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Pelosi’s Trail Of Corruption

March 21, 2010
Victor Thorn

When Nancy Pelosi became speaker of the House in 2006, she vowed to “clean the swamp” of congressional corruption. But with the Eric Massa scandal and information that her staff was notified of his questionable behavior five months earlier in October, GOP critics are asking, “What did she know, and when did she know it?”

This brouhaha, however, is simply a distraction in a much darker string of controversies surrounding “the Madame Speaker.” To understand Mrs. Pelosi, we need to first examine her family—the D’Alessandros—who’ve been in control of Baltimore’s political machine for years. Her father, Thomas, is known by some as the most corrupt mayor in Baltimore’s history.

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