San Francisco's Mayor Deflects From Pelosi's Salon Day: The Lady's Fighting a 'Terrorist'

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San Fran’s mayor is speaking up for the Speaker of the House.

You surely heard of Nancy Pelosi’s recent face-filled fling with the supposedly shuttered ESalon in San Francisco. The incident followed her insistence upon Americans remaining — like hashbrowns at the Waffle House — covered and smothered.

In 80-year-old hair parlance, call it a dye-chotomy:

To be clear, San Francisco requires masks be worn in businesses.

Here’s more, from RedState’s Nick Arama:

All salons are currently closed and blow outs are forbidden, yet Pelosi was caught on camera without a mask on having her hair done. The salon owner spoke out against it after one of the people who used space in her salon worked on Pelosi.

Tucker Carlson had a thing or two to say:

Nancy alleged the situation was a “setup,” and perhaps that’s how SF Mayor London Breed sees it, too.

We may never know — when asked last week about Pelosi living outside rules she favors for you and your family, the mayor would only take part in that hottest of all Democratic fads: bashing Donald Trump.

According to London’s thoughts on Nancy Unmasked, POTUS is on par with bin Laden and Hussein.

Strange, but this is politics — don’t speak according to what exists; by any means possible, cloud the air.

Courtesy of The Daily Wire, here’s London fog:

“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.”

“The forefront”:

Mayor London did graze Nancy’s trip to maintain her mane:

“[I]’m not trying to excuse what happened. I’m just saying that to allow an issue like this to turn our city upside down when we got folks who are homeless, we’ve got people who can’t open their business, including these salons.”

One reporter posed, “So, why not apologize, not you, but the speaker?”

London’s not her sister’s keeper:

“Let me just be clear, I can be responsible for my behavior, I can’t tell other people what to do.”

Guess she feels differently about Brother Trump.

Either way, the mayor thinks all you critics should get over it:

“I get that they have these feelings, they are voicing their feelings, but we are doing the very best we can and I know that’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.”

So there ya go.

If London wants to get down to the real problems — at least in San Francisco — why are the real problems still real problems?

Points to ponder, as we struggle under Führer Trump.

The answers may not come easily, and questions over Nancy’s salon day still abound.

Regardless, Pelosi need not make an appointment next time she needs her hair washed.

She can just do like the residents of her city — use a fire hydrant:



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