South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem tweeted out an offer to salon owner Eric Kious after Kious was on Tucker Carlson’s show discussing the harassment she has received from Nancy Pelosi’s supporters. ‘Salongate’ exposed Nancy Pelosi as a hypocrite when she got a blow out in Kious’ salon even though it has been closed since March due to coronavirus regulations.

Pelosi refused to apologize and turned on Kious accusing her of a setup. Kious gave a great interview on Tucker Carlson, proclaiming that this was not a setup. Governor Noem reached out to Kious to invite her to open in South Dakota:

My heart goes out to Erika. As a former female small business owner, I can only imagine how crushing these last few months have been. And now THIS!?

Erika, if you want to run your salon in a state that respects Freedom and won’t shut you down, then South Dakota is open for you.

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The complete video via YouTube is below:

Erica Kious denies Nancy Pelosi’s claim that she was set up after video surfaces of the House speaker’s maskless visit.

Our previous report on E Salon owner Kious who intends to move and open a salon outside of San Francisco after all of the hate she’s gotten from Pelosi supporters:

After Nancy Pelosi was caught via security video at a shuttered salon without a mask on, an apology would be the logical next step for her.  After all, she was seen in a salon that’s been closed since March due to the coronavirus lockdown in San Francisco.  She was also not wearing a mask, after browbeating Americans to wear one. Pelosi finally spoke out about the incident but didn’t give an apology to the salon owner or the American people. She came out and took no blame but pointed her finger at the salon to say it was all a set-up.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Pelosi has refused to apologize for the salon visit and claims the owner set her up and tricked her: “I think that this salon owes me an apology, for setting me up.”

Our previous report on Salongate:

Nancy Pelosi has been in the news the past few days, and it’s not good for Democrats who have repeatedly been exposed for their hypocrisy when it comes to the coronavirus.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was caught having her hair cut but defended her actions by saying she needs to look good for public appearances.

Other elected officials have also been caught red-handed, but Nancy Pelosi’s hypocrisy is off the charts.

A video of Pelosi saying people “you must wear your mask” has been released combined with a security video that caught Pelosi not wearing a mask at a salon shuttered since March because of coronavirus regulations.

Nancy Pelosi has gotten criticism from all sides on this blunder:

A video obtained by Fox News is causing blowback to hypocrite elitist Nancy Pelosi. She was filmed on Monday, walking through a closed San Francisco hair salon without wearing a mask. This is well-deserved criticism because Pelosi has called for mandated mask-wearing and has criticized President Trump for not wearing a mask.

Pelosi was at E Salon on Monday afternoon, and just like every other salon in town, this salon has been closed since March. Salons were only told they could reopen Tuesday, but they can still only offer outside styling.

Tucker Carlson has the best take on this incident:

The owner of the salon is furious that one of the hairstylists she rents a chair to had Pelosi come into the closed salon:

‘We’re supposed to look up to this woman, right? It is just disturbing.”

“We have been shut down for so long, not just me, but most of the small businesses, and I just can’t…it’s a feeling…a feeling of being deflated, helpless, and honestly beaten down.”

The owner of E Salon is getting blasted by the left on Facebook for turning the video over to Fox News.

Erica Kious didn’t follow the Democrat’s playbook. She told the truth and didn’t protect Pelosi. The ruthless leftists will now try and cancel Erica.

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