Kevin McCarthy’s Office Vandalized
House Majority Leader, Kevin McCarthy, had his office vandalized on Monday as two men threw a boulder through his window. Rep. McCarthy, from Bakersfield, CA, shared a post via Instagram with the details of the incident and also asking if anyone could help identify the two men involved. “Does anyone know these two guys? They threw a boulder thru our office window and took office equipment,” he asked on his Instagram account.
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It won’t be the first time that a Republican office has been attacked in recent days, showing that the left is increasingly losing their minds to Trump derangement syndrome. October 12th saw the Metropolitan Republican Club in New York city get hit by vandals. Damage included smashed windows, spray-painted doors, a keypad lock covered in glue and a chilling note left at the scene of the crime warning that this was “Only the beginning.”
The Previous Vandalism Of Republican Property
At the start of the month, the Winnebago County Republican Headquarters in Illinois were attacked and had the words “Rape” and “Shame” daubed all over their facade in paint. Sen. Dave Syverson (Rep) said that the damage “falls under the realm of a hate crime” although not as it’s defined legally at the moment.
Some good came out of this horrible act. Businessman, Andrew Correa, who owns local Powerhouse Painting had heard about the Graffiti and decide to do something about it.
“This graffitied building was a sad day in our community. Being a business owner here locally. Thought of how I could make a difference. It’s always nice to give back to the community. Powerhouse Painting, inc was glad to be of service. Their (sic) is a proper place to discuss these views. Spraying paint on buildings is not one of them,” he said on a Facebook post with images showing the cleanup in progress.