Tuesday morning, a vandal spray-painted the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington D.C. The graffiti, sprayed with red paint, looked as though it read, “F**k law,” although it was unclear.
The monument preservation crew started cleaning up the Lincoln Memorial with a “gel-type architectural pain stripper safe for use on historic stone.” They told WJLA, “Treatments will be applied as necessary until all evidence of the graffiti is gone.”
A Smithsonian wayfinding sign in the 1400 block of Constitution Avenue was also vandalized, with silver spray paint.
Paper covers the spot where someone sprayed red paint on the Lincoln Memorial. The Park Service if trying to clean it pic.twitter.com/FLhHihOU8k
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WASHINGTON – A vandal is being sought after the Lincoln Memorial was spray painted in the early morning hours Tuesday, according to officials.
The National Park Service said it was working to remove the graffiti after it was discovered at about 4:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
The graffiti, which was done in red spray paint, says “(expletive) law.”
The National Mall and Memorial Parks monument preservation crew started removing the graffiti at the Lincoln Memorial.
Now we don’t know who did this, but I am going to go out on a limb here and say it wasn’t a Conservative….
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