Pelosi demands salon owner apologize for Speaker’s law-breaking
The owner of the salon where House Speaker Nancy Pelosi illegally got her hair done blasted Pelosi’s claim the operation was a setup to make the Speaker look bad, saying that the cameras have been in place for years. The owner refused to meet Pelosi’s demand for an apology.
“There was no way I could’ve set that up,” ESalonSF owner Erica Kious told Tucker Carlson on Wednesday. “I’ve had a camera system in there for five years. I mean, I didn’t go in there and turn cameras on as soon as she walked in and set her up. So that is absolutely false.”
Pelosi says that she misunderstood the rules about indoor private hair appointments.
Salons in Pelosi’s San Francisco have been closed to indoor appointments since March of this year.
Pelosi’s stylist is saying that Kious hates Pelosi and is just trying to embarrass the 80-year-old politician.
“The fact that Ms. Kious is now objecting to Speaker Pelosi’s presence at eSalon, and from a simple surface-level review of Ms. Kious’ political leanings, it appears Ms. Kious is furthering a setup of Speaker Pelosi for her own vain aspirations,” said Matthew Soleimanpour, attorney for hairstylist Jonathan DeNardo.
A surface-level review of records shows that Soleimanpour is an activist for the ultra-liberal American Iranian Council, founded by Carter Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, which lobbies in the U.S. for the Tehran regime.
Why DeNardo would need an Iranian-American activist to act as an attorney by putting out a statement on his behalf just adds to the curiousness of the case.
“According to Soleimanpour, DeNardo worked on Pelosi’s hair after receiving approval from Kious. DeNardo has worked at the establishment for six years and has been in regular communication with the owner, the lawyer said,” according to Fox News.
But that’s just trying to shift the focus off the woman who likes to claim she is the most powerful woman in the world.
“The premise of Pelosi’s defense of using a closed hair salon is that she may be the Speaker of the House and a longtime San Francisco resident but it’s not her job to know the city’s COVID-19 rules,” says Britt Hume.
Others are doubtful that Pelosi hasn’t had her hair done since March.
Pelosi, while saying she did nothing wrong, is also demanding an apology from the salon for “setting her up.”
“I think that they — this salon owes me an apology for setting (me) up,” Pelosi said. “There’s more to this that I’m not going to ask to the motivation for a salon to say to me, ‘Yes, come in’ and then they go for me. It was clearly a setup,” Pelosi says in a video tweeted by Manu Raju, Senior Congressional Correspondent at CNN.
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