A few days ago, we reported about the firebombing that took place at a North Carolina GOP office, an act that many people – including GOP running mate Mike Pence – referred to as “political terrorism.”
I’m not sure that this particular act of vandalism would be classified as political terrorism. But maybe the intent was the same.
The perpetrators took landscaping bricks and threw them through the windows of an Indiana GOP office. Fox59 reported:
Someone threw two landscaping bricks through a window on Oct. 8. Signs for Donald Trump and Todd Young were hanging on the window at the time, according to the group’s Facebook page.
Officials said it would cost about $1,200 to replace the broken window and said anyone interested in helping cover the cost could donate online.
This week, Delaware County Sheriff Ray Dudley said his office has received reports of campaign signs being taken from yards in the Yorktown and Mount Pleasant Township area.
Dudley said the reports were being taken seriously and that removing signs without the authority to do so may be criminal conversion under Indiana’s criminal code.
Democrats would be quick to assume that this must have been Donald Trump or one of his supporters who threw the bricks through the windows at this Indiana office, and threw the Molotov cocktail through the windows at the North Carolina office, for the purpose of blaming the Democrats. They’ll bring up Hitler and the Reichstag fire.
It’s funny that Democrats are quick to resort to conspiracy theories when their team is the one in the spotlight for causing property damage.
Ironically, WikiLeaks has shown that the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton’s campaign team really are conspirators (not that the Republican Party isn’t…just that the Democrats are no different).
It was also revealed by Project Veritas and WikiLeaks that Democrats even had their own provocateurs incite violence at GOP rallies, knowing that the media would be quick to cast blame on Republicans.
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