The home of Nancy Mace, a Republican representative from Charleston, South Carolina, was vandalized on Memorial Day with Antifa symbols written on the walls, insults, and violent messages urging her to pass pro-union legislation. Far-left terrorists also destroyed several parks in the area.
Multiple anarchist symbols with the circle ‘A’ and messages such as “all politicians are bastards,” “there are no gods and no masters,” “go to m=!”(# Nancy” and “pass the pro act” were spray-painted on Mace’s home and sidewalk, according to images she posted on her Twitter account.
“In the early morning hours of Memorial Day, my home, where I’m raising my two children, was vandalized with Antifa symbols and profanity,” Mace wrote. “Although my kids and I are thankfully fine, these criminal acts are unacceptable no matter your politics.”
Mace later also posted a YouTube video in which he regretfully stated that his children are not safe even in their own home. “This is wrong. We can disagree politically, but vandalizing someone else’s property is wrong and illegal,” added the congresswoman.
Mace blasted President Biden and others who seem to minimize Antifa by labeling the grouping as simply an “idea” and not a terrorist organization after finding the anarchist symbols of an “A” with a circle around it on her home.
“It’s awful and it also goes to show that Antifa isn’t just an ideology, you know, as some want to call it,” Mace said. “These are real people with criminal intent. There was Antifa graffiti with this. [They] wreaked havoc across the United States and my house is just the latest casualty.”
This is not the first time Mace’s property has been vandalized. Her car was severely damaged in October, about a month before Biden won the election, Fox News reported.
Mace recently drew the ire of the left when she voted against the Pro-Act in March. The aforementioned bill, which ultimately passed the House on a mostly partisan vote, aims to strengthen protections for labor unions.
Three parks in the Mace community were also targeted for vandalism over Memorial Day weekend, Charleston police told The Post and Courier. One of the parks was vandalized with anarchist symbols just like those identified at the Mace home, the media outlet reported.
Several Republican members of Congress voiced their support for Mace on social media, including former Governor Nikki Haley, who expressed her support, saying, “I’m so sorry Nancy. I hate that your children had to see that.”
Threats against members of Congress are on the rise. The Capitol Police Department reported in May that there has been a 107% increase in threats against federal lawmakers this year compared to 2020, and police anticipate the number of cases will continue to grow, Fox News reported