“If you want to understand the dynamics of Nancy Pelosi’s defamatory non-apology, a little back history is in order. First, Pelosi is fabulously wealthy, with Pelosi and her husband having a combined net worth estimated, at minimum, to be around $97 million. She lives in a home with a $24,000 refrigerator that holds $14 pints of ice cream. Second, Pelosi is 80 years old, which means she is in the high-risk category for the Wuhan virus.
The above facts mean that Nancy Pelosi could easily have paid someone to her home for the blow-out that Pelosi needs because she’s special – but that you, the ordinary person trapped in your home, may not have. These facts also mean that Nancy Pelosi, who’s insisted that everyone should wear a mask, should be super-paranoid about having anyone come near her.
But Pelosi didn’t want to turn her home into a hair salon and she seemingly isn’t that worried about coming into contact with people who might have the virus to which she’s so vulnerable. That’s why, on Monday, Pelosi went to a San Francisco salon to have her hair professionally washed and dried. Again, she needs to look nice; you don’t:
What Pelosi hadn’t counted on was the fact that the salon’s manager might resent seeing Pelosi using her salon. After all, Pelosi has aggressively been advocating (and California Democrats have even more aggressively been enforcing) such stringent Wuhan virus rules that the salon owner cannot conduct business at her salon. She’s going broke, but Pelosi gets to look pretty (well, pretty for Pelosi).
When Pelosi was first confronted with her hypocrisy, she had a flunky give a statement:
“The Speaker always wears a mask and complies with local COVID requirements. This business offered for the Speaker to come in on Monday and told her they were allowed by the city to have one customer at a time in the business. The Speaker complied with the rules as presented to her by this establishment,” he said.
That Pelosi “always wears a mask” was obviously a lie, because the infamous video showed her maskless. Moreover, it strains credulity to believe that, seven months into the lockdown, Pelosi and her staff were that naïve about the rules.
An apology was in order. But people like Pelosi don’t apologize. The best that narcissists can do is issue “non-apology apologies,” things such as “I’m sorry you’re mad at me,” or “I’m sorry that you were foolish enough to think I was telling the truth.”
Pelosi, though, couldn’t even choke that out. Instead, she chose the Marion Barry strategy and went on the attack, defaming either the hairstylist or the salon owner for setting her up