Sen. Josh Hawley: Far-Left Extremists 'Vandalized' D.C. Home, 'Tried to Pound Open Our Door'

Nick Kangadis | January 5, 2021
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While the bought-and-paid-for radical media puts out the narrative that right-wing extremists are coming to take over Washington D.C. — almost as if they want it to happen — leftist activists are actually showing up at people’s homes and harassing them and their families because they don’t do exactly what the activists want them to do.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) reportedly had some unhinged visitors to his home in Washington D.C. in which far-left extremists “screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door” while the senator was in his home state of Missouri.

As Breitbart reported, far-left extremists with the ShutDown DC organization showed up at Hawley’s D.C. home where his wife and newborn daughter were, all because of his opposition to the Electoral College vote on January 6.

In a tweet that Twitter has since removed because “it violated the Twitter Rules,” ShutDownDC tweeted that they “dropped in” on the Hawley’s in order “encourage him to end his attack on democracy.”

(Note: There was no “encouraging,” only attempted intimidation.)

Oh, the irony. So these morons are trying to preserve democracy by attempting to intimidate a man and his family so that he’ll vote the way they want.

Me thinks the mob doth protest too much. Their brains have become mush. They wouldn’t know democracy if it slapped them in their faces.

Police later arrived, but no word on how expedient their expulsion of the angry mob ended up being.

People who physically target others for their political beliefs — or any other belief that’s espoused by rational people — have no integrity, no common decency and no class. You don't see people going to the homes of these "activists" and pounding on their door because of their lack of political comprehension, do you? Nope. The average person has better things to do - like practically anything else.

For video of the "event," watch below:


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