Gunman Shoots Out Windows Of GOP Office

The windows of Volusia County, Florida Republican Party headquarters were found shot out Monday morning and multiple bullet holes were discovered inside the offices.

Tony Ledbetter, the chairman of the Volusia Co. GOP: “You’ve got some sick person, and I’ll call them out, they’re Democrats. No Republican’s got any reason to come attack our location.”

 Vandalism? If it happened to a Democrat headquarters the words used would have been attacked and riddled with bullets.

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A gunman in Florida fired at least four shots into the Volusia County Republican Party’s offices, police said Monday.

South Daytona police Capt. Mark Cheatham told reporters that nobody was injured in the shooting, which occurred between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. A suspect has also not been identified, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Tony Ledbetter, the chairman of the Volusia Co. GOP, told WFTV news station that a volunteer found the window’s shattered on Monday morning. Four bullets had pierced the drywall in the office, he said. More

SOUTH DAYTONA:

At least four bullets were fired from a gun into the windows of Volusia County’s Republican Party headquarters Sunday night or early Monday morning, and the party’s chairman blamed Democrats for the vandalism.

“I’m looking at the busted window that some nice Democrat did,” said Republican Party Chairman Tony Ledbetter on Monday. “Republicans don’t have any beef about what we are doing, it’s the Democrats.”

Ledbetter was slightly distracted from an interview when he spotted a hole in the glass.

“Is that a bullet hole?” Ledbetter asked volunteers, who found the broken windows and bullets around 9 a.m. Monday. “They actually used a gun, too.”

South Daytona Police Capt. Mark Cheatham said Monday his agency is investigating the shooting that left shattered glass and fallen campaign posters that littered the sidewalk outside 2841 S. Nova Road — the Nova Fountain — strip mall near Reed Canal Park. Police did not have any witnesses or suspects. More

This is just another peaceful protest by the Democrats nothing to see here folks just move along.

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