Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Georgia) terrorizes behind officers in the United States Capitol during the Jan. 6, 2021 riots.
Twitter critics enraged lawmakers. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) is Distribute Assault Rifle Lapel Pins A photo of a panicked Clyde hiding from violent insurgents in the Capitol is circulating among his colleagues during a horrific mass shooting.
In the photo, Clyde behind a Capitol official pointing his gun at the door of the House of Representatives in preparation for the insurgents to storm the House on January 6, 2021 — in his face. A look of utter terror — crouching.
Clyde has also been photographed helping push furniture against the door to keep out Donald Trump supporters. Hand out barricade lapel pins — not an assault rifle — to his colleague.
Clyde was raked in by Democrats and others after distributing rifle lapel pins to Republicans in the House.
With Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (Republican) George Santos (RN.Y.) are both shoot with pinLuna did so on Monday, less than 48 hours after a shooting in her state that left 11 people injured, two of them seriously. Six shootings in Florida in January.
astonished member of parliament Jimmy Gomez (California Democrat) told reporters this week: you must have some common decency“
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-California) asked Clyde on Twitter:can you hear me [sic] For children or murderers?’” he added. Clyde gave me the answer. “
Clyde, owner of Georgia’s leading gun retailer A person profiting from gun use quipped in a tweet he had.Triggered’ Democrat’” His pin praises the assault rifle he wears. He said he intended to express his support for the Second Amendment.
This led to a plethora of photos of a frightened Clyde being posted to Twitter on January 6, with one critic mocking: you Triggered here? “
After the Capitol storming, Clyde claimed: The rebels were just ‘tourists’ Walk in historic buildings. It’s not clear why he was compelled to help barricade the chambers of the House of Representatives from tourists.
Clyde was one of only three Congressman, All Republicans, Last Year voted against making lynching a federal hate crime.