House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) was captured on security footage this week sans mask at a San Francisco salon that she’d ordered shut down because of quarantine.
At the time of Nancy’s visit, salons in San Francisco had been closed for months. They were allowed to start reopening on Tuesday, which is a day after Pelosi’s hair day. Face masks are also a mandatory requirement to visit these salons.
Pelosi went on to accuse Salon owner Erica Kious of setting her up and demanded an apology.
Kious told Fox News that she rents her salon chairs out to stylists and that Pelosi’s personal assistant set up the appointment. Kious states she didn’t know about the appointment until after it happened.
Kious said she has had her surveillance cameras for five years. “I mean, I didn’t go in there and turn cameras on as soon as she walked in to set her up,” she said.
“She’s been coming in for quite a while, and just to see her come in and especially not wearing the mask, that’s what really got to me, but this isn’t even political. I mean, she’s been coming in there. It’s the fact that she actually came in and didn’t have a mask on,” Kious said. “And I just thought about you know my staff and people not being able to work and make money and provide for their families, and if she’s in there comfortably without a mask and feeling safe, then why are we shut down? Why am I not able to have clients come in?”
Rules for thee, not for me.