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Five kids and a husband and no one can help Pelosi with her hair, if her hands shake too badly to do her own? She admits she went to the hair salon on the Speaker of the House web site, but refuses to say how many times she went during the lockdown (see further below).

@SenJohnKennedy “Fact: When Speaker Pelosi was breaking the rules to get her hair washed at a private salon appointment, tons of people in Louisiana didn’t even have water.

Pelosi Takes Heat Over Visit to San Francisco Hair Salon” See video: https://youtu.be/vgv-5eTli-o

If you hate Trump then you should hate Pelosi because she offered him cover and refused to impeach him until her hand was forced, and then the articles were too narrow and limited. She also refused to impeach Bush.

Trump lovers tend to hate Pelosi on policy grounds.

Either way she needs to be voted out of her Speaker position and ideally her Congressional seat.

She appears to be worse than Trump. This is why people need to wake up to the Kamala Harris danger now, and the need for Kamala to be replaced on the ticket, while she is investigated as a national security risk. https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2020/08/31/kamala-harris-uncle-on-indias-nuclear-weapons-test-indias-deception-was-better-than-the-cias-intelligence/

If people wait until Kamala is VP to investigate and remove her, and Pelosi is still Speaker of the House, then Pelosi becomes VP or President, if Biden dies. The media is offering cover – intentionally or unintentionally- to Biden’s murder by exaggerating his age and poor health. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_line_of_succession

Pelosi (and hubby) overpopulated the world with five kids and not one of them, nor herself (nor hubby) can wash her plain simple hair? Nor cut it? Nor dye it? Nor even put it in a ponytail or pin it up? She could grow it out for years, since she is a woman. It’s unclear if it was simply a wash and dry or a cut and dye, too.

Kennedy’s short curly hair is harder to cut than her plain board straight hair. His hair looks better than hers, too, and he doesn’t dye it. Click at tweet to see video

Notice Kennedy’s use of hyperbole. He says the hurricane practically knocked Louisiana into Texas. He was born in Centreville Mississippi and raised 30 miles away in Zachary Louisiana. Scots and Irish immigrants to the United States have tended to use this sort of language. Even the vikings were known for it. Some of Trump’s speech is in this style, apparently from his Scottish mother. Some more recent immigrant groups, such as Swiss, Germans and Italians,appear to not understand this and have conniption fits about the exaggeration. Americans used to have a sense of humor, which has apparently been quashed by literalistic legalistic sour puss immigrants. We define as more recent immigrants, those who came in large numbers predominantly after the US Civil War.

Mississippi Civil Rights leader Medgar Evers stated “If we catch any of you going in any of them racist stores, we’re gonna break your damn neck,” but this was ruled as political hyperbole, as it should have been because it was a common expression at that time and place (NAACP v. Claiborne Hardware Co. http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/true-threats )

Pelosi’s power comes from importing non-citizens and creating new citizens, because for apportionment they are counting all people in the US, regardless of citizenship status, which, as explained below, has resulted in a disproportionate shift of House seats to California and of tax resources to sanctuary cities. This is why she and other Dems fight like h*ll for all varieties of immigration and against ICE and don’t give a rat’s ass about Americans – new or old – who are already here.
Under current policy all persons — not just citizens — are included in the population count when apportioning seats to states in the U.S. House of Representatives and for votes in the Electoral College, which is based on House seats. Although we focus on the next census in 2020, the impact of immigration has been building for decades as the number of people settling in the country has increased dramatically. This report examines the cumulative impact of immigration, both legal and illegal, on the apportionment of House seats; this is not an analysis of the impact of immigration only since the previous census. Apportionment is a zero-sum system; by adding more population to some states rather than others, immigration will continue to significantly redistribute political power in Washington.” https://cis.org/Report/Impact-Legal-and-Illegal-Immigration-Apportionment-Seats-US-House-Representatives-2020

Pelosi admits she did it:
Q: Speaker Pelosi, I have to ask you about your visit to this hair salon in San Francisco on Monday – it’s been quite controversial. And I understand that it was not your first time getting your hair done inside that salon. Can you say how many times?
Speaker Pelosi. No, I’ve been there many – over the years, I’ve been there many times. I appreciate –
Q: Over the lockdown.
Speaker Pelosi. I appreciate the question and let me just say this. I take responsibility for trusting the word of a neighborhood salon that I’ve been to over the years many times. And that, when they said, ‘We’re able to accommodate people one person at a time,’ and that we could set up that time, I trusted that. As it turns out, it was a set up. So, I take responsibility for falling for a set up. And that’s all I’m going to say on that.
Anything else?

Q: Do you think you owe the service industry an apology? I just spoke to a San Francisco barber who’s a fan of yours, he supports you, but he thinks you owe the service industry an apology.

Speaker Pelosi. Well, I don’t. I think that they – that this salon owes me an apology for setting up…

Any other questions?
Q: It’s my understanding that you reached out to the salon to set up an appointment –
Speaker Pelosi. I said – I answered what I am going to answer. That’s all I’m going to do.
Q: But how was it a set up?
Speaker Pelosi. That’s all I’m going to do. That’s all I am going to answer.
Q: But how – can you explain how it was set up?
Speaker Pelosi. Do you have any questions about the fact that people are dying, schools need to open and the rest?
I feel your questions are an opportunity, and I thank you for them, an opportunity to say they should – there’s more to this that I’m not going into as to the motivation of a salon to say to me, ‘Yes, come in,’ and then they go from there. It was clearly a set up. I take responsibility for falling for a set up by a neighborhood salon that I have gone to for years. And that’s really what it is.

So, again, I think we should use it as an opportunity to say there’s so many people – I don’t know where you all get your hair cut or whatever it is, but we have a wealth of people who are engaged in these services. And again, the state and the city, depending on the incidents of infections in those areas, decide how they function.

If the salon is saying that we’re able to do this and they’re not, then they should not have said that and they should have been open for me to go there. But we trusted a neighborhood salon that I’ve been to for years.

Kennedy was born in Centreville, Mississippi and raised in Zachary, Louisiana. After graduating from Zachary High School as co-valedictorian in 1969, Kennedy entered Vanderbilt University, where his interdepartmental major was in political science, philosophy and economics. He graduated magna cum laude.
At Vanderbilt, he was elected president of his senior class and named to Phi Beta Kappa. After Vanderbilt, Kennedy received a Juris Doctor in 1977 from the University of Virginia School of Law in Charlottesville, Virginia. At the University of Virginia School of Law, he was an executive editor of the Virginia Law Review and was elected to the Order of the Coif.[2] In 1979, he earned a Bachelor of Civil Law degree with first class honours from Oxford University (Magdalen College) in England, where he studied under Sir Rupert Cross and John H.C. Morris.[3][4]

Meet The Folksiest Man In The U.S. Senate 25/01/2018 00:47 GMT
Sweet biscuits of mercy — it’s Sen. John Neely Kennedy.” By Igor Bobic, HuffPost US https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/john-kennedy-colorful-senate_n_5a68eef6e4b0dc592a0f138f