Dallas salon owner: Pelosi thinks she’s above everyone
Salon A La Mode owner Shelley Luther on footage of Nancy Pelosi at a San Francisco hair salon without wearing a mask and the decision to run for Texas State Senate.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been catching some backlash for being caught on camera in a San Francisco salon without a mask on.
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Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther, who at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic was arrested and jailed for reopening her salon against state regulation, told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney that Pelosi’s decision to go mask-less is “blatant hypocrisy.”
“I don't know how long America's going to let this blatant hypocrisy just slap them in the face,” she said. “This woman thinks she's above everyone and then tries to tell people she didn't know that she was breaking the rules. She thinks we're stupid or something. It’s ridiculous.”
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Pelosi’s spokesman Drew Hammill responded to the video saying that the salon allowed for one customer to be present at a time and that the speaker was complying with salon rules.