Known for his meme-filled posts, Collins has ushered in the festive season with a unique display of Christmas decorations themed around Hunter Biden, President Biden's son.
Collins, 56, has placed a life-sized cutout of Hunter Biden at the entrance of his office in the Longworth House Office Building. Accompanying the cutout is a sign that reads "Let It Snow," an apparent nod to Hunter's past struggles with substance abuse.
In an interview with The Post, Collins expressed his hope that the decorations would not be stolen, given the crime rate in DC. "With the way crime is in DC, I just hope nobody steals these decorations!" he said.
The display also includes a stocking for Navy Joan Roberts, Hunter's daughter born out of wedlock. The stocking is a pointed reference to the absence of a stocking for Roberts in the White House's holiday displays for the past two years. This year, the White House has chosen not to hang stockings in the State Dining Room, stating that the tradition would be observed at Camp David instead.
Gifts under the Christmas tree outside Collins' office carry tags that take a dig at President Biden. One tag reads, "To Quid Pro Joe From Xi," referring to Chinese President Xi Jinping. Other tags label Biden as "the big guy" and mention one of his email aliases, Robert L. Peters.
Collins revealed to Fox News that his office had unwittingly signed up for the second floor of Longworth, where a Christmas decoration competition is traditionally held. "When we got our room assignment, we didn’t realize that we were signing up on the second floor [of Longworth], where there’s always the big Christmas decoration competition," he said. "When we do something, we’re in it to win it.”
However, President Biden is not the only target of Collins' humor. An ornament at the top of his office Christmas tree depicts a Simpsons meme that Collins posted during the contest to replace Kevin McCarthy as House speaker. "We like poking fun at everybody," Collins said. "We just had a lot of fun.”