Pelosi’s San Francisco House Vandalized, Severed Pig’s Head Placed at the Scene

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home was vandalized early on New Year’s Day, reports KPIX . The vandals left graffiti indicating unhappiness with Congress’ handling of the COVID stimulus bill.

The new year brought a disturbing discovery at the San Francisco home of U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, where, early Friday morning, vandals spray-painted her house and left a severed pig’s head in front of her garage.

The graffiti says “Cancel rent” and “We want everything” — possibly referencing coronavirus stimulus checks. There was also a severed pig’s head in a pool of red paint left in front of the garage door.

Pelosi was not in the home when San Francisco police received a call about the vandalism, at about 2 a.m. local time on New Year’s Day. She was in Washington. Pelosi stymied the bill for months ahead of the election, but more recently favored increasing the $600 payments in the stimulus bill to $2000.

Police have no suspects at this time.

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