In an effort to find Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop, federal agents last week raided an Alaskan woman’s home and “hotel and spa” but the woman claims it’s a case of mistaken identity. The laptop was stolen during the Capitol protests of Jan 6 as many were able to breach the building and subsequently break into Pelosi’s office.
The woman in question, Marilyn Hueper, said agents forcefully broke down the door of her home and her business. The feds handcuffed her – along with her husband and the guests at the spa – and confiscated all of their laptops and cell phones.
“I think almost right off the bat, they said, ‘Well, you probably know why we’re here,’ or something like that. It’s like, yeah, no, not really. And they said, ‘Well, we’re here for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop.’ And I said, ‘Oh,’”
The federal agents came looking for Hueper based on a photograph they believed closely resembled the spa owner. Hueper admitted the woman looked “remarkable” like her, but told agents that she never went inside the Capitol building on Jan 6.However, she was one of the participants outside on near the White House.
‘Wait a minute. Is that her? That’s clearly not me. Why did you not show me this to start with?’”
“I don’t mean to be disrespectful and laughing, but this is really surreal and strange,” Hueper said she told agents.
She was happy to acknowledge that Pelosi’s laptop was in fact missing not part of some “conspiracy theory” circling the internet currently.
“I said, ‘Oh, so it was stolen and it’s at large, good to know. I thought maybe it was just conspiracy theory, so thanks for the intel,’” Hueper related to the radio station.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth