Another pro-life Republican lawmaker was targeted with threats and vandalism in May.
Newsmax reports the home of U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace, of South Carolina, was vandalized on Memorial Day with profanity and Antifa symbols.
“In the early morning hours of Memorial Day, my home, where I’m raising my two children, was vandalized with Antifa symbols and profanity,” Mace wrote on Twitter. “Although my kids and I are thankfully fine, these criminal acts are unacceptable no matter your politics.”
Her home is in Charleston. Photos that Mace shared on social media show graffiti spray-painted on her home and sidewalk, including “No gods, no masters” alongside an anarchist symbol and “All politicians are b——-.”
Police are investigating the incident. Live 5 News reports the city Code Enforcement Team removed the graffiti Monday.
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Part of what was spray painted on Mace’s home said “Pass the Pro Act,” referring to a bill that would expand various labor protections connected to the rights of employees to organize and collectively bargain in the workplace.
In an attempt to track down the perpetrators, police are collecting as much camera footage from the neighborhood as possible.
Mace said this is the second time her property has been vandalized in the past year. She urged Americans to strive for peace in their disagreements.
“There is a significant difference between nonviolent protests and criminal acts of intimidation and vandalism,” Mace said in a statement Tuesday. “I urge everyone to take a moment to think about their words and their actions at this time.”
“I hope people realize just how hard I’m working with both sides of the aisle — a particularly difficult task — given the vitriol in our current political environment,” Mace continued. “We can and we should do better for our communities and for the American people.”
In November, Mace won a seat in Congress that previously was held by a pro-abortion Democrat. She is a pro-life Republican.
Pro-life advocates frequently are targets of vandalism and threats. Earlier this month, the FBI investigated a death threat sent to U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, a pro-life Republican from Kentucky. Also last week, pro-life Congresswoman Jackie Walorski of Indiana reported nearly being hit by a vehicle while she was praying outside an abortion facility.
Other incidents this year include:
Illinois – Authorities: Fire at Peoria Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Was Intentionally Set (NPR Illinois State University)
Texas – Pro-Life Aggies’ Sign Ripped Down, Replaced with Signs Advertising Planned Parenthood (National Right to Life News)
Canada – Church Pro-Life Billboard Vandalized Twice near Vancouver (The B.C. Catholic)
Washington, D.C. – Man Threatens to Shoot Pro-Life Sidewalk Counselors (Students for Life)
Argentina – Female Judge Receives Multiple Death Threats after Blocking Pro-Abortion Law (Crux)