House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) home was reportedly vandalized early New Years Day with what appears to be fake blood, a spray-painted message and a pig’s head, TMZ reported.
The graffiti left by a confused voter appears to reference $2,000 stimulus checks that were held up in the U.S. Senate. Republicans blocked the vote on the $2,000 vote on Christmas Eve. The House eventually passed it but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked the bill from a vote in the Senate. He said he wouldn’t be “bullied” into passing the checks.
A photo posted to Twitter Friday showed what looks like Pelosi’s garage in Pacific Heights, where the angry message is scrawled above a smattering of red paint, with a pig’s head placed in the center of it all.
The message, left on her garage door, read: “$2k CANCEL RENT! WE WANT EVERYTHING!”
The graffiti suspect also illustrated the symbol for anarchy.
The vandalism was reported to San Francisco police around 3 a.m., TMZ reported.
BREAKING: Speaker Pelosi’s house VANDALIZED with red paint, PIGS HEAD and spray-painted message “$2K (crossed out)… CANCEL RENT… WE WANT EVERYTHING”. City called to clean up at 3am and police attempting to stop photos of scene. Media SILENT. pic.twitter.com/D3ERXteFCl
— Sam Houston (@_s______h___) January 1, 2021
Pelosi has been calling for $2,000 checks from the very beginning.
“The Democrats and Republicans in the House have passed that legislation. Who is holding up that distribution to the American people? Mitch McConnell and the Senate Republicans,” Pelosi told reporters at a conference Wednesday.