Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., went on the offensive over the weekend, attacking Joe Biden for a series of executive orders repealing a wide variety of Trump-era policies. While she may be outraged that she won’t be getting the planned “Garden of American Heroes,” Twitter users were delighted to have another opportunity to remind her of her role in the Jan. 6 insurrection and opposition to leukemia funding.

Planning for Trump’s monument began with a task force in 2020, laying the groundwork for “a vast outdoor park that will feature the statues of the greatest Americans to ever live.”

In addition to standard political figures, the garden would have contained statues of athletes and pop culture stars. The list, of course, would be curated by Trump himself, featuring Davy Crockett, Billy Graham, Whitney Houston, Harriet Tubman and Antonin Scalia.

No site was ever selected and the project never received funding from Congress. Biden’s executive order ending the task force was the final nail in the garden’s coffin, giving Lauren Boebert the chance to publicly mourn the lost statues.

Boebert, however, is a high-profile target within the alt-right, garnering widespread opposition due to her publicity stunts and stances on guns, COVID-19 and the Jan. 6 insurrection. Users seldom pass up the opportunity to bring up her unpopular positions.

Boebert also took aim at mounting opposition to Arizona’s state audit, which has been rife with secrecy, bias and publicly humiliating gaffes like spending time checking the ballots for bamboo fibers after it was suggested they had been flown in from Asia.