Vandal’s spray Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s house with graffiti, place a pig’s head



A spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department told Fox News that their officers had responded to a call of vandalism in the early hours of Friday morning at about 2 a.m. They said that unknown suspects had painted graffiti on a garage door and had left a pig’s head on the sidewalk.


They added that the house was in the 2600 block of Broadway. They did not confirm the owner of the house nor did they mention if anyone was at home when the vandalism occurred.


KRON4 News tweeted that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s house was reportedly vandalized overnight with fake blood and a pig’s head. The messages were covered up and the fake blood was removed though on Friday many photos were posted on social media and TMZ.


These images were of apparently spray-painted messages one of which said “$2K” with a line through it. Another purportedly said, “Cancel rent?” and “We want everything.” Another one supposedly read  “UBI!” UBI is the short form for Universal Basic Income.


Nancy Pelosi, the Democrats and President Donald Trump have been rooting for a $2000 stimulus check. However, most of the Republicans, led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell rejected  the proposal as “socialism for the rich.”


There have been tensions surrounding the second coronavirus relief bill with long drawn negotiations  and acrimony between the Democrats and Republicans. The second stimulus bill fell far short of the CARES Act which was the first relief bill passed during the initial stages of the pandemic.



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