Protesters have reacted again to another visit of the Speaker of the House Representatives to a Salon, by gathering outside her San Francisco home.
This development has occurred after Mrs. Pelosi’s controversial visit to eSalonSF Salon. The Speaker called incident at the salon set up.
According to Fox news, the rally occurred after Pelosi was captured on video getting her hair cut inside, even though it was closed due to coronavirus-related ordinances.
“What she has done is slap the face of not just a salon owner but every woman every man every person who’s unemployed in the state of California who has lost their jobs and lost their livelihoods many of whom are my friends,”
Meanwhile, Salons in San Francisco had been closed since March and were only notified that they could reopen on Sept. 1 for outdoor hairstyling services only.
The protesters which can be described as “angry salon customers,” displayed some angry gestures: some wore curlers in their hair while others hung blow dryers and hair curlers in a tree outside the residence to express their frustration.
According to San Francisco’s KRON-TV, a protester said:
Pelosi has said that she takes responsibility for “falling for a set up” at the salon.
“I take responsibility for trusting the word of the neighborhood salon that I’ve been to over the years many times when they said we’re able to accommodate people one person at a time,” she said after footage of her salon visit was shared widely.
Meanwhile Pelosi’s bishop calls for massive ‘campaign of prayer and fasting’ for ‘her conversion of heart’ on abortion.
The archbishop of San Francisco called for a “massive and visible campaign of prayer and fasting” for the conversion of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s heart as she pursues what pro-lifers have called “radical” abortion legislation.
“I Witnessed the Speaker of the House of Representatives’ passage of HR 3755, which would impose abortion on demand nationwide at any stage of pregnancy,” Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said of the California Democrat in a statement Wednesday.
“A conversion of heart of the majority of our congressional representatives is needed on this issue, beginning with the leader of the House, Speaker Nancy Pelosi. I am therefore inviting all Catholics to join in a massive and visible campaign of prayer and fasting for Speaker Pelosi: commit to praying one rosary a week and fasting on Fridays for her conversion of heart.”