Rep. Nancy Mace’s home vandalized with profane graffiti messages, left-wing slogans
South Carolina Representative Nancy Mace had her home vandalized on Memorial Day with profane messages spray-painted all over her home.
“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 on Twitter along with pictures of the vandalism.
“Although my kids and I are thankfully fine, these criminal acts are unacceptable no matter your politics,” she added.
Mace says she is thankful to law enforcement for assisting her and her family for the second time, as her vehicle was vandalized back in October 2020. At the time, police said someone scratched the words “F*** you” into her car in a parking lot.
Police were already at Mace’s home when she arrived at 8 A.M. Monday to see the damage. Graffiti messages included “F*** you nancy,” and “All Politicians Are bastards,” and the Anarchy symbol.
“It makes me incredibly sad. I’m a Mom, I have two kids in middle school who live here at this house with me. No family should ever be treated this way,” Mace said.
“This affects my kids, my kids are innocent in all of this, and so are everyone else’s children that have to see this on their way to school this week,” she added.
The graffiti also included “Pass the ProAct,” referring to the piece of legislation currently held up in the Senate that would prohibit employers from firing employees who take part in a strike. The ProAct passed the House by a vote of 225-206. Congresswoman Mace was among the 206 lawmakers to vote against it.
“At some point we have to just hit pause and say that this is not okay, attacking someone’s property, attacking their family. I don’t care if you’re a Republican or a Democrat, no one deserves this,” Mace said.
Mace released a reaction video and statement to the vandalism of her home:
Other high profile lawmakers have had their homes vandalized back in January, including Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Both McConnell and Pelosi’s homes were vandalized in early January, a time when stimulus checks were being heavily debated in Congress for American’s impacted by the government forced lockdowns during the pandemic.
Messages were spray painted onto McConnell’s home saying, “weres my money,” and another saying, “Mitch kills the poor.” Pelosi’s San Francisco home was vandalized with spray-painted messages like “$2K”, “Cancel rent!” and “We want everything.”