D.C. woman trolls Mike Pence with daily countdown to Inauguration Day

A Washington, D.C. woman who voted for President Elect Joe Biden has been trolling her neighbor — Vice President Mike Pence — by counting down the days until he is out of office in her window.

Ashley, a history PhD who runs a blog called History in High Heels, lives near Number One Observatory Circle, the official residence of the Vice President.

And since she knows that the VP sometimes passes her house when he’s out for a walk, Ashley has been using bright-colored paints to count down the last days of his term, right where he can see it.

Prime real estate: Ashley, a history PhD who runs a blog called History in High Heels, lives near Number One Observatory Circle, the official residence of the Vice President

Prime real estate: Ashley, a history PhD who runs a blog called History in High Heels, lives near Number One Observatory Circle, the official residence of the Vice President

Waiting for it: Since November, she has been updating a sign on her window counting down the days until Biden takes office

She also has a Biden/Harris sign

Waiting for it: Since November, she has been updating a sign on her window counting down the days until Biden takes office

'In addition to coffee and Peleton, I've added something new to my morning routine, and that's updating this giant countdown I have for my lovely neighbor,' she says

‘In addition to coffee and Peleton, I’ve added something new to my morning routine, and that’s updating this giant countdown I have for my lovely neighbor,’ she says

Hey, neighbor! She captured Pence and his wife on the road outside her window during a walk

Hey, neighbor! She captured Pence and his wife on the road outside her window during a walk

In November, Ashley shared a video of Pence and his wife going for a walk on the road just outside her window.

Realizing she had a prime opportunity to send a message, the next day, she went to the store for some supplies.

She soon had a huge sign hanging outside her window reading: ‘Need help packing?’

It was propped up right next to a Biden/Harris sign already hanging there. 

Ashley hasn't updated to say whether or not she has managed to catch Pence noticing her sign, but TikTok followers are, at least, delighted by it

Ashley hasn't updated to say whether or not she has managed to catch Pence noticing her sign, but TikTok followers are, at least, delighted by it

Ashley hasn’t updated to say whether or not she has managed to catch Pence noticing her sign, but TikTok followers are, at least, delighted by it

Starting on the right foot: Ashley wrote that it was her 'favorite daily ritual' to update the sign

Starting on the right foot: Ashley wrote that it was her ‘favorite daily ritual’ to update the sign

Lending a hand: Shortly after the election, she also hung up a sign that asked, 'Need help packing?'

Lending a hand: Shortly after the election, she also hung up a sign that asked, ‘Need help packing?’

And she hasn’t let up: Soon after, she began a countdown on the window itself, using eye-catching markers to write on the glass, facing outward.

She started at 63 days until inauguration, and has changed the number every day in case Pence walks by.

‘In addition to coffee and Peleton, I’ve added something new to my morning routine, and that’s updating this giant countdown I have for my lovely neighbor,’ she says in one video.

Ashley hasn’t updated to say whether or not she has managed to catch Pence noticing her sign, but TikTok followers are, at least, delighted by it. 

Another one: Meanwhile, another of Pence's neighbors has his own sign for the Veep: a countdown of coronavirus deaths in the US

Another one: Meanwhile, another of Pence’s neighbors has his own sign for the Veep: a countdown of coronavirus deaths in the US

Robert Meisnere said Pence frequently drives by his Woodley Park home, so he started keeping track of the COVID-19 deaths for him to see

Robert Meisnere said Pence frequently drives by his Woodley Park home, so he started keeping track of the COVID-19 deaths for him to see

Meanwhile, another of Pence’s neighbors has his own sign for the Veep: a countdown of coronavirus deaths in the US.

Robert Meisnere told the Washingtonian that Pence frequently drives by his Woodley Park home, and when the US surpassed 100,000 deaths, he decided to get his attention.

He built a sign out of ‘really cheap wood’ which he paints a running tally on, changing it weekly. 

‘It felt like it was something that my wife and I could do to just kind of make sure he knew we were paying attention,’ he said. 

‘It was an opportunity I had that not a lot of other people had,’ he added.  

source: dailymail.co.uk

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