It’s like the only recourse those on the far-left feel they have is to ruin other’s property. Whether it’s trying to light an office on fire or breaking windows or vandalizing with graffiti, it seems the only time the left uses their words anymore is to deface property of those they don’t agree with.
This latest instance involves a man named Cameron Chase McCall. McCall was arrested on Wednesday and charged with vandalism after allegedly spray painting the Republican Party Headquarters in Albuquerque, New Mexico with the words “Still Traitors” last week.
According to KOAT-TV, the complaint against McCall stated that the suspect “is heavily involved with the Democratic Party.”
Tripp Stelnicki, a spokesman for Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, confirmed in a statement that McCall used to be an intern for the governor, whose office has condemned McCall’s alleged actions.
“The governor condemns the vandalism in the strongest terms,” the statement said. “This is flatly unacceptable behavior.”
The Washington Times reported:
Cameron Chase McCall was detained and charged with criminal damage to property after authorities compared video footage of the vandalism with a photo of him on his Facebook page, court documents said.
The footage showed the man on Saturday morning spray-paint “still traitors” on the building. A criminal complaint said investigators compared the video footage with McCall’s Facebook page after the Republican Party received an anonymous tip.
Authorities are trying to determine if McCall was the perpetrator of a similar case of vandalism last March when the word “Traitor” was spray-painted in the same color paint on the same building.
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H/T: The Blaze