Sick: Vile Note Left on Car of Rep. Elise Stefanik While She was Grocery Shopping
In yet another example of the “tolerant” Left’s hatred towards Republicans and conservatives, a disturbing note was left on the car of Rep. Elise Stefanik while she was grocery shopping with her husband over the weekend.
The Congresswoman tweeted on Saturday, “It is truly sad that the radical Far-Left cannot see beyond their vicious hate. My husband and I went grocery shopping this morning before district events and enjoyed chatting with constituents throughout the store. This vile anonymous note was left on our car.”
The tweet accompanied a photograph of the note which read, “Rot in hell fascist pig.”
It is truly sad that the radical Far-Left cannot see beyond their vicious hate.
My husband and I went grocery shopping this morning before district events and enjoyed chatting with constituents throughout the store.
This vile anonymous note was left on our car. pic.twitter.com/4K5OBN8qVj
— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) March 7, 2020
Stefanik, is a member of the House Intelligence Committee, fiercely defended President Trump throughout the sham impeachment hearings
Fox News points out this incident is one of many attacks against Trump supporters this year:
Other incidents this year involving incivility – or even violence – against conservatives and Republicans have included a vehicle smashing a GOP voter-registration table in Florida, an alleged assault of a 15-year-old Trump supporter in New Hampshire, the smashing of a College Republicans information table in California, an individual’s threat, caught on video, to “slash Republicans’ throats” in Arizona, an alleged assault of a retired police officer wearing a Trump-style hat and shirt in Tennessee and a suspect being sentenced to 90 days in jail for slapping and spitting on a Trump supporter in Florida.
As the Blaze notes, the message appeared on Stefanik’s car after Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made a disturbing call at a 2018 rally for people to harass Trump administration officials.
“Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd. And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere. We’ve got to get the children connected to their parents,” she said.