Last night, President Trump tweeted an investigative video produced by OANN (One America News Network). The video revealed a curious trip Nancy Pelosi’s oil executive son Paul took to Ukraine, which included clips from a video showing Speaker Pelosi promoting her son’s oil company.

“Wow Crazy Nancy, what’s going on? This is big stuff!”

We all know that Facebook, Twitter, and Google are in the business of censoring conservatives, but this afternoon, Melissa A. actually caught Twitter on video in the act of removing 10K “likes” (the number on the far-right, that’s shown next to the heart shape) and over 4K comments (on the far left next to the comment bubble) in real-time on President Trump’s tweet about Nancy Pelosi’s son.


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That’s not all…last night, The Gateway Pundit reported about President Trump’s Twitter account being temporarily shut down. After reports of his account being shut down were circulated around on social media, his account was restored.

President Donald Trump’s Twitter account appeared to be either down or suspended for several minutes on Friday evening.

According to The Gateway Pundit’s Cassandra Fairbanks, his account was down for about 5 minutes.

On December 13, 100 Percent Fed Up reported about Nancy Pelosi’s son’s curious trip to Ukraine while sitting on the board of an oil company.

While all eyes are on Hunter Biden, another privileged son of a prominent Democrat, Paul Pelosi, Jr., who was sitting on the board of an oil company, took a trip to Ukraine in 2017. Perhaps Nancy Pelosi has a legitimate reason for staying quiet about the sweetheart deal Joe Biden’s son Hunter got when he landed a spot on the board of Ukraine energy company, Burisma Holdings.

According to Patrick Howley, In 2017, Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr. visited Ukraine, where he met with government officials in connection to a business initiative. Now, unearthed records reveal that Paul Pelosi Jr. was an executive of a gas industry company that did business in Ukraine – and his mother, Nancy Pelosi, was featured in one of the company’s promotional videos.

Pelosi, executive director of the Corporate Governance Initiative, was asked why he was in Kiev.

“Today we’re here to talk about soccer,” Pelosi said.

“We recently got an endorsement from the world sports alliance and we’ve spoken with the Ukraine government about collaboration for soccer for young people,” he said.

“Ukraine has a great history in soccer, and we hope to share in that tradition going forward.”

The American Mirror was able to retrieve a portion of Pelosi’s appearance. They tweeted the video here:

Paul Pelosi Jr. said he was in the country talking about “certain investment banker things related to soccer.”

He added his organization work to “bring people together in a spirit of cooperation.”

In September 2010, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was seen in a video, using her position as a prominent U.S. lawmaker to promote her son Paul’s business, Viscoil Corp., LLC.

After Nancy plugged her son’s business, her son Paul Pelosi, spoke about the success of the company where he is a board member, “My name’s Paul Pelosi. Of course, I’m on the board of Viscoil. And Viscoil is here today to talk about accelerating the future. It’s about using cars in a more efficient manner. It’s about utilizing natural resources, whether it be electricity, or gas, or fossil fuels in a more efficient way. And Viscoil is a part of that solution.”

“That’s what Viscoil does. It utilizes technology to maximize the use of natural resources, like oil and other resources,” Pelosi claimed in the promotional video with his mom.

Here’s the original video that was shared in part by OANN the video above:

Tell us, Crazy Nancy. What was your oil executive son doing in Ukraine? And why is Twitter so eager to keep President Trump from sharing his concern about your son’s trip to Ukraine with his 68 million followers?

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