Brick Thrown Through Window Of Nebraska GOP Office, 'Abolish ICE' Spray-Painted Outside

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jul. 03, 2018

The "tolerant left" strikes again, so suspects the Nevada GOP.

From The Daily Caller:
Vandals threw a brick through the window of the Nebraska Republican Party’s headquarters in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Monday night, the party said Tuesday.

Republican staffers found a spray-painted message beneath the broken window: “ABOLISH ICE.”

Nebraska GOP executive director Kenny Zoeller confirmed to The Daily Caller News Foundation that they have filed a police report in relation to Monday night’s vandalism.



Prominent Democrats across the country have been whipping up support for abolishing U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement (ICE), in an appeal to the party’s left-wing base.

Zoeller linked the destruction to the increasingly heated rhetoric from national Democrats.

“This destructive criminal activity is disappointing, but unsurprising, given the increasingly radical rhetoric of national Democrat leaders and candidates like Jane Raybould, Kara Eastman, and Jane Kleeb. Violence is the natural result of the Left’s statements urging Democrats to literally ‘push back’ on Republicans and ‘resist’ at any cost,” Zoeller said. “Voters face a stark choice between sanity and the rabid, hateful words that sparked this vandalism.”
The Nebraska GOP gave a press conference outside their smashed up office and condemned Democrats violent rhetoric and called for other Democrats to speak out against it:



Kenny Zoeller said their headquarters have been spray-painted before so he can't say he's surprised.

In another similar act of suspected political terrorism, the Orange County Republican Party headquarters in October 2016 was firebombed and "NAZI REPUBLICANS LEAVE TOWN OR ELSE" was painted along with a swastika on an adjacent building.



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