In recent news, it has been revealed that Nancy Pelosi’s congressional campaign paid $7,500 to an Illinois man who accused the former Speaker of violating federal robocalling laws.
The man, Jorge Rojas, had filed a lawsuit in October 2022, accusing Pelosi’s campaign of sending him 21 texts between November 2021 and July 2022, despite previously placing himself on the Do Not Call Registry in 2008.
Rojas sought a minimum of $31,500 in damages, including $1,500 for each text message he received, but the lawsuit was dismissed after he received the settlement payment.
This incident highlights the hypocrisy of Pelosi and her party’s disregard for the law. Political campaigns should be held to the same standards as any other citizen and be held accountable for their actions. It is crucial to protect citizens’ privacy and uphold federal laws, and this incident serves as a reminder of the consequences of violating these laws.
It is concerning to see the deceitful tactics used by political campaigns to reach potential voters and gain support, and citizens must remain vigilant and hold their elected officials accountable.