Nancy Pelosi’s home vandalized with a pig’s head, fake blood, graffiti the media doesn’t want you to see

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home in San Francisco’s upscale Pacific Heights neighborhood was vandalized on New Year’s Day with messages that bear the hallmarks of left-wing extremism.

Photos taken from the scene showed the home’s garage door covered with spray-painted left-wing messages including “Cancel Rent!” and “We Want Everything!”

Also spray-painted on the garage door was the letter “A” in a circle, which reportedly denotes anarchism, and the word “$2K” crossed out in reference to the failed effort to boost the coronavirus relief stimulus from $600 to $2,000.

Lying on the ground in front of the garage door meanwhile was what appeared to be the head of a deceased pig, as well as a pool of what looked to be pig blood.

Below is the photo from the scene taken by local conservative activist Maggie VandenBerghe:

VandenBerghe was right about the door later being covered with garbage bags.

According to reporter Luz Peña of of Bay Area station KGO, “SF public works covered the graffiti with black garbage bags and cleaned the sidewalk.”

Look:

As to whether there’s an ongoing media blackout of the vandalism, that remains unclear. While local outlets have clearly covered the vandalism, as of Saturday major outlets such as CNN and The Washington Post had not.

It appears VandenBerghe believes this ostensible major mainstream media blackout is motivated by a desire to cover up what she believes is left-wing extremism.

Below is a tweet from San Francisco Republican Party chair John Dennis that she retweeted late Friday evening:

Pelosi’s home has been targeted at least two additional times this year, though not by left-wing extremists. In September a supporter of President Donald Trump reportedly defecated in front of her garage door and claimed it “was for President Trump.”

Speaking with the New York Post afterward, the man, an apparent YouTube star known as “Mando,” claimed he’d merely been participating in a “peaceful protest.”

That same month, another group of “peaceful protesters” gathered outside the House speaker’s home after she was exposed as a covidiot hypocrite.

Pelosi was busted at the time on video receiving a “blow out” at a salon in violation of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Worse, she was seen prancing around the salon maskless despite being a vocal, lecturing proponent of mask-wearing.

San Francisco Chronicle reporter Jessica Christian shared several videos online of the demonstration, noting that the protesters weren’t salon owners, as some had reported, but rather “angry salon customers.”

Look:

According to the Daily Mail, Pelosi’s lavish home is worth an estimated $5.4 million. Her salary meanwhile reportedly hovers in the $223,500 range.

The point is that she’s one of the elites who haven’t suffered even an iota during the coronavirus pandemic, which is why her violation of the rules that everybody else was being forced to follow enraged so many people at the time.

In fairness to the speaker, she did support and pass a measure last week to increase coronavirus stimulus payments from $600 to $2,000. She has however abstained from embracing far-left wing proposals to just outright “cancel rent.”

Back in March, the far-left wing website known as The Intercept penned a brutal piece titled, “Millions Of People Will Struggle To Pay Rent In April, But Few In Congress Care.” Among those who didn’t care, the site alleged, was Pelosi.

“While some states — namely New York — have taken steps to temporarily block evictions, congressional Democrats, with the exception of a handful of progressive lawmakers, have shown almost no interest in addressing the bills due in less than a week, one of the most pressing financial concerns ordinary people currently face,” the site reported.

It also included the following devastating quote from an anonymous House Democrat staffer: “It shows that Pelosi and Democratic leadership still have their eyes on protecting corporations and not the people.”

The sentiment was even somewhat echoed by conservatives:

Months later, it appears the sentiment still persists, though in fairness to Pelosi and Senate Democrat leader Chuck Schumer, the two did eventually call for rent assistance.

Vivek Saxena

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