Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia wore a fancy wool coat during her State of the Union address.
Far-right lawmakers wore coats to “highlight” Chinese spy balloons, according to her office.
The garment sells for $495 on Overland.com and “helps Peruvian artisans get a fair wage.”
Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green wore a fancy wool coat with large fur trims to her State of the Union address on Tuesday night.
According to her office, it was an effort to draw attention to a Chinese spy balloon that flew over the mainland United States last week.
The far-right congressman “dressed her to highlight what President Biden refused to mention in his speech: the white Chinese spy balloon,” spokesman Nick Dyer said. told Hillsaid she bought it during the campaign of Rep. Harriet Hedgeman, who was running for the Republican primary against former Wyoming Congressman Liz Cheney.
Biden didn’t explicitly mention balloons, but alluded to them. say it “If China threatens our sovereignty, we will act to defend our country. And we did.”
according to Overland.comThe coat, called “Regina,” costs $495 and is composed of 60% alpaca and 40% wool.
Greene, a self-proclaimed “Christian Nationalist,” also helped purchase Peruvian artisans.
“This sustainable, heirloom-quality garment is part of a collection that helps Peruvian artisans earn fair wages while honoring the traditions of their ancestors,” reads. costume description“These accomplished artists, many of whom are mothers, take pride in their work and often work from their home studios.”
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