In this video, protesters can be seen gathering outside House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home in San Francisco hanging hairdryers from a tree in front of her residence due to her recent haircut scandal.
VIDEO: Protestors at Pelosi’s house hanging hair dryers from her tree pic.twitter.com/vnYJQTOOuN
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) September 3, 2020
The scandal created by Pelosi herself is as follows: a security camera caught her leaving her appointment of a beauty salon in San Francisco without a mask on. Supposedly, the salon was closed in order to comply with the COVID-19 ordinances that were put in place six months ago by Pelosi herself. Additionally, by not wearing a mask, Speaker Pelosi was also breaking the mask law set in place by the city.
Shortly after the news broke out, Pelosi appeared before the media and said she had no idea that a camera was there recording her. She even went as far as to suggest that the owner of the salon, Erica Kious, had set her up and was the one to blame for this ordeal.
In less than a day, Kious appeared on Fox News with Tucker Carlson and had this to say in response to the Speaker’s wild claim:
Watch this. This is the salon owner that Nancy Pelosi tried to claim set her up by releasing video of Nancy breaking COVID rules. Listen to her talk about hate she’s receiving. Nancy & her party are inciting violence & hate all over the country.pic.twitter.com/UPWc90HC5W
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 3, 2020
Kious runs through the play by play of the appointment with Tucker and adds that she’s “always had a camera system in there for five years, obviously disproving Pelosi’s wild theory that she was setup. Due to the COVID restrictions, the salon has lost about 60% of their customers and most of their staff left because they weren’t getting paid. Additionally, Kious has already received multiple death threats from Pelosi supporters and other radical leftists. Her salon could very well be forced to shut down within the coming days. Below is a Twitter post that contains a GoFundMe link to raise funds to relocate her business if it is forced to close. So far over $100k has been raised.