Nancy Pelosi has held public office since 1987. And what will she be remembered for? Getting her hair done without a mask, violating state restrictions, and then throwing the salon ‘under the bus.’
Oh yeah, and the designer ice cream in her $24,000 refrigerator.
As Tammy notes in her latest Washington Times column: Nancy Pelosi flouts the rules in San Francisco hair salon Speaker’s adventure mirrors behavior of other Democrats who believe lockdown rules don’t apply to them
The Nancy Pelosi salon scandal has been, appropriately, receiving a lot of attention. On its face it is insulting, an abuse of power, and a punch in the nose of all Americans who have obeyed COVID-19 lockdown restrictions at the expense of their quality of life, and in so many instances, their life’s work…..
While this episode, in and of itself, is worthy of outrage, it is just one more illustration of how the ruling class believes that they are above the law. It’s not just insulting, it is dangerous. It shows that politicians feel more than comfortable issuing draconian, grotesque and dangerous laws — viewing American citizens as collateral damage in their fun little game and obsessive drive for power….
Demonstrators in San Francisco formed a hand-holding circle outside the residence of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to protest her recent visit to one of the city’s salons.
The protest, which took place on Thursday, was not composed of any salon owners, according to San Francisco Chronicle reporter Jessica Christian.
“They’ve all described themselves ‘angry salon customers’ who want to get their hair and nails done,” she wrote on Twitter….
Protesters have gathered in front of Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home and are stringing up curlers and blow dryers on a tree after a video surfaced of Pelosi getting her hair done indoors/maskless at a SF salon @sfchronicle pic.twitter.com/v6KVORByaP
— Jessica Christian (@jachristian) September 3, 2020