The Democrats and their long help establishment don’t have a lot of things going for…
The Democrats and their long help establishment don’t have a lot of things going for them right now. Their presidential nominee is just about as weak as they come; their would-be VP is controversial and turncoat to her core; and their House Speaker just proved to be nearly as hypocritical as you can get.
But, if they do have one thing, it is the loyalty of San Francisco Mayor London Breed. The Democratic woman came flying into to back Nancy Pelosi on Friday, trying very hard to deflect the scandal that has disgraced the House Speaker and her entire party. Breed even called President Donald Trump a “terrorist” as a way to excuse Nancy Pelosi’s actions.
Although Breed claims to not be justifying what happened, she says that “We have a terrorist, we have a dictator who is running this country and Nancy Pelosi is at the forefront fighting against this person every day, you know.”
I don’t know, that sounds like an excuse to me.
As you likely know, the Democratically-ran city of San Francisco and the home of Pelosi has been under strict lockdown measures for some time due to the novel coronavirus. Under these rules, face masks are required just about everywhere, and non-essential businesses such as hair salons are not allowed to in operation, at least not indoors.
Leave it to an elitist like Pelosi to think that she is above the law and visit a salon anyway.
Security footage from the eSalon SF revealed that Pelosi not only visited the salon but did so indoors without a mask. While her stylist was masked, Pelosi was caught red-handed without one, and moving about in the salon with wet hair, supposedly after receiving a shampoo and on her way to get her hair styled.
In true Democrat fashion, since the event was caught on camera, Pelosi says she was “set up” by the salon and its owner. She even claims that “This salon owes me an apology” for making her look bad.
President Trump as since then pointed out that if a salon owner could so easily fool and “set up” the House Speaker, she has no business trying to negotiate “against President Xi of China, President Putin of Russia or Kim Jong Un of North Korea.” In fact, he even suggested that maybe this “Beauty Parlor owner should be running the House of Representatives instead of Crazy Pelosi.”
And it seems Trump isn’t the only person at odds with Pelosi’s recent transgressions.
Swarms of men and women, all self-described as “angry salon customers,” according to Jessica Christian of the San Francisco Chronicle, “gathered in front of Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home and are stringing up curlers and blow dryers on a tree” to protest her action.
These people, like Pelosi, just want to go get their hair or nails done. But unlike her, they have listened and obeyed the current state and city laws in place. And now, upon hearing that she can’t follow her own rules and regulations, are undoubtedly upset at her hypocrisy.
But once again, Mayor Breed was there to stand up for Pelosi, telling the press, “I get that they have these feelings, they are voicing their feelings, but we are doing the very best we can and I know it’s not good enough for them. I understand, I get it, but at the end of the day, it is really time for us to move on.”
Right, let’s instead focus on things like Trump’s terrorism or dictatorship. Let’s point the finger literally anywhere else but at the real problems…You know, problems like shutting entire states and cities down, burying their citizens in mountains of debt, and forcing children’s education to be neglected.
Meanwhile, all those rules that are killing the average American don’t mean anything to elitists like Pelosi, Mayor Lightfoot of Chicago, or Governor Kate Brown of Oregon. They can still live their lives, got to any salon they want, receive a paycheck, and continue to act like they are better than the rest of us.
Luckily, people are starting to take notice of their vast hypocrisy and calling for it to end. It’s either that, or you might as well open the entire country back up.