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Revealed: JFK Worried Pelosi's Dad Was Associated With Organized Crime
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Ed Buck
2021-01-07 01:19:36 UTC
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Grandparents.com describes to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi
as a “Power Nana” who refers to herself in her family as
“Grandma Mimi.” But Pelosi isn’t exactly an average grandma
figure, considering her current corruption dates back to her
upbringing in a politically charged environment heavily tied to
the mafia.

Pelosi’s father, Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., was a close associate
of the notorious mobster Benjamin “Benny Trotta” Magliono, as
well as several other criminals.

Secret deals are nothing new for Pelosi.

Sure, she and her husband have gotten rich off taxpayer
subsidies funneled through a light rail company, but backdoor
deals and corrupt money has always been a part of her family
history.

This “power Nanna” was raised in stinking corruption, and she’s
followed the business of deceit to a tee.

From Friends of Ours:

Nancy Pelosi’s father Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. allegedly was a
“constant companion” of notorious mobster Benjamin “Benny
Trotta” Magliano and other underworld figures during his
political years in Baltimore, MD. D’Alesandro was a Congressman
for five terms from 1938 to 1947, and Baltimore mayor for three
terms from 1947 to 1959. Magliano was identified by the FBI as
one of Baltimore’s “top hoodlums,” and he widely was
acknowledged as the representative for New York’s Frankie Carbo
who made his bones with Murder, Inc. and later became a made guy
in the Lucchese family. The allegations are included in
D’Alesandro’s recently-released FBI files which Friends of Ours
has obtained pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act.

In 1947 the FBI investigated Magliano for securing a draft
exemption from Selective Service for himself and prize fighters
he controlled by falsely representing they had essential
employment at American Ship Cleaning Company which was operated
by John Cataneo. In fact, Magliano and his boxers had no such
employment, and they were convicted with Cataneo in federal
court for their unpatriotic draft-dodging scam. Peter Galiano,
one of the convicted boxers, told the FBI in January 1947 that
“Thomas D’Alesandro was a constant companion of John Cataneo;
Benjamin Magliano . . . and [redacted]”:

It was reported that these individuals had worked hard for
Thomas D’Alesandro’s reelection to Congress and on his campaign
at that time to become Mayor of Baltimore. It was stated that
John Cataneo and Magliano during the time of this campaign were
under Federal indictments for violation of the Selective Service
Act and for fraud against the Government and were subsequently
convicted in Federal court. Cataneo allegedly admitted giving
large sums of money toward the Democratic campaign and stated
that he would receive the sanitation contracts for Baltimore if
Mr. D’Alesandro was elected mayor.

At that time the FBI never investigated D’Alesandro concerning
this or numerous other allegations involving hoodlum
associations and public corruption. Of course, while in
Congress D’Alesandro sat on the appropriations committee and was
a friend of Director J. Edgar Hoover. For example, an FBI memo
dated March 27, 1946 from E. G. Fitch to D. M. Ladd provides:

Supervisor Orrin H. Bartlett advised me that while talking to
Congressman Thomas D’Alesandro, Jr. (D., Md.) on March 26, 1946,
the Congressman advised Agent Bartlett he was running for
Congress again in the fall 1946 election and that in 1947 he was
running for the office of Mayor of Baltimore. Congressman
D’Alesandro advised Agent Bartlett that since he had been on the
Appropriations Committee, he has been back of the Director and
the Bureau one hundred percent, and further, that he was vitally
interested in and completely satisfied with the results of the
Bureau’s work.

Despite excuses from Hoover, allegations continued to pile up
and President John F. Kennedy finally requested in 1961 that
“D’Alesando’s involvement with Baltimore hoodlums; with
favoritism in awarding city contracts; [and] protection for
political contributors and the prosecution of local cases” be
investigated.

According to Friends of Ours, Hoover advised the Baltimore and
Washington Field Offices in a memo on a February 6, 1961,
warning that investigations may show “substantial derogatory
information” that would eliminate D’Alesandro’s chances of
appointment to the US Renegotiation Board, a position President
Kennedy wanted to give D’Alesandro.

The FBI inquiry was therefore vague and lasted only a couple
months. Some witnesses, however, still alleged that D’Alesandro
was a “constant companion” of Magliano and other mobsters,
though further pressing was somehow avoided.

Others accused D’alesandro of protecting criminals and receiving
kickbacks.

Don’t think for one minute though that “Grandma Mimi” escaped
this hotbox of political corruption.

Scandal, in its current form, was in fact her inheritance.

https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/revealed-jfk-worried-pelosis-
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China Biden
2021-01-07 01:49:55 UTC
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Post by Ed Buck
Grandparents.com describes to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi
as a “Power Nana” who refers to herself in her family as
“Grandma Mimi.” But Pelosi isn’t exactly an average grandma
figure, considering her current corruption dates back to her
upbringing in a politically charged environment heavily tied to
the mafia.
Pelosi’s father, Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., was a close associate
of the notorious mobster Benjamin “Benny Trotta” Magliono, as
well as several other criminals.
Secret deals are nothing new for Pelosi.
Sure, she and her husband have gotten rich off taxpayer
subsidies funneled through a light rail company, but backdoor
deals and corrupt money has always been a part of her family
history.
This “power Nanna” was raised in stinking corruption, and she’s
followed the business of deceit to a tee.
Nancy Pelosi’s father Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. allegedly was a
“constant companion” of notorious mobster Benjamin “Benny
Trotta” Magliano and other underworld figures during his
political years in Baltimore, MD. D’Alesandro was a Congressman
for five terms from 1938 to 1947, and Baltimore mayor for three
terms from 1947 to 1959. Magliano was identified by the FBI as
one of Baltimore’s “top hoodlums,” and he widely was
acknowledged as the representative for New York’s Frankie Carbo
who made his bones with Murder, Inc. and later became a made guy
in the Lucchese family. The allegations are included in
D’Alesandro’s recently-released FBI files which Friends of Ours
has obtained pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act.
In 1947 the FBI investigated Magliano for securing a draft
exemption from Selective Service for himself and prize fighters
he controlled by falsely representing they had essential
employment at American Ship Cleaning Company which was operated
by John Cataneo. In fact, Magliano and his boxers had no such
employment, and they were convicted with Cataneo in federal
court for their unpatriotic draft-dodging scam. Peter Galiano,
one of the convicted boxers, told the FBI in January 1947 that
“Thomas D’Alesandro was a constant companion of John Cataneo;
It was reported that these individuals had worked hard for
Thomas D’Alesandro’s reelection to Congress and on his campaign
at that time to become Mayor of Baltimore. It was stated that
John Cataneo and Magliano during the time of this campaign were
under Federal indictments for violation of the Selective Service
Act and for fraud against the Government and were subsequently
convicted in Federal court. Cataneo allegedly admitted giving
large sums of money toward the Democratic campaign and stated
that he would receive the sanitation contracts for Baltimore if
Mr. D’Alesandro was elected mayor.
At that time the FBI never investigated D’Alesandro concerning
this or numerous other allegations involving hoodlum
associations and public corruption. Of course, while in
Congress D’Alesandro sat on the appropriations committee and was
a friend of Director J. Edgar Hoover. For example, an FBI memo
Supervisor Orrin H. Bartlett advised me that while talking to
Congressman Thomas D’Alesandro, Jr. (D., Md.) on March 26, 1946,
the Congressman advised Agent Bartlett he was running for
Congress again in the fall 1946 election and that in 1947 he was
running for the office of Mayor of Baltimore. Congressman
D’Alesandro advised Agent Bartlett that since he had been on the
Appropriations Committee, he has been back of the Director and
the Bureau one hundred percent, and further, that he was vitally
interested in and completely satisfied with the results of the
Bureau’s work.
Despite excuses from Hoover, allegations continued to pile up
and President John F. Kennedy finally requested in 1961 that
“D’Alesando’s involvement with Baltimore hoodlums; with
favoritism in awarding city contracts; [and] protection for
political contributors and the prosecution of local cases” be
investigated.
According to Friends of Ours, Hoover advised the Baltimore and
Washington Field Offices in a memo on a February 6, 1961,
warning that investigations may show “substantial derogatory
information” that would eliminate D’Alesandro’s chances of
appointment to the US Renegotiation Board, a position President
Kennedy wanted to give D’Alesandro.
The FBI inquiry was therefore vague and lasted only a couple
months. Some witnesses, however, still alleged that D’Alesandro
was a “constant companion” of Magliano and other mobsters,
though further pressing was somehow avoided.
Others accused D’alesandro of protecting criminals and receiving
kickbacks.
Don’t think for one minute though that “Grandma Mimi” escaped
this hotbox of political corruption.
Scandal, in its current form, was in fact her inheritance.
https://thefederalistpapers.org/us/revealed-jfk-worried-pelosis-
dad-associated-organized-crime
It's not called the Pelosi Crime Family for nothing. And of course Gavin Newsom
is all wrapped up in it too.

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