San Francisco’s Democrat Mayor London Breed announced today that they will allow hair salons to reopen on September 14. In addition to hair salons, gyms and other personal services will be allowed to reopen with limited capacity and under the city’s guidelines.
In her press release, Breed said, “These businesses have been struggling and starting Monday, they’ll finally be able to serve customers again, with the necessary safety precautions and modifications in place.” He acknowledged that the Sept. 14 date is “earlier than the city previously announced.”
Hmmm…Is it possible the mayor’s decision to re-open salons earlier than originally planned might have something to do with a certain maskless, Democrat Nancy Pelosi being caught on camera in a local salon that was supposed to be shut down, while having her hair done?
London was recently asked about the maskless Speaker being caught in a salon in her city. She responded by saying, “We have a terrorist, we have a dictator who is running this country and Nancy Pelosi is at the forefront fighting against this person every day.”
While Democrat Rep. Nancy Pelosi was exposed as a hypocrite for demanding others wear masks and follow the draconian lockdown rules put in place by California’s Democrat Governor Gavin Newsome, the “let them eat cake” Speaker brushed off the incident, calling it a “set up,” and placing the blame on the owner of the salon.
Two days ago, Fox News reported – San Francisco hair salon owner Erica Kious is shutting her doors for good after controversy over a visit by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week destroyed her business, she told “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Wednesday.
“I am actually done in San Francisco and closing my doors, unfortunately,” she announced on Tucker Carslon’s Fox News show on Wednesday night.
Salon owner who went public with Pelosi blowout: I am too scared to go back to work.
Kious told host Tucker Carlson she was attacked for exposing Pelosi.
“I started to just get a ton of phone calls, text messages, emails, all my Yelp reviews… saying that they hope I go under and that I fail,” she said. “So just a lot of negativity towards my business.”
Kious said the negativity has made her hesitant to return to San Francisco, where she has lived for the past 15 years.