By now you’ve probably heard about Pelosi’s little visit to the hair salon.
She’s the modern day Marie Antoinette!
While she’s living high on the hog and getting her hair privately done, Americans are out there suffering because of shutdown orders from politicians like Pelosi.
And President Trump isn’t afraid to call her out for her blatant hypocrisy!
Check it out:
According to Fox News, Donald Trump Jr. also hit back at Pelosi:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., showed how liberals enjoy certain privileges that conservatives don't with her recent trip to a closed San Francisco salon for a wash and blowout, Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, told Fox News Radio Wednesday.
"Unlike Nancy Pelosi, I have to abide by the rules," Trump Jr. told "Fox Across America" host Jimmy Failla. "That's why I wrote the book 'Liberal Privilege,' because when you're a liberal, you can do whatever you want.
"You can hold people. You can force them to shut down your business ... With the liberals in charge, you're actually, in places like California and others, you'll get fined, ticketed, arrested for opening up your business so you can run your business and feed your family, but you won't get fined or arrested for looting someone else's business. What's going on in the Democrat Party is a disgrace."
Fox News has obtained security footage from the salon where Pelosi got her hair styled, despite a local ordinance keeping salons closed due to the coroanvirus pandemic.
The footage, timestamped Monday at 3:08 p.m. Pacific Time, showed the California powerhouse walking through ESalonSF in San Francisco with wet hair, and without a mask over her mouth or nose.
But according to Pelosi, it's not her fault!
In fact, she was setup!
And she actually has the gall to demand that the salon owner apologize to her.
Here's the details on that from USA Today:
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi claimed she fell for a "setup" by a San Francisco salon where she went for a hair appointment on Monday even though local guidelines did not allow salons to operate amid the pandemic.
"It was a setup, and I take responsibility for falling for a setup," Pelosi, D-Calif., said on Wednesday.
"I think that this salon owes me an apology for setting me up," she said.
Fox News published security camera footage on Tuesday of Pelosi inside the salon, along with an interview from Erica Kious, the owner of eSalon in San Francisco where Pelosi went, slamming Pelosi for getting her hair done when others could not.
San Francisco's coronavirus restrictions on salons and other similar businesses was amended on Tuesday, allowing for hair appointments to be conducted outdoors only, with one customer at a time who must wear a mask (ear loops rather than ties are recommended so as not to interfere with hair services). Salons were still closed on Monday.