Republican Rep And Family Attacked By Radical-Left Activist With Vile Note

The left in the United States has gotten out of control. Their vicious attacks are on the rise and no Republican is safe from their antics.

Sadly Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik is the latest victim as progressives are furious with how effectively she defended President Donald Trump during the impeachment hearings, Fox News reported.

After she went grocery shopping on Saturday the GOP representative and her husband returned to her car to find a vile note written to her left on their vehicle.

“Rot in Hell FASCIST PIG,” the handwritten note, presumably left by a radical eft-wing wacko, said.

“It is truly sad that the radical Far-Left cannot see beyond their vicious hate,” the New York representative said.

“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,” she said in a tweet on Saturday night with a picture of the note.

Notice, as she said in her tweet, that the person who left the note did not have the courage to sign her name to it.

As Fox News reported, this is not the first incident of left-wing hatred 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,” Fox news said.

Stefanik’s star rose on Nov. 15, 2019 when California Rep. Devin Nunes gave her some of her time and was interrupted by Rep. Adam Schiff.

“The gentlewoman will suspend,” Schiff, the head of the House Intelligence Committee said as he slammed his gavel.

“What is the interruption for now?” she said, as Rep. Schiff had shown a penchant for interrupting Republican representatives who were defending the president.

“This is the fifth time you have interrupted a duly-elected member of Congress,” she said to Schiff.

That is the likely reason she was attacked and could be again.

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