Typically, when a high-profile violent act occurs in America, political figures pause, lay out their talking points, and call for reflection, prayer — and a brief reprieve from politics.
That didn’t happen after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul, was violently attacked with a hammer at their San Francisco home on Friday. Eleven days before a midterm that could reshape who wields power in Congress, many felt there was too much to lose.
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