Marjorie Taylor Greene fumes after 'Let's go Brandon' sign outside her office disappears
Marjorie Taylor Greene (Screen Capture)

Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) is again claiming she is the victim after a "Let's go Brandon" sign hanging outside her office disappeared.

Greene, who has littered the outside walls in the hallway of the House Longworth Building with papers, whined on Twitter Thursday that some of the things she'd taped up were gone. She alleges that they were stolen by angry Democrats who were taking Tuesday losses out on her.

The sign was part of a far-right meme used by Republicans to mean 'F*ck Joe Biden."

"The origins of the meme go back to Oct. 2, when race car driver Brandon Brown won his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race and was being interviewed by NBC reporter Kelli Stavast," NPR explained in their analysis of the start of the meme. "In the background, some in the crowd can be heard chanting, 'F*ck Joe Biden,' though Stavast says, 'You can hear the chants from the crowd, 'Let's go, Brandon!'' in her broadcast."

It's unclear what Greene was talking about when she referenced an expert in quotes.

See her tweet and photo below: