox, a Swiss asset management firm owner, who was convicted for a “pump-and-dump” scheme totaling US$164 million.
On his LinkedIn page, Pelosi Jr. makes no mention of his prior positions at InfoUSA, Natural Blue Resources, FOGFuels, Targeted Medical Pharma, CGI, and Oroplata Resources.
Pelosi, the powerful Democrat who represents San Francisco, has been accused of profiting off companies which she is responsible for regulating.
Pelosi is one of the richest members of Congress, with an estimated net worth of more than US$106 million.
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