Son of Democrat Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, who, like Hunter Biden, seems to have made a career off of his mother’s political stature. Shortly after his mother became the first woman speaker, Paul was hired by InfoUSA for $180,000 a year as its vice president for Strategic Planning. He kept his other full-time day job as a mortgage loan officer for Countrywide Loans in CA, and unlike all of the other InfoUSA employees, he did not report to work at the company’s HQ’s in Omaha, NE. In 2014 one of Paul Jr.’s businesses he co-founded was charged with securities fraud. Pelosi Jr. has served as adviser to Oroplata Resources Inc’s lithium mining program, National Strategies, Bank of America, JP Morgan, Airpatrol Corporation, Freedom Leaf (The Marijuana Legalization Company™), and the NASA Ames Research Center and is the Executive Director of Corporate Governance Initiative.
He traveled to the Ukraine for work as a member of the board of an energy company, Viscoil, and and executive at its related company NRGLab, which also did business in Ukraine. Paul had no prior knowledge or experience in the oil industry, but did graduate Cum Laude from Georgetown U. with a Bachelor of Arts, and holds an MBA with an emphasis in International Business.
President Trump tweeted about it on December 28th, 2019:
Wow Crazy Nancy, what’s going on? This is big stuff! https://t.co/hoHSERKgh9
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 28, 2019
His former girlfriend is suing him over alleged fraud regarding her property, and spoke exclusively to National File about the nature of their relationship. 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 routinely travels to foreign countries on business trips, represents himself on the phone as the “Office of Nancy Pelosi” in his business dealings, and that he engineered Child Protective Services’ seizure of Feng’s four children. Feng supports her claims with text messages and documents presented in this article below.1
Pelosi Jr. has identified himself as the point of contact for the 24th and Utah Street property, which is anticipating a foreclosure sale
Pelosi Jr. has recently claimed to be the point of contact on the decrepit motel, formerly Edward Feng’s China House Clinic, located on the corner of 24th and Utah Street, according to a report from Mission Local News, which reported: “That’s because, per multiple city sources, Paul Pelosi has been dropping by the offices of the Department of Building Inspection, and established himself as the city’s point person for this troubled hotel.”
Mission Local reported in a follow up on the real estate dispute: “In 2016, an outfit called West Edge Halo, Inc., of which Georgina Rodriguez Ramirez is the CEO, sued Feng, claiming she backed out of a deal to sell 1312 Utah. Pelosi is the listing agent in a contract included as an exhibit.
The selling agent was Bill Garlock, a real estate investor with an eye-opening background of his own. More on him in a moment. The suit against Feng was settled. In 2017, the ownership of the building shifted from Feng RE, Inc. — of which she was the sole shareholder — to Feng 24th, LLC. And, while Feng’s name is still affixed to the LLC, it’s not clear she is. The manager of Feng 24th, LLC is Gina Rodriguez, aka Georgina Rodriguez Ramirez.”
A video report by Munchies (1:20 Mark) featured a man stating that the single room occupancy motel is “where you get all the f**king crackheads, prostitutes, hookers, junkies. You get it all right here.”
“I really wish I never had to associate with Paul Pelosi Jr. and I find nothing but trouble with him, let alone ‘hallucination’ allegations against me to justify illegally taking my children,” Karena Feng said.
During an appearance on One America News Network, National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley discussed his reports on the allegedly corrupt business dealings of Paul Pelosi Jr. in Ukraine, as well as his successful attempt to have his ex-girlfriend’s children taken by Child Protective Service.