‘F– You Nancy’: Rep. Mace’s Home Vandalized with Antifa Graffiti
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The home of South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace (R) was vandalized over Memorial Day weekend with profanity and anarchist symbols.
Her house, front steps, sidewalk and street were defaced with black spray paint, including statements like “F–k you Nancy,” “all politicians are bastards,” “no god, no masters,” “pass the pro act,” and three Antifa symbols.
“What pisses me off, makes me so angry is that this is the house I live in with my kids, my two kids,” Mace shared in a video posted online. “My kids aren’t even safe on the front porch of their own home and it’s wrong.”
WATCH REP. NANCY MACE’S FULL VIDEO BELOW:
The Republican representative thanked the Charleston Police Department for taking care of the situation, responding Monday morning, Fox News reports.
This comes after Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) received a suspicious package with a death threat at his home: “I’ll finish what your neighbor started you motherf—-.”
“Conservatives are being targeted,” Mace told Fox News Tuesday. “We can’t continue down this path. It’s un-American and it’s unsafe, and we could do better.”