Nets Ignore Home of GOP Rep. Mace Getting Vandalized By Leftists

Over the Memorial Day holiday, the Charleston, South Carolina home of Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace was vandalized by leftist extremists who spray-painted their slogans, symbols, their demands, and vulgarities all over the property for her young children and neighbors to see. It was a terrible incident that got absolutely ZERO airtime on the morning and evening newscasts of ABC, CBS, and NBC for two days, and that’s despite an active police investigation.

In an interview with Fox News Channel anchor Sean Hannity Tuesday night, Representative Mace described coming home the damage as “a jarring day.” “This was invasive. This was my home and it was quite frankly scary,” she told Hannity.

“This is the home where I live. I’m a single mom and I have two kids and I’m sad for my kids because they had — they had to see this. And I’m sad for my neighbors. They didn’t ask for this to happen,” she lamented. “But this is a left coming after the right, coming after us conservatives. And earlier today, I’m conservative, first thing I did was talk to local law enforcement, got them to my house.”

Mace also called out deranged leftists who were claiming, without evidence, that she had vandalized her own home (click “expand”):

And there was a former Obama staffer, you know, forging conspiracy theories on social media today saying I didn’t even file a police report.

What do you think I did, Sean? The very first thing I did was file a police report.

And so, if your viewers want to see that police report, they want to see the photos, the photographic evidence and videos that I took when this happened, then go online to my website at nancymace.org. This is wrong and this is the left coming after the right, and it’s got to stop.

The pretend fact-checkers at Snopes even tried to give credence to the conspiracy theories by not rating them false. “Because we can’t independently confirm or deny the Mace rumor, we are not yet issuing a rating for this rumor,” wrote Bethania Palma.

And just to prove how far away from reality Snopes was, CNN didn’t even mention the conspiracy theories in their online report. Instead, they noted that threats against lawmakers were on the rise. “US Capitol Police announced on May 7 that there has been a 107% increase in threats against members of Congress this year compared to 2020, with that number expected to increase,” reported Annie Grayer.

Further in the interview, Mace reminded viewers of the evil lengths some on the left would go through to harm Republicans. She recalled: “They shot Steve Scalise, Rand Paul was left in a hospital and has part of his lung missing now, and we’re seeing the left burn, loot, and destroy our cities and our property.”

Adding: “This is not the first time that I’ve been attacked with vandalism. They — they keyed my car last year when I was campaigning for Congress on the day of one of my debates. And now, they’re on my front doorstep.”

She concluded by warning the person or persons who vandalized her home that she would not be intimidated. “I’m going to work harder and stronger and fight more for my convictions and my core values and my beliefs and protecting my kids and my country. They’re all worth saving.”

This gross example of journalistic malpractice by the network was made possible because of lucrative sponsorships from Prevagen on ABC, Liberty Mutual on CBS, and Dawn on NBC. Their contact information is linked so you can tell them about the biased news they fund. 

Fox News Channel’s Hannity
June 1, 2021
9:16:03 p.m. Eastern

SEAN HANNITY: Now, we turn to a disturbing story out of South Carolina. Look at this, over the weekend, apparent far-left anarchist vandalizing the home of Congresswoman Nancy Mace. They graffitied her property with personal attacks, profane language, and anarchist symbols with two young kids at home. These images are extremely chilling. The Congresswoman will join us in a moment, along with Sean Parnell. He’s now running for Senate in Pennsylvania.

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9:18:02 p.m. Eastern

HANNITY: Nancy, first, I’m sorry what happened to you. Nancy, I’m sorry what happened to you and your family and, you know, tell us about what happened. How scary is it?

I’ve been in the media 33 years. I’ve lived through a lot myself. It’s not fun.

REP. NANCY MACE (R-SC): No, it’s not, and it was — it’s been a jarring day. This was invasive. This was my home and it was quite frankly scary.

This is the home where I live. I’m a single mom and I have two kids and I’m sad for my kids because they had — they had to see this. And I’m sad for my neighbors. They didn’t ask for this to happen.

But this is a left coming after the right, coming after us conservatives. And earlier today, I’m conservative, first thing I did was talk to local law enforcement, got them to my house.

And there was a former Obama staffer, you know, forging conspiracy theories on social media today saying I didn’t even file a police report.

What do you think I did, Sean? The very first thing I did was file a police report.

And so, if your viewers want to see that police report, they want to see the photos, the photographic evidence and videos that I took when this happened, then go online to my website at nancymace.org. This is wrong and this is the left coming after the right, and it’s got to stop.

HANNITY: Yeah, it’s just — it’s terrible.

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9:21:24 p.m. Eastern

HANNITY: Nancy, I don’t care what your politics are, every one of our elected officials needs to be protected. Are you getting the protection you rightly deserve? And I would say this should be available to any Democrat threatened this way.

MACE: Absolutely. And no one, regardless of your political beliefs, everyone should feel safe at home.

But look at what’s happened over the years. They shot Steve Scalise, Rand Paul was left in a hospital and has part of his lung missing now, and we’re seeing the left burn, loot, and destroy our cities and our property.

This is not the first time that I’ve been attacked with vandalism. They — they keyed my car last year when I was campaigning for Congress on the day of one of my debates. And now, they’re on my front doorstep.

But I want to say one thing, if the folks that did this, the person or persons that came onto my front doorstep that did this, thinks that I’m going to be intimidated — well, they thought wrong. I’m going to work harder and stronger and fight more for my convictions and my core values and my beliefs and protecting my kids and my country. They’re all worth saving.

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