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Pelosi’s Hair-Pocrisy Reflects Dems’ Hypocrisy

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Published on: September 7, 2020

The hypocrisy and corruption of the Democrat Party is off the charts. It’s conduct that you would see in a banana republic. The American people must vote this corrupt party out of office in November. Watch the video below from Turning Point USA.

Pelosi’s hair-pocrisy reflects Dems’ hypocrisy

By New York Post, September 3, 2020

It’s hard not to relish the schadenfreude of Nancy Pelosi being caught on security camera, with wet hair, bare feet and no mask, indulging in an illicit private hair-salon experience in San Francisco.

She violated coronavirus health rules by the city, which has ordered salons shut since March. The day after her Monday visit, they were allowed to open, for outdoor services only, but no blowouts, and masks are mandatory. So Speaker Pelosi violated at least three rules.

But such is her sense of entitlement that she refuses to apologize, and on Wednesday she blamed the hard-pressed workers who serviced her tresses, claiming they told her the appointment she requested was kosher.

What happened to “No one is above the law”?

After months of hectoring the president for not wearing a mask often enough and not listening to “The Science,” the hypocrisy was inescapable.

Pelosi’s hair privilege is emblematic of the Democrats’ entire campaign to shoehorn Joe Biden into the White House.

It’s exactly the kind of hypocrisy from the Washington establishment that got Donald Trump elected. Rules for thee, but not for me.

So when the president announced he was going to visit Kenosha, Wis., the latest city to fall victim to BLM-Antifa riots, there was an outcry from the Democratic constellation with vested interests in evading responsibility for the law-and-order crisis in this country.

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers wrote Trump a rejection letter, saying his visit to Kenosha would “hinder our healing.” Mayor John Antaramian told the president, “The timing is wrong.” Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes said Trump’s visit would be “a barrel of gasoline rolling in.”

Trump went anyway, and it was a big success. He stood in the ruins of Scott Carpenter’s B&L Office Furniture and sympathized with business owners whose stores were destroyed during last week’s riots over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

Carpenter, who says he is apolitical, was grateful.

“It let us know as small-business leaders that we matter,” he told the local CBS affiliate. “Because he is a businessman and he’s had businesses and to see your business in ruins, I believe his heart was in it for the right reason. You know he felt us, he felt our pain.”

John Rode III, third-generation former owner of the 109-year-old Rode’s Camera Shop, was emotional as he met the president near the ruins of the store.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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