Mob Shows Up to Sen. Hawley’s D.C. Home to Harass and Threaten His Wife and Daughter

Mob Shows Up to Sen. Hawley’s D.C. Home to Harass and Threaten His Wife and Daughter

Sen. Josh Hawley said that “Antifa scumbags” showed up at his Washington D.C., vandalizing it while hurling threats at his wife and infant daughter.

“Tonight while I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can’t travel. They screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door,” Hawley said on Twitter. “Let me be clear: My family & I will not be intimidated by leftwing violence.”

Far from denying their involvement, activists took to social media to brag about the attack.

From BizPac Review:

The organizers took to Twitter to boast of their actions, sharing a video of their forces outside what is said to be Hawley’s DC home.

“We are not going to let people hold our democracy hostage,” a leader states in the footage. “We are not going to let them infringe on our rights. Every ballot has been counted. That is over.”

“So if our democracy is under attack, what do we do?” he asked. “When democracy is under attack, what do we do?”

“Stand up, fight back!” the mob of protesters cried back.

As seen below, the protestors go right up to the door of the home, though it’s difficult to tell what they are trying to do at the door. At one point, a man can be seen kneeling down in front of the door handle, but his body blocks his actions.

Sticking to the script, the unhinged activists justify their vile behavior by calling their opponents “fascists.” And racists, of course.

The organizers claimed they were holding a “vigil” in response to a Hawley led effort in the Senate to object to certifying the electoral college results.

“We came to let Hawley know that his actions are undemocratic and unacceptable,” ShutDownDC activist Patrick Young said. “Voters decided who they wanted to be president and now Hawley is trying to silence their voices, even after Republican election officials certified the vote counts. And let’s not forget that the bulk of the votes they would throw out come from Black and brown voters. This is an attempted coup waged by silencing the voices of people of color.”

But Hawley pushed back on that description, tweeting that the protesters were “terrorizing” his family.

Along with Sen. Ted Cruz, Hawley has enlisted the backing of a total of 12 Senate Republicans to raise objections to the electoral college results Wednesday. Meanwhile, a similar effort has the backing of at least 140 House Republicans.

The group of Republicans is demanding a delay to certification and the appointment of an Electoral Commission to conduct a 10-day audit of the election results, citing concerns over voting irregularities and fraud.

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