‘Nancy Pelosi’s Wall is Back But Not Our Border Wall!’ MTG Shares Video of Re-erected U.S. Capitol Fence

U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) recorded a Facebook Live video this morning at the U.S. Capitol where she showed that the fence was back up around the U.S. Capitol like it was after Jan. 6.

In the video, Greene showed the fence and in the post, she lamented, “Nancy Pelosi’s Wall is back but not our border wall!”

In the video, Greene said that she believes Pelosi and President Joe Biden only care about walls when it comes to the U.S. Capitol.

“Pelosi only cares about Congress, all the Democrats in Congress, they only care about themselves and they don’t care about the national security crisis that Joe Biden has created at the border,” Greene explained.

Greene pointed out that Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. House Rep Ilhan Omar had bailed out the BLM rioters form last summer while many are still in prison from Jan. 6.

The fence has been re-erected because of a rally that is to be held on Saturday, calling for justice for those being held still from the Jan. 6 rally and called the “Justice for J6.”

The Washington Times reported that the U.S. Capitol is again surrounded by a fence, surveillance cameras have been installed, and the National Guard has been asked to be on standby as police.

A a spokesman for the U.S. Capitol Police said in a press release this week that they are “aware of concerning online chatter about a demonstration planned for September 18,”

From The Washington Times:

Event organizer Matt Braynard, who served as data director for Mr. Trump’s 2016 campaign, said participants in Saturday’s protest want to focus new attention on accusations that some of those jailed in connection with the January riot have been singled out for harsh and unfair treatment while in custody.

He said the protest will be “peaceful.”

Mr. Braynard said his top request for attendees “is to be respectful and kind to all law enforcement officers.”

Aides for Mr. Trump say that he has little interest in the protest planned by his former staffer, and he does not plan to attend, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.

Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger said the fence — which was first erected after Jan. 6 and taken down in July — is a temporary measure “to ensure everyone’s safety” during the rally.

“We are here to protect everyone’s First Amendment right to peacefully protest,” Mr. Manger said. “I urge anyone who is thinking about causing trouble to stay home. We will enforce the law and not tolerate violence.”