A pro-Trump congresswoman wore a face mask reading “Trump won” as she attended the 117th congressional swearing-in ceremony Sunday.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., turned heads as she arrived at the House Chamber outfitted in a bright red dress and black mask, with all caps letters declaring, “Trump won.”
Greene at first refused to wear a mask, along with a fellow Republican congressman, causing commotion on the House floor.
Rep. Greene attacked Speaker Pelosi for changing the mask rules, then followed up with a snap of her wearing the Trump mask.
The “Trump Won” mask signals support for President Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the US election, which evidence shows was fraudulently stolen from the president via immense voter fraud in multiple key battleground states.
The mask earned Greene the contempt of the mainstream press, with fake news institutions such as NPR labeling her a “QAnon believer.”
On Monday, a day after being sworn in, Rep. Greene voted against legislation proposed by Speaker Pelosi to eliminate “gendered language” from House rules.