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Pelosi’s California: Silicon Valley burned-out shell of a home for sale, $800,000

Crazy Nancy Pelosi just may be on to something when she compared Trump tax cut-fueled $1,000 bonus checks to mere “crumbs.”

After all, Pelosi is the richest women in both houses of Congress.

Her estimated worth? A cool $43.4 million pelosiaccording to OpenSecrets.com.

So maybe a thousand clams really is nothing more than just pocket change to the likes of Pelosi and the rest of her Limousine Liberal pals.

But for a better idea of what exactly Joe and Jane Lunchbox have to deal with living in the Soviet Socialist Golden State, a recent report from KABC-TV (Los Angeles) paints a much gloomier picture than the vast majority of Americans could never imagine their hometown.

With San Jose located at the tail-end of California’s famed (and über-expensive) Silicon Valley, the city named in honor of Saint Joseph is literately just down the road from Pelosi’s 12th Congressional District.



As KABC cited;

An uninhabitable burned-out home in San Jose went up for sale at the price of $800,000.

While it may sound crazy, there are people willing to pay. A realtor said in less than 24 hours, 10 potential buyers contacted her. She anticipates selling it in a few days.

So what’s the reason for the high interest? Buying the charred home and rebuilding on the property is a lot cheaper than buying a brand new home in Silicon Valley.

As one of the studio anchors noted at the end of the video report;

“That is a testament to what’s going on in the state of California…”

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California State Senate leader Kevin de León perpetuates the big lie. (Youtube)
California State Senate leader Kevin de León perpetuates the big lie. (Youtube)

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