Salon Targeted By Angry Nancy Pelosi Forced To SHUT DOWN Over “Negativity”

( The salon targeted by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been forced to close down following a massive negative backlash from Democrat voters. Erica Kious, the owner of the salon which exposed Pelosi’s hypocritical trip to get her hair done, said she is permanently shutting the doors on her establishment in San Francisco and relocating over the “negativity.”

During an interview with Fox News on Wednesday, the owner of the E Salon explained the outpouring or anger and hatred towards her for exposing Pelosi for getting a blowout while not wearing a mask.

“I am actually done in San Francisco and closing my doors unfortunately,” she told Tucker Carlson. “I started to just get a ton of phone calls, text messages, emails, all my Yelp review…saying that they hope I go under and that I fail. So just a lot of negativity towards my business.”

The backlash has been so bad that Kious even says she is afraid to return to the E Salon, a property she owns that it used by individual contractors. One of those contractors was responsible for booking in a session with Nancy Pelosi.

“I’m actually afraid to go back,” Kious said. “It’s a little scary and sad. I do have a lot of positive calls and text messages from clients. But other than that, nothing but negativity.”

In case you (somehow!) missed it, video recently emerged that showed Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the salon not wearing a mask, ready to get her hair blow-dried. She flouted the rules not just on wearing a mask – which she has repeatedly advocated – but also on attending salons, which is still banned in San Francisco.

Instead of apologizing for her obvious hypocrisy, Pelosi used it as an opportunity to blame the salon and asked them for an apology for setting her up. The problem? Pelosi was the one who requested the salon did her hair.

Some setup that is.

While Kious is shutting the doors on her salon, she will be aided by the more than a quarter of a million dollars raised on a GoFundMe page. It will assist her in relocating the business. She has also been invited by several Republican governors to start her business in their friendlier states instead.