Pasquale Scopelliti, was an honorable patriot, analyst, business coach, and mentor to so many, but there was no greater calling he answered than to be husband to Kate, Papa to Nico, Anthony, Cindi and Sherry, and grandfather to five granddaughters, and great grandfather to one great granddaughter.
Pasquale adored his autistic son, Anthony, who was always by his side and the two shared a love and sense of adventure for life. Pasquale lived independently and believed with all his heart and life actions that Anthony was his joy and responsibility (not the government's responsibility).
For this reason, Pasquale's friends and fellow patriots have created this GiveSendGo campaign to ease the burden of Kate and Anthony loss in the death of Pasquale -- their rock and and family income earner.
Pasquale, along with the love of his life, Kate Scopelliti, were co-founders (with Tamara Leigh and Joshua Macias) of the PardonFlynnNow.com Movement that resulted in the 1st-ever, historic "Pardon of Innocence" granted to Lt. Gen (retired) Michael T. Flynn by President Donald J. Trump on November 25, 2020.
Pasquale and Kate co-authored "America First: the MAGA Manifesto" available on Amazon.
Pasquale was considered "one of the best political analysts in DC" by those who knew and followed his work, much of it posted on his twitter account @thyconsigliori. Pasquale had a keen strategic and tactical mind, especially in his political analyst work, and called the 2016 election for Donald Trump ahead of many others.
Pasquale was an avid reader and writer as well as an accomplished swordsman, guitarist, and storyteller often weaving literature and life lessons into his political threads. As a business coach for 35+ years utilizing his sales acumen, Pasquale served hundreds of clients in their business and personal lives. He was a student and advocate for Sun Tzu and applied timeless principles of success in his coaching and friendships.
Pasquale was a native of Chicago, but lived and traveled wherever he and Kate could go to provide the best possible education and chance in life for their autistic son, Anthony.
Pasquale's death is both devastating and untimely, as he had much work ahead in his love of America and We The People. His loss and light in our current national strife is incalculable.