Critics of President Joe Biden staged a protest Tuesday above a major road to Washington, D.C. during morning rush hour which included a large animated penis and signs urging Democrats to “suck my d***.”
Shaun Porter, a YouTube performer, placed several signs on a bridge over the 270 spur in Maryland that read “F*CK BIDEN,” “EAT MY A**, and “DEMOCRATS CAN SUCK MY D*** 2022!!!” according to several photos and videos shared online.
Men in costumes including a cowboy hat and a Care Bear costume waved signs from a truck on the bridge, and at least one woman drove up to the bridge to express her anger over the signs.
“We’re just unhappy with the direction of the country and we’re having a redress of grievances as protected under the First Amendment and within the laws of the state of Maryland,” Porter told the DCNF. “We’re ordinary people expressing our concerns with the direction of the country hoping to influence our fellow citizens in the upcoming November elections.”
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One sign, which appeared to be about ten feet long, featured a cartoon penis with Biden’s face drawn on it which read “Biden sucks.” Several signs said “F*CK BIDEN,” and one sign featured an image of the Seinfeld character George Costanza in boxer underwear beneath the words “Eat my a** you liberal yupee wh***s.”
One sign advertised Porter’s YouTube account, which shared videos Tuesday morning of the anti-Biden protest along with videos of individuals exiting their cars to complain about the signs.
One woman was filmed cutting a “F*CK BIDEN” flag in half with scissors before engaging in a verbal altercation with the cameraman.
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Responses to the protest were overwhelmingly positive, and several people stopped to bring the protesters beer, coffee, and snacks as well as to take pictures with the signs, Porter told the DCNF.
A handful of “completely insane” people also attempted to destroy the signs and halt the protest, including one woman Porter identified as a Montgomery County school teacher.