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Far-Left Radicals Ambush Disabled Republican’s Home

By Vivek Saxena October 12th, 2020 | Image Source: BPR

It seems that nobody is off-limits when it comes to the expression of hate by left-wing extremists, including wheelchair-bound GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn.

Made famous last month when the North Carolina candidate raised himself out of his wheelchair to pay tribute to the flag, Cawthorn is back in the spotlight after left-wing extremists allegedly vandalized both his home and a county GOP office.

“At 4:55am last morning, activists from far-left fringe Antifa groups acted on the aggressive rhetoric of my opponent and committed gross acts of vandalism and destruction of property across this district,” Cawthorn wrote in a Facebook post published Saturday afternoon.

“My opponent’s strike force inflicted thousands of dollars of damage to both public and private property. The Henderson County GOP office, which was defaced with graffiti, many businesses, and local homes who displayed support for both my candidacy and other Republicans were attacked and their signs defaced.”

He added that the extremists had “spray-painted threats of violence and echoed my opponent’s words, as they symbolically crushed my neck and head on each sign deposited on my property.”

See the post below:

The vandalism happened roughly a week after his opponent, Democrat congressional candidate Moe Davis, smeared him as a “nazi-cozy misogynistic opponent.”

This line of attack was nothing new for Davis, a far-left zealot who’s spent weeks, months and years smearing anyone to the right of Karl Marx.

See several examples below, starting with the latest:

He’s also smeared Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann.

“This is how the [Trump] MAGAts treat an American Veteran. It’s time to kick him and his immoral minority to the curb,” he wrote in a potentially libelous, still-active tweet after the Covington Catholic incident last year:

He’s also known for posting extremist rhetoric about stomping Republicans “scrawny pasty necks with our heels.”

Look:

The guy’s hatred is about equivalent to that of deranged “MAGAt“-hater Keith Olbermann. But according to Cawthorn, what makes Davis’s extremist rhetoric particularly disturbing is his utter lack of remorse.

“The most disturbing report about last night’s events involves my opponent refusing to denounce these acts of aggressive violence,” he explained in his post.

“Just weeks ago, a well-known reporter was attacked by leftist groups in downtown Asheville, the same groups who have held rallies in support of my opponent, when asked to condemn such violent acts against impartial members of the media my opponent was silent.”

He added, “Today my opponent is silent again. Rest assured that attempts to silence our message of hope for this district will not succeed. Let us continue to pray for these troubled people that they may find peace.”

Davis’s “silence” lasted until about 11:30 pm that evening, when he posted another repulsive tweet in which he again accused Cawthorn of being “nazi-cozy.”

Look:

The allegedly “nazi-cozy” congressional candidate is in fact a patriot who “received a full ride ROTC scholarship to NC State and was also nominated to the U.S. Naval Academy by Rep. Mark Meadows in 2014,” according to his biography, but whose “plans were derailed that year after he nearly died in a tragic automobile accident that left him partially paralyzed and in a wheelchair.”

It’s not clear why Davis believes that smearing a disabled man makes him morally superior.

It’s current White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ seat that both he and Cawthorn are battling over.

Author: Vivek Saxena

Source: BPR: Wheelchair-bound GOP candidate has home vandalized by extremists

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