Arizona State Senator Wendy Rodgers Supports Shib• February 3, 2022 8:22 pm • Comments
Republican State Senator of Arizona Wendy Rogers has just dipped her toes into the cryptocurrency world and while doing so she made one thing clear she’s a fan of Shib.
Sen. Wendy Rogers has made multiple headlines the last few months for supporting Arizona’s audit of the 2020 election but on February 2nd the lawmaker sent out a tweet that surprised everyone.
The 67-year-old lawmaker took to Twitter and said she loves the Shib community because they are very positive and not whiny.
Take a look:
Wow I love all these #SHIB people. You guys are fired up and very positive. Not a lot of whining.
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) February 2, 2022
Before she showed her support towards Shib, the lawmaker sent out this tweet:
I don't understand the SHIB. I don't understand the Doge. But I do understand freedom. People should be able to buy whatever digital coins they want. Even if they aren't as good as #Bitcoin.
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) February 1, 2022
U Today had more on the story:
Controversial American politician Wendy Rogers praised the Shiba Inu community in a recent tweet, claiming its members are “very positive.”
This comes after the MAGA-esque lawmaker tweeted that Americans should be able to buy Shiba Inu and Dogecoin, the two biggest meme coins, because she believes in freedom.
Last week, she introduced a bill to make Bitcoin legal tender in Arizona, but the legislation is unlikely to pass.
Last month, the politician faced backlash for calling New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern “Lenin with hair.”
Ironically, Rogers is now also getting canceled by some Bitcoiners who are not happy about the senator’s Shiba Inu tweets. One user quipped that the lawmaker’s 15 minutes are now over, suggesting that she will no longer be part of Bitcoin community engagement. Many laser-eyed Twitter users started unfollowing Rogers.
— U.Today (@Utoday_en) February 3, 2022
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