YouTuber records himself pooping at Nancy Pelosi’s home as a form of “peaceful protest”

SAN FRANCISCO – It is is arguably common knowledge at this point that defecation on the streets of San Francisco is permitted and widespread, such that a “poop patrol” comprised of city workers became necessary in order to attempt to keep up with the human waste.  There is even a database for poop complaints.

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Until now, however, targeted defecation has not been at the forefront of news and discussion.

On Saturday, September 12, a YouTuber, whose username is Lifes Mavrek and who also identifies himself as “Mando,” live-streamed a video entitled “Poopalosi” in which he appeared to relieve himself of solid waste in the driveway of one of Nancy Pelosi’s homes.

The entire original video has been rendered “Private” on YouTube and is not available for viewing.

However, the New York Post reports that Mando started the video by filming himself walking in San Francisco, looking for the Speaker’s house.

What happened upon his arrival can be observed, if desired, in the video below.

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Note:  Viewer discretion is advised, as bodily functions are documented here.

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In the video, Mando can be seen standing in the driveway portion of the sidewalk in front of what is purportedly Pelosi’s residence.

He drops his pants and squats, relieves himself, stands up and wipes, and salutes the camera.

After pulling up his pants, he crosses the street to the camera, focuses the camera on the results of his deed, and says:

“That’s for President Trump.”

According to the Daily Caller, in the original video, Mando added expletives directed toward Nancy Pelosi. 

His words included, in part:

“Hey everybody, I just took a s**t on Nancy Pelosi’s driveway! Why?! Because f**ck that b**tch.”

He reportedly added:

“America, hell yeah! F**k Pelosi, I just s**t on her lawn!”

According to the New York Post, Mando is

“part of a niche YouTube community that creates “IRL” or “in real life” livestream videos chronicling long stretches of unfiltered daily life.”

He created his channel six years ago when he became homeless, in order to document “the realities of living on the street.”

With the arrival of COVID, he told the Post, he found increased difficulties in the realm of toileting, as business closures and business policies meant that he could not use their indoor restrooms.

He added:

“I’d been hunting for a toilet all week, and the joke came up in the comments on one of my streams that ‘Hey, you should take a crap at Pelosi’s house.

“….eventually I just couldn’t hold it anymore.”

He also told the Post that his act was:

“a protest against a lack of resources for people living on the streets — while people in power, such as Pelosi, are able to get haircuts and live their daily lives fairly unchanged.”

Although he described himself to the New York Post as “not really very political,” the Post noted that “he supports Trump’s accomplishments and is scared about rising crime and the state of the country.”

Mando also stated:

“I fear America is becoming one big burned-down city.”

After the incident at the Pelosi home, Mando was detained and questioned by the Bay Area Rapid Transit Police Department at the request of the Capitol Police.  He live-streamed his recounting and reaction to the detention in another YouTube video, entitled “Im (sic) Gonna Need a Lawyer.”

Mando spoke in that video of how the police asked him about Kamala Harris, as he had apparently said in his original video that he would “s*** on her house” if she lived in San Francisco.

He added that his act of defecation in front of the Speaker’s house was a “peaceful protest,” and pointed out that he had relieved himself on public property, not Pelosi’s property.

Reportedly, Mando did apologize to Pelosi on Twitter after the incident.  His apology appears now to have been deleted from Twitter.

The New York Post reports that he tweeted:

“@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.”

At this writing, there has been no response on the incident from Pelosi or her spokespersons.

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Here is our report on another peaceful protest at the Pelosi home:

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Protesters that do not buy Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s claim that she was unaware of going into a salon was a violation of the stay at home order given by the Governor showed up around her house.  The peaceful protesters did not commit vandalism nor burned any flags. 

Instead, this group hung up blow dryers in the trees outside of her home.

On September 3rd, over twelve women showed up at the Speaker’s residence wearing curlers and wrapped in plastic smocks to voice their peaceful displeasure.  The group was unhappy with the double standard Pelosi showed when she went to get her hair taken care of against the current lockdown orders given by the Governor.

Videos of the protest were posted on social media which showed the group placing the hair dryers and curlers into trees around Pelosi’s home. 

The group also gave speeches and criticized her visit saying that it was hypocritical. 

One of the protesters said:

“I just want to say one thing to Nancy Pelosi: Get out of the salon and get back to work and pass a Covid relief bill in Washington.  Work with the Republicans, work with the Democrats, work with the independents, we don’t care. Get the job done.”

The incident came to light recently, as reported by LET in which an assistant to Pelosi contacted the salon and requested an appointment.  The stylist was not sure what to do and contacted her boss who did not know. 

The end result was Pelosi, third in line for the presidency, showed up for her appointment.

Pelosi claims that the salon contacted her and told her they were allowed to accommodate one person inside at a time.  While that excuse may be believable for the average person, someone who is as powerful as Pelosi certainly knows better. 

Not to mention, she actively advocates for the shutdown of the United States over the pandemic.

Many people were upset over Pelosi after this incident was reported, especially other salon workers who have been forced to close since the order came out.  Although salons were allowed to open on August 31st, they were only allowed to perform services outside and patrons were required to wear a mask. 

Something of which Pelosi, in her position, should be knowledgeable.

After Pelosi’s team initially denied that the Speaker did not wear a mask and followed all protocols while indoors, they quickly changed course when the video surveillance was given to Fox News.  Now, Pelosi is saying that she was “setup” by the salon and still denies she knew her going inside was against the regulations. 

Pelosi said:

“I take responsibility for trusting the word of a neighborhood salon that I’ve been to over the years many times.  And that when they said they could accommodate people one person at a time and that we could set up that time, I trust that. 

“As it turns out, it was a setup.  So, I take responsibility for falling for a setup.” 

Erica Kious denies that there was any setup involved regarding Pelosi’s visit and told Fox News that she does not owe any apology to the Speaker of the House. 

Kious said:

“Mrs. Pelosi owes the entire country an apology.  If America goes in front of Congress and lies, they go to jail.  But apparently, when the most powerful woman in the world lies to America, we owe her an apology.”

President Donald Trump weighed in on the “Hairgate Scandal” with a tweet, saying:
“Does anyone want a Speaker of the House who can be so easily SET UP?”

On September 3rd, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany played the Pelosi salon surveillance video during the briefing. 

She then told reporters:

“Apparently, the rules do not apply to Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  She wants small businesses to stay shut down but only reopen for her convenience.” 

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