YouTuber Livestreams Himself Taking Poop On Nancy Pelosi’s Driveway

This continues to be a poo-poo month for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Earlier this month, Pelosi was caught on camera getting her hair done indoors in a private hair salon in San Francisco.

Pelosi was exposed for using a hair salon that had been locked down to the public amid the coronavirus.

Security footage showed Pelosi walking through eSalon in San Francisco with wet hair, and without a mask over her mouth or nose.

When asked about it at the time, Pelosi said she accepts responsibility, but claims it was all a “set up.

Now, things just got worse for Pelosi.

The New York Post is reporting that a YouTube star appeared to defecate on the driveway on Pelosi’s home in San Francisco.

And he filmed it.

The New York Post reported:

No Justice! No Pee?

A YouTube star appeared to relieve himself on the driveway of Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco residence during a livestream on Saturday.

The video, titled “Poopalosi,” had garnered more than 19,000 views Sunday night.

In the footage, a man who identifies himself as “Armando” walks through the streets of San Francisco in search of the Speaker’s house. Once there, he sets up a camera across the street and stands on what appears to be Pelosi’s driveway for several minutes, eventually saluting his viewers before squatting down to poop on the pavement.

After walking out of the frame he says, “That was for President Trump.”

In a subsequent live stream, titled “I’m gonna need a lawyer,” Armando claims that soon after the act he was detained by officers with the Bay Area Rapid Transit Police, at the behest of the Capitol Police department, the agency charged with protecting members of Congress.

“It was scary, man,” he says, adding: “They asked me about Kamala Harris, and about how I joked on the stream that if she lived in San Francisco I’d s–t on her house too.

“They weren’t f—ing playing.”

Armando did not immediately return a request for comment.

An account on Twitter claiming to be Armando later apologized for the incident, saying, “@SpeakerPelosi I know you may not ever see this but I want you to know, I meant no foul harm yesterday when I did what I did. I’m not proud of it at all and I just would like for you to know that. I have no ill will against you or anyone in an elected officials position.”

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