California House Speaker Nancy Pelosi informed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Thursday he won’t be allowed inside her office at the Capitol because he may be a coronavirus shedder.
The phony Democratic lawmaker, who was caught on video prancing around a California hair salon without a mask in August, claimed he was a threat because he was consorting with recovering patient President Donald Trump at the White House.
The two were attempting to schedule a meeting to discuss the impasse over a federal coronavirus relief package.
“He’s not coming to my office,” Pelosi told reporters. “I’ll see you on the phone.” Mnuchin had to settle for a fruitless 40-minute call which ended without an agreement.
During an interview with MSNBC last Friday, Pelosi bemoaned Trump’s positive COVID-19 test. “This is tragic. It’s very sad,” she said. “But it also is something that, again, going into crowds, unmasked and all the rest was sort of a brazen invitation for something like this to happen. Sad that it did, but nonetheless, hopeful that it will be a transition to a saner approach to what this virus is all about.”
“Maybe now the people who see the president of the United States with all the protection that he has, and the first lady, still having this exposure it might be … a learning experience. But more than learning, it has to be something that is acted upon.”
“We must have testing, tracing, treatment,” she said. “We must have spatial distancing. We must be wearing our masks. We must have sanitation because it can help crush the virus and stop the spread.”
The preachy House Speaker appeared on security cameras with wet hair and without a mask in a closed beauty salon on Monday, August 31 in clear violation of San Francisco’s COVID-19 safety regulations.
The owner of eSalon, Erica Kious, called the speaker’s visit a “double standard” and a “slap in the face” to hairdressers in the city who have been unable to work for nearly six months.
One day after Pelosi’s visit, new regulations went into effect permitting San Francisco hairdressers to offer services outdoors for the peons with a plan to open indoor operations in October. Everyone was required to wear masks.
More than 24,000 people signed a petition urging San Francisco Police Chief William Scott to prosecute Pelosi for “COVID violations.” Organizers set a 25,000-signature goal and the petition included a letter addressed to Scott, which said, “Laws aren’t just for the ‘little people.’”
“Not only did Nancy Pelosi knowingly violate health ordinances, but just destroyed a business because she couldn’t take a [sic] ounce of responsibility. The salon owner gets death threats, while Pelosi has paid ZERO price for her hypocrisy.”
“At a very minimum, Nancy Pelosi must be prosecuted by San Francisco for her flaunting of COVID regulations. Now!” the petition concluded.
Unfortunately the Speaker evaded prosecution and is still loose on the streets spreading her sanctimoniousness around.