Activists Firebomb GOP Office, Donald Trump Blames Hillary Clinton Supporters for Attack

National   |   Cortney O'Brien   |   Oct 17, 2016   |   10:53AM   |   Washington, DC

The GOP headquarters in Hillsborough, North Carolina is left in rubbles after someone set off a firebomb and vandalized the property with the message, “Nazi Republicans leave town or else.” At least one GOP official has described the attack as a “political act of terrorism.” Authorities are still searching for the culprit or culprits.

Shortly after the shocking discovery was made, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was quick to post a message on Twitter condemning the attack.

Donald Trump, however, did not respond in kind. In his own statement on Twitter, the GOP nominee placed the blame directly on representatives of Clinton.

In a follow up tweet, Trump insisted this proves his campaign “has to win” North Carolina.

Thankfully, despite the war of words, no one was injured in the attack. A security alert has been sent to other party offices around the Tar Heel State.

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LifeNews Note: Cortney O’Brien is a Townhall web editor, where this was originally published.