A group of women held a peculiar demonstration in front of the house of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 3, after she was discovered in a hair salon violating the CCP Virus restriction law that she herself openly defends, while citizens are forbidden to attend.

As reported by The Blaze, in the protest in front of Pelosi’s house in San Francisco, protesters can be seen hanging a large number of hair dryers, a U.S. flag, and various ornaments on a tree. 

On the Twitter account of a local CBS News affiliate, you can see a video of the protesters decorating the tree and singing songs of freedom. “Protestors gather outside of @SpeakerPelosi house in #SanFrancisco. They chant about freedom and place hair dryers on a tree.“

Journalist Jessica Christian wrote on her Twitter: “Protesters have gathered in front of Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home and are stringing up curlers and blow dryers on a tree after a video surfaced of Pelosi getting her hair done indoors/maskless at a SF salon.”

Then Christian added, “None of these demonstrators in front of Nancy Pelosi’s home are salon owners or workers. They’ve all described themselves “angry salon customers” who want to get their hair and nails done.” 

The source of the conflict and what caused the anger of the protesters was Nancy Pelosi’s visit to a hair salon in San Francisco last Monday afternoon to wash and dry her hair, despite local ordinances that keep the salons closed amid the CCP Virus pandemic, according to Fox News.

As seen in a video released by Fox, and dated Monday at 3:08 p.m., one can clearly see Pelosi’s image walking inside the salon with wet hair and no mask.

White House press secretary Kaleigh McEnany shows a video at a press briefing on Sept. 3, 2020, of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

Salons in San Francisco have been closed since March and although they were notified that they could reopen on Sept. 1st, it would only be for outdoor hairdressing services.

Salon owner Erica Kious, in an interview with Fox News on Tuesday, reported details of Pelosi’s visit to her salon. Kious explained that she has freelance stylists working for her who rent chairs in her salon. One of them would have informed her on Sunday night that Pelosi wrote to him to confirm her visit. “I will be there at 2:45 tomorrow,” said the message from Pelosi’s assistant.

Erica Kious was offended by Pelosi’s attitude, knowing that Pelosi is one of the one’s responsible for the fact that her store, like that of so many thousands, continues to be closed without being able to open freely to the public.