Protesters gather outside Pelosi’s home following salon visit

While salon owner Erica Kious continues to receive death threats and threats to have her salon burned down,  dozens of  women showed up in support of the salon owner  outside Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home.

The women showed up with curlers in their hair and hung blow dryers in the trees outside Pelosi’s home to show their outrage over the House speaker’s visit to Kious’ salon  during the COVID-19 lock-down.

Protestors were shouting over megaphones, “What she has done is a slap in the face.”

Prot4stors say it was a slap in the face because while thousands of men and women were forced out of work due to the shutdown, Pelosi broke the law and asked a salon to open as a favor to her. Pelosi had frequented the salon dozens of times.

Pelosi not only visited the salon, she also did not wear a mask and the entire incident was caught on video.

“I am certain Pelosi was not looking for a salon…she actually meant to enter a saloon,” one person said.

President Donald Trump, tweeted, “Crazy Nancy Pelosi said she was ‘set up’ by the beauty parlor owner when she improperly had the salon opened (and didn’t wear a MASK!). Does anyone want a Speaker of the House who can be so easily SET UP?”

Pelosi claimed she was “set up” by Kious. A claim that Kious firmly denies.

Pelosi also stated that she was told by the salon that they could have one person at a time inside the shop. Another claim that the salon owner and employees deny.

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