Erica Kious, the owner of the San Francisco Salon House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claims set her up, received a warm invitation from Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota Wednesday evening.
Reacting to Kious’ appearance on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” where she refuted Pelosi’s claim of a “set up” but also said her business made be finished due to hatred from Pelosi supporters, Noem wrote “My heart goes out to Erika.” Noem continued “As a former female small business owner, I can only imagine how crushing these last few months have been. And now THIS!?”
This is where the South Dakota governor made her pitch, adding “Erika, if you want to run your salon in a state that respects Freedom and won’t shut you down, then South Dakota is open for you.”
My heart goes out to Erika. As a former female small business owner, I can only imagine how crushing these last few months have been. And now THIS!?
Erika, if you want to run your salon in a state that respects Freedom and won't shut you down, then South Dakota is open for you. https://t.co/la6CD5LScC
— Governor Kristi Noem (@govkristinoem) September 3, 2020
Noem, who has been a strong supporter of President Trump, recently spoke at the RNC.
In July 6th video, Noem pitched South Dakota as a great place to do business, introducing a video by writing “There’s no place in America like South Dakota. We’d love to have you join us. Come grow your company; live your life; achieve your dreams.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi not only accused Kious of a set up, she also said “this salon owes me an apology.”