Nancy Pelosi’s Son Avoids Federal Charges Again After Being Linked to Money Laundering Scheme

This is yet another instance where a Democrat or someone endorsed by the Democratic party faces no consequences for their actions.

Paul Pelosi Jr., the son of Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Paul Pelosi Sr., has been connected to Bill Garlock and Gina Rodriguez, individuals involved in financial schemes associated with a flophouse in San Francisco’s Mission District, which Paul Jr. allegedly owned.

Apparently, there are documents indicating that Jr. offered bribes to obtain building permits in the area, as reported by the Daily Mail.

Garlock and Rodriguez allegedly deceived individuals by making promises of real estate developments, convincing investors to send them a sum exceeding $1 million in total.

Paul Pelosi Jr. appeared as the selling realtor in numerous transaction records and appeared to be closely associated with Garlock and Rodriguez. He also had connections with the original owner of the flophouse, Karena Feng, who filed a lawsuit against Paul Jr. in 2019, alleging his involvement in aiding Garlock and Rodriguez in defrauding her of the property.


Also, did you know this is the SEVENTH time that Paul Pelosi Jr. has been linked to federal crimes?

In 2022, the New York Post detailed how Jr. allegedly worked for five separate companies under federal investigation for fraud, including InfoUSA in 2007. InfoUSA, established by prominent Clinton supporter Vin Gupta, was scrutinized for fraudulent activities, but the case was settled.

In 2010, Paul Jr. co-established Natural Blue Resources, an investment company specializing in aquifers and water harvesting. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) launched an investigation into the firm suspecting it might have been secretly operated by two convicted fraudsters. Nonetheless, Paul Jr. testified against these individuals and was ruled to never have a “meaningful role” in certain key transactions.

Paul Pelosi Jr. has been linked to several companies under federal scrutiny for fraud, including FOGFuels, Targeted Medical Pharma – investigated for unauthorized drug testing on individuals, Corporate Governance Initiative – where he established connections with fraudster Asa Saint Clair, and Oroplata – a lithium mining company. In the case of Oroplata, Paul Jr. purchased shares for $2,800 each, despite their actual value being in the millions.

Paul Pelosi Jr. has never faced any charges or accusations. If this were Donald Trump Jr. or Eric Trump, they would likely be imprisoned by now and dominating national headlines for months.

However, because it involves Nancy Pelosi’s son, there’s hardly a whisper about the matter.

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By Hunter Fielding
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