The man who broke into then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home and attacked her husband with a hammer said he’s sorry he “didn’t get more of it.”
David DePape, 42, made the chilling comments in a taped phone interview with local California station KTVU after police body camera footage was released Friday.
“Freedom does not die, it is killed willfully and deliberately,” DePape said. “The ‘people who kill it have names and addresses, so I got their names and addresses so I can pay them a little visit…have a heart-to-heart talk about their bad behavior.”
“I want to apologize to everyone. What I did was very bad. I’m so sorry I didn’t get more of them. It’s my fault. It’s no one else’s fault. I should have come better prepared,” he added.
His message to listeners: “Welcome.”
In the odd parody, DePape said he had “a website with over 300 pages” and that he spent “all my time exposing government corruption online.”
“I am in the process of trying to create a new website out of reach of the tyrannical global racists and their internet censors,” he said.
Oct 28, 2022 attack on Paul Pelosi, 82, left him with serious head injuries. Nancy Pelosi was so shaken after the incident that she cleansed the house with an exorcism.