Protesters outside Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home hang hair curlers and hair dryers in a tree by the new #MeToo crowd.
The rally occurred after Pelosi was captured on video getting her hair cut inside eSalonSF, even though it was closed due to coronavirus-related ordinances. Some of the protesters, described as “angry salon customers,” wore curlers in their hair. Others hung blow dryers and hair curlers in a tree outside the residence to express their frustration.
“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,” one protester said, San Francisco’s KRON-TV reported.
According to a video posted by SF Chronicle reporter Jessica Christian, the group decorated a tree outside the home with an American flag, declaring it the “Freedom Tree.”
The protesters would also gather in a circle outside the residence.
“[We] gather to make sure that everybody has an opportunity to earn a living and feed their families,” one protester said before the group raised their hands in unison.
Mayor London Breed was asked on Friday about the protesters. She said it was time to “move on.”
“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,” Breed told Los Angeles’s KABC-TV. “I get it, but at the end of the day, it is really time for us to move on.”
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