Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home vandalized with graffiti, severed pig’s head

Graffiti referenced $2K COVID relief payments

House speaker Nancy Pelosi's home vandalized

SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco home of Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, was vandalized on New Year’s Day.

Responding officers found graffiti painted on her garage door and a severed pig’s head left in the driveway.

Police say the graffiti referenced $2,000 COVID relief payments and rent cancellations.

The messages were covered with garbage bags, and the pig’s head was removed.

Police are still investigating the vandalism.

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