Nancy Pelosi’s Family Members Handed Big Roles in Biden’s Administration

A relative of Rep. Nancy Pelosi has been appointed to a senior position in the Biden regime’s Department of Housing and Urban Development.

On Monday, the Department of Housing and Urban Development revealed Alexis Pelosi had been hired as a top aide in the Office of Community Management and Designing.

Maintaining continuous operation and acceptability in government-assisted communities is the primary focus of the office. The provision of jobs, help to nearby companies, acquisition, and demolishing of real estate are just some of the benefits.

Nancy Pelosi was not engaged in the appointment, according to the HUD press office, which Fox News Digital inquired about.

In a statement to Fox News Digital, the Department of Housing and Urban Development said Alexis’ appointment was the consequence of her “demonstrated history in housing and policymaking.”

“It gives us great pleasure to have her as a member of our team.”

Alexis Pelosi’s Information

Alexis Pelosi is married to Laurence Pelosi, a real estate attorney and the nephew of Nancy Pelosi.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s brother, Ron Pelosi, also has a brother named Paul Pelosi.

According to Laurence’s LinkedIn profile, he is wedded to Alexis, who began working at the Department of Housing and Urban Development in January this year.

Her husband, who is still employed by the firm, and Alexis co-founded Pelosi Ziblatt Law Firm in 1998.

The legal firm is one of the most prestigious investing and property investment law companies in California; it has been involved in development projects worth millions of dollars.

Pelosi Ziblatt Law Office is delighted to serve some of the most prominent property developers, companies, investment firms, and organizations in the state of California, according to the firm’s website.

The website also notes, “our client list continues to grow.”

HUD Has Grown

In recent years, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) increased its workforce since it’s been at the heart of a number of government efforts.

This comes as the nation’s homelessness epidemic continues to afflict vast swaths of urban regions throughout the country.

Jeff Olivet was appointed executive director of the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) on January 31 by the Biden administration.

This was part of the government’s endeavor to reduce the rate of homelessness in the United States of America.

According to HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge, he was hired because of his “decades of experience in the fight to end homelessness.”

“What we don’t say enough, or loud enough, is that race and homelessness are intimately intertwined problems.”

“Racial discrimination, really. Truth-telling is necessary at this point. I believe it is past time to name something what it really is,” Olivet elaborated in an interview.

In response to a request for comment from Fox News Digital on Alexis Pelosi’s hiring as a senior adviser, Nancy Pelosi’s staff did not immediately respond.

It is unclear whether the California lawmaker played any role in gaining the position for her nephew’s wife.