The arrogance of Joe Biden seems to know no end. Now he has removed from the White House all-American artist Norman Rockwell’s iconic paintings and replaced them with photos of… Joe Biden.
According to Politico, the Biden White House has removed the paintings of one of America’s most famous artists, and has refused to tell anyone why.
Four NORMAN ROCKWELL panels of watercolor and black-and-white sketches featuring the White House — which have been displayed in the building since 1978 — have been taken off the walls.
Much of the “So You Want to See the President” series shows various Americans, such as top military officers and senators, waiting in the White House for time with the president. The titles of the sketches are “Gentleman of the Press,” “Beauty and Publicity Man,” “The Press Get a News Flash” and “A Hero is Interviewed.” Objects like the “President’s gas mask,” “the President’s lunch,” and “the Visitors’ Hatrack” are also depicted in the sketches.
Two people familiar with the matter said the family that owns the art wanted them back — and got its request granted sometime last year. All the works were originally on display in the lower press hallway but moved to the hallway between the upper press area and the Roosevelt Room during GEORGE W. BUSH’s administration. The sketches originated from a visit Rockwell made to the White House in 1943 during which he spent time in the Reception Room.
Politico added: “A person familiar with the matter said that several jumbo photos of Biden have since replaced the Rockwell prints, which also were featured in the “Saturday Evening Post” in 1943.”
Who needs priceless works of Americana art when you can have wonderful “jumbo” photos of joe Biden?
I mean, come on. Joe Biden is far more iconic than any Norman Rockwell junk, right?