What Is The Nancy Pelosi Salon Controversy
Controversy With Nancy Pelosi Forces eSalon Owner Erica Kious To Close Down Business And Move Out Of San Francisco!: Nancy Pelosi recently received a lot of backlash after her recent visit to a salon in San Francisco.
Nancy recently booked an appointment with a salon called eSalon even after it was closed down due to the coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, the CCTV footage of the show revealed that Nancy was roaming around without a mask.
People criticized her for the hypocrisy, and she rightfully took responsibility. However, she accused the salon of setting her up which the salon owner Erica Kious denied utterly. After this incident, a lot of debates took place regarding the controversy.
Erica Kious Closes Down eSalon After Controversy With Nancy Pelosi
Erica Kious, the owner of eSalon, revealed to Fox News that she is closing eSalon from San Francisco after she received a lot of backlash from the supporters of Nancy. She said:
“I am actually done in San Francisco and closing my doors, unfortunately.”
This kind of harassment has brought down the image of House Speaker Nancy. Moreover, there is no justification regarding the fact that she was not wearing a mask at a time when it has become the need hour.
Erica Kious Shuts Down Business After 15 Years In San Francisco
Erica never thought that San Francisco would turn out as a nightmare for her. After 15 years of business in San Francisco, she never thought she would see such a face of San Francisco to a point where she has to close her business and move somewhere else. She said:
“I’ve been there for 15 years. I’ve never felt that way about San Francisco. But unfortunately, it’s going down a path that – a lot of people feel that way.”
Erica Kious Gets Help From Internet As She Shuts Down Following Rift With Nancy Pelosi
Erica did not receive just negativity. The people who support her have come together on the internet. Moreover, netizens have raised $333,000 on GoFundMe to give her the necessary financial support to restart her business elsewhere. Nancy also acknowledged that she does get calls that are positive and uplifting.