Vandals spray the house of Republican Representative Nancy Mace’s South Carolina family with Antifa graffiti and the message that all politicians are ‘b******ds’
- South Carolina Republican Representative Nancy Mace posted on Twitter on Tuesday that her childhood home was vandalized on Memorial Day
- She posted images of the black spray paint posts, which featured Antifa symbols, saying “F*** you Nancy” and “All politicians are b*****ds”
- Mace lives in that house with her two children, their bicycles can be seen in the frame of some of the images of the vandalism
- It appears the paint spray attack was linked to the PRO bill, which Mace voted ‘no’ to in March, but it’s still through the House
- The Protecting the Right to Organization Act would amend previous labor laws to extend “various employment protections related to workers’ rights to organise.”
Representative Nancy Mace’s house in Charleston was vandalized Monday by Antifa members who wrote “f*** you Nancy” and “all politicians are b*****ds.”
The vandals wrote in black paint on the South Carolina congresswoman’s path that led to her porch and the street in front of her house. They sprayed several Antifa ‘A’ symbols on the walkways symbolizing that the criminals were members of the decentralized and usually violent far-left anti-fascist movement.
“In the early morning hours of Memorial Day, my home, where I am raising my two children, was vandalized with Antifa symbols and profanity,” Mace wrote on her personal Twitter account. “While my children and I are happily okay, these criminal acts are unacceptable regardless of your politics.”
She continued in her thread on Tuesday: “We should all feel safe in our own homes, regardless of our political beliefs.”
When not in Washington, DC, Mace lives at her home in Charleston, South Carolina with her two children who she shared with ex-husband Curtis Jackson, whom she divorced in 2019.
South Carolina Representative Nancy Mace posted on Twitter on Tuesday that her family home was vandalized on Memorial Day. She posted images of the posts with black spray paint, including Antifa symbols. Her two children’s bicycles can be seen in frame
A message said ‘F*** you Nancy’
Another piece of spray paint demanded Mace pass the pro-act, which she voted against in March 2021 2021
Mace lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her two children she had with ex-husband Curtis Jackson
It appeared that the vandalism was linked to Mace’s ‘no’ vote in March this year on ‘The Protecting the Right to Organisation’, otherwise known as the PRO Act.
“This is the second time I’ve been the target of vandalism in the past few months,” she continued, adding that the police are trying to find the vandals.
“There is a significant difference between nonviolent protests and criminal acts of intimidation and vandalism,” Mace wrote.
“I am also concerned about my neighbors who have been affected by this horrendous criminal behavior.”
Some other notes in the graffiti said “no gods, no masters” and demanded Mace “pass the pro-act.”
Mace appeared to address the alleged reason for the vandalism and said she is working hard to run her congressional career in a bipartisan fashion and represent that of South Carolina’s 1st congressional district
The PRO Act stands for ‘The Protecting the Right to Organisation’ and is a bill that would amend previous labor laws to extend ‘various employment protections related to the right of workers to organize and bargain collectively in the workplace’.
Mace took office as a representative of South Carolina’s 1st congressional district on January 3, 2021. In March 2021, the PRO bill was resubmitted and passed by the Democrat-controlled House. Mace voted ‘no’ to HR 842.
“I also hope people realize how hard I work for the 1st Congressional District and also how hard I work on both sides of the aisle — a particularly difficult task — given the vitriol of our current political environment,” she wrote. of the vandalism in expressing her efforts in Congress.
The congressman continued in her lengthy Twitter message to thank her neighbors for “reaching out to offer their help and support.” I can’t thank the Charleston community enough.”
“Having had time to process what has happened in the past 24 hours, I also wanted to take a moment to encourage people to think about their words and their actions,” she added. “It’s not just social media, but our words affect real people and real lives. We should turn it down a notch.’
“We can and must do better for our children and for our country.”
She also posted the images of the vandalism, where her children’s bicycles can be seen, on her congress Twitter.
She wrote: ‘Early Memorial Day my house was vandalized with spray painted ANTIFA graffiti. This kind of illegal harassment shows the destructive division in our country and how dangerous it can be. We can and must do better.’