Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Marjorie Taylor Green complains that her anti-Biden sign is missing from the Capitol

Congressman Marjorie Taylor Green (RG) appears to be unhappy that someone removed the anti-Joe Biden plaque posted outside her Capitol office on Wednesday – just days after she threw away the chaos that Donald Trump’s supporters staged in the same building. 6th January.

Green tweeted that someone “stole” a sign she hung in the Capitol hallway that said “Come on Brandon.” The phrase became popular in right-wing circles after a sportscaster at a NASCAR race mistook the chant “Fuck Joe Biden” for “Let’s go Brandon.”

Greene also regretted that someone had “ripped off some lovely letters from good people” that she had pasted to the wall.

Greene said last week that the storming of the Capitol on January 6 was “just a riot” and that the participants were exercise their rights in accordance with the Declaration of Independence overthrow the government.

The cost of repairing damage from the attack and paying related security costs topped $ 30 million earlier this year, and this figure is expected to continue to rise, Capitol architect J. Brett Blanton told lawmakers in February.

Apparently that doesn’t do the job of losing the Let’s Go Brandon sign.

Green’s critics on Twitter liked to point out the irony.

Others pounced on Green for letters, which she taped to the wall outside her office.

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