Nancy Pelosi's house 'vandalized with fake blood, pig's head, and graffiti calling for $2k stimulus checks and no rent'

HOUSE Speaker Nancy Pelosi's home was reportedly vandalized with graffiti, a pig's head, and fake blood on New Year's Eve night.

Photos show the garage door and driveway of the Democratic leader's California home was trashed by vandals apparently angry about coronavirus relief.

Pelosi's white garage door is seen covered in black paint with the words: "CANCEL RENT!" and "WE WANT EVERYTHING!"

The graffiti also reads has "$2K" – the amount of stimulus check money Pelosi has been pushing for Congress to get out to Americans – is black paint, but it appears to be crossed out.

Additionally, two letter "As" appear to be spray-painted in large black circles as part of the vandalism.

TMZ reported on Friday, citing law enforcement sources, that cops in San Francisco "responded to a vandalism call at Pelosi's home around 3am."

The sources said a police report was filed, but it's unclear if cops have identified any suspects.

Further information was not immediately clear.

John Dennis, who in the November election battled to take Pelosi's House seat in California's 12th congressional district, slammed on Friday the attack on her home, and alleging that the "violent left" was responsible.

"Lunatics leave pigs head & graffiti at Nancy Pelosi's house. Appalling," he tweeted, before accusing the news media of "ignoring" the graffiti.

"I took this picture just 5 minutes ago. They are literally covering it up. Dems like Pelosi will learn sooner or later: you cannot appease the violent left."

In recent weeks, Pelosi – with the support of President Donald Trump – has been pushing for Americans to receive $2,000 stimulus checks amid the pandemic.

The measure passed in the House, but a vote for the checks has repeatedly been blocked in the Senate.

This week, Americans who meet the criteria have started receiving $600 stimulus checks, which was approved by Congress.

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