From Palm Beach Post, January 3, 2019
As Democrats prepared to take over the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday morning, an anti-Trump political action committee took aim at the GOP with a new billboard along the presidential motorcade route in West Palm Beach.
The group’s new bright red sign bears three letters — GOP — the acronym for the Republican Party. But the O is replaced by a hammer and sickle, the Russian symbol of proletarian solidarity. The billboard replaced another that called for President Donald Trump’s impeachment.
Mad Dog PAC, a beltway-based anti-Trump political action committee, laid claim to the motorcade-route billboard in March, when it installed a red, white and blue impeachment billboard. At about 10 a.m. on Thursday that billboard came down and was quickly replaced by the red, Russian themed sign. The billboard levels a biting dig at the Republican Party, which promoted hawkish positions during the Cold War but has largely come to the president’s defense amid the ongoing investigation into alleged collusion between Trump’s campaign and the Russian government.
Mad Dog’s latest anti-Trump shenanigans followed a visit last weekend by the group’s large inflatable yellow-haired rat, which it propped on the aft deck of a 30-foot boat it moored off the seawall behind Mar-a-Lago on Saturday afternoon.
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