Republicans Hit With Horrifying Organized Violence


The words “Eat S**t Fascists” and an anarchist symbol were apparently spray-painted on a Republican Party campaign headquarters in Seminole County, Florida, over the weekend.

In a statement issued following the vandalism, Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel criticized President Joe Biden and other Democrats for their divisive comments.

In contrast to what McDaniel said, “Biden and Dems. pledged to ‘unite’ our country. However, that was simply another obvious lie from the radical left.” Republicans won’t be intimidated by cowards, and offensive language and despicable behavior like this will just make us fight harder to help Republicans win in the November election.

The Republican office building was vandalized just a few days after Biden called Republicans who support the former President Donald Trump “semi-fascist.”

“What we’re witnessing right now is either the start or the end of an extreme MAGA mindset.” At a fundraiser last week, Biden reminded his supporters that it’s not only Trump; it’s the entire mentality that supports — I’m about to say something, it is like semi-fascism.

Biden was “speaking honest about what he feels in his heart and his soul,” according to Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL), the Democratic governor’s candidate of Florida. Biden likened MAGA Republicans to Nazis.

Last week, Crist also criticized Republicans and backers of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), telling them: “I don’t want your vote.”

Crist stated, “I don’t want your vote; those who support the governor should stick with him and vote for him. Keep that hatred in your heart if you have it,” was the advice.

When Democrats like Crist and Democratic New York Governor Kathy Hochul criticized him, DeSantis replied by calling them “representative of this liberal ideology” and “they really feel that the conservative half of the country are basically second-class people.”

According to the Tampa Free Press, the RNC acknowledged that it had reported the destruction of their office to the police.

Author: Steven Sinclaire