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Angry salon clients hanging blow drier from tree. (Photo: screen capture Twitter)

Protesters Hang Blow Dryers on Tree Outside Nancy Pelosi’s Home

Angry salon clients want to get their hair and nails done

By Katy Grimes, September 4, 2020 7:24 am

Angry San Francisco salon customers protested outside Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home Thursday by hanging blow driers and curlers from nearby trees.

Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi was busted this week violating state and local coronavirus lockdown restrictions in San Francisco, her home city, to get her hair done – and she wasn’t wearing a mask. She forced a local salon to open up just for her, and then when caught, claimed she was “set-up” by the salon owner.

The salon owner steadfastly denies it was a set-up.

The City of San Francisco requires residents to stay 6 feet apart and wear a mask to cover the mouth and nose, at all businesses, at work, in hallways, elevators and in parking lots, and on public transportation. The city even requires a mask while passing someone walking or running outside.

Breitbart reports:

“Another video shows the women forming a hand-holding circle around the tree with hair appliances. Next, the women can be seen draping an American flag over a part of the tree, which they reportedly named the ‘Freedom Tree.’”

Salon owner Erica Kious who’s a single mother of two, is now being forced to shut down and relocate her business and family, and is receiving threats after speaking out about Pelosi’s visit to her salon. Kious made an appearance on Fox’s Tucker Carlson Show and asked if Nancy Pelosi can get her hair done and not wear a mask, why is the city and state still in lockdown?

Pelosi, who is 81, is in the age group most at risk for getting severely ill from COVID-19, but obviously wasn’t worried about contracting the virus by being in the salon sans mask.

Jessica Christian, a photographer with the San Francisco Chronicle, posted the photos and video of the protest outside Pelosi’s home on Twitter:

Notably, Pelosi has steadfastly refused to add any additional COVID relief funding to help small businesses reopen, but forced the San Francisco salon to reopen so she could get her hair washed, blown dry, and styled.

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem invited Erica Kious to her state known as the “Under God the People Rule” state, to run her salon:

“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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10 thoughts on “Protesters Hang Blow Dryers on Tree Outside Nancy Pelosi’s Home

  1. God bless South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem who invited Erica Kious to her state known to run her salon. Kristi Noem should run for president in 2024!

  2. it is clear that Pelosi doesn’t belong as head speaker of the house she has made a mockery of the most important job in America, she acts like a 3year old throwing a temper tantrum, I listen to them speak, and wonder where these misfits came from and how did they wind up taking over our world

  3. This is what you get when you allow San Francisco politicians out of their cages to inflict themselves on the rest of us sane people….

  4. The thing that keeps me up at night is the thought that if the election is not called by Jan 20 SHE COULD BE PRESIDENT. Chew on that one for awhile

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