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GOP Rep. Nancy Mace's home vandalized with graffiti

As always after an act of high-profile politically themed vandalism, dark theories are circulating that the victim (or a sympathizer) is the perpetrator. I doubt it. Click on the tweet to see larger photos of the graffiti. Mace issued this statement:. Those aren’t “Antifa symbols” on her sidewalk, although you...
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‘Politicians Are Bastards’: Rep. Nancy Mace’s House Vandalized With Graffiti

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) revealed on Tuesday that her home was defaced with graffiti over the holiday weekend. “In the early morning hours of Memorial Day, my home, where I’m raising my two children, was vandalized with Antifa symbols and profanity,” wrote Mace. She shared photos of the graffiti, which included anarchist slogans like “no gods no masters” and “all politicians are bastards” scrolled onto the front steps and sidewalk of Mace’s home, as well as several circle-A symbols. Another message, written on the side of her house, reads “support the pro act,” a seeming reference to the 2021 Protecting the Right to Organize Act, a piece of legislation that would provide protections for workers trying to organize. “Although my kids and I are thankfully fine, these criminal acts are unacceptable no matter your politics” tweeted Mace.
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US Rep. Nancy Mace’s South Carolina home vandalized

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Charleston police are investigating the vandalism of South Carolina U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace’s Daniel Island home after someone spray-painted it with profanity and symbols during Memorial Day weekend. A statement and a video from Mace’s congressional office shows graffiti painted on the street outside of the freshman...
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Nancy Mace says home vandalized by Antifa on Memorial Day

Rep. Nancy Mace said Tuesday that her South Carolina home was vandalized with “Antifa symbols and profanity” on Memorial Day, posting multiple photos of the damage while condemning the destruction in a posting to social media. The pictures show front steps, sidewalk and street in front of the South Carolina...