Pelosi's home vandalized: Anarchist graffiti on garage door; apparent pig's head, red paint on driveway

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A San Francisco home owned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was vandalized early Friday with graffiti scrawled over the garage door and what appeared to be a pig's head surrounded by a pool of red paint on the driveway.

"$2K Cancel Rent!," a reference to the $2,000 stimulus checks lawmakers failed to secure for Americans as part of the relief bill, was written on the garage door along with "We Want Everything." There was also an "A" enclosed in a circle, the common logo for the anarchy movement.

Police later covered up the graffiti with black trash bags, according to social media posts.

Police responded to a vandalism call at the Democratic congresswoman's home around 3 a.m, TMZ reported.

A police report was taken but it is unclear if there are any suspects.

It was also unclear if Pelosi, 80, was home at the time.

Pelosi's office has yet to comment.