After Shutting Down Businesses, Pelosi Caught On Tape Breaking Rules — For Herself

Most of California continues to suffer under un-Constitutional lockdowns. In San Francisco, most major businesses have been shut down for months, depriving owners of much-needed income and patrons of goods and services. But that’s okay, because despite the evil measures, Nancy Pelosi was able to get her hair down. Even the salon owner didn’t know about it.

Many people agree that the draconian lockdowns did nothing to address the pandemic. In fact, we’ve learned that once lockdowns ended in many states, the virus still ran the same course it did everywhere else. Thus, proving that lockdowns only delayed the spread, not slowed it. And that’s nothing to say for the horrendous consequences of a crippled economy, destroyed academic careers, and ruined lived.

Even though we are mostly out of the words, many Democrat-run states continue to push unreasonable lockdowns. Despite states like Texas, Florida, and Arizona being able to manage without lockdowns, New York, Michigan, and California punish residents with bogus rules and even criminal fines. In California, most businesses can’t open—putting owners at serious financial risk.

But if you worried that the Speaker of the House would be unable to get her hair done, never fear! The Democrat was able to get special treatment to go to a closed salon—while everyone suffered at home. Even the salon owner didn’t know about it until right before.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited a San Francisco hair salon on Monday afternoon for a wash and blow-out, despite local ordinances keeping salons closed amid the coronavirus pandemic…

In security footage obtained by Fox News, and timestamped Monday at 3:08 p.m. Pacific Time, the California powerhouse is seen walking through eSalon in San Francisco with wet hair, and without a mask over her mouth or nose…

Salon owner Erica Kious, in a phone interview with Fox News on Tuesday, shared details of Pelosi’s visit. Kious explained she has independent stylists working for her who rent chairs in her salon…

“It was a slap in the face that she went in, you know, that she feels that she can just go and get her stuff done while no one else can go in, and I can’t work,” Kious told Fox News. [Source: Fox News]

As is the case with many salons and barbershops, stylists rent out chairs from the shop’s owner. One of this salon’s stylists just texted the owner, letting her know that they were going to be going in to do Pelosi’s hair. The owner wasn’t asked for permission. She wouldn’t even had known, had the stylist not texted her.

So much for equal treatment under the law, huh? Pelosi didn’t think anyone would know. She wasn’t counting on the camera footage reaching Fox News, that’s for sure.

Funny how this woman who spends most of her time complaining about the president, calling Republicans “enemies of the state,” and calling for more riots thinks she can do whatever she wants. Even though regular SF residents can’t even leave their homes, this Democrat figured she could not only leave her house, but get a haircut despite local orders.

This is nothing new. Democrats have one set of rules for us normal people and another set for themselves. They consider themselves above the law. After all, they are so much more enlightened and virtuous than us unwashed masses, they don’t even bother with caring about how we’d feel if they were caught.

Is this event enough to call for Pelosi’s to resign? On its own, probably not. But this is a woman who, over the last year, has disgraced the office of the Speaker and violated our traditions again and again. She impeached Trump over a phone call. She tore up the SOTU address. She ignored the spread of COVID. She refused to support legislation to save small businesses.

Now, she getting her hair done even though nobody else is allowed to.

Yeah, I’d say she deserves to get the can.

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