Vandals target Michigan Republican Party headquarters with profane anti-law enforcement messages

by Peter Heck · Sep 9th, 2020 8:13 am

Last Updated Sep 9th, 2020 at 9:53 pm

Sometime on Sunday night, the Michigan Republican Party headquarters in Lansing was targeted by vandals who spray-painted profane graffiti onto its exterior. According to party officials, the words "f--- ICE, f--- police, f--- you" were found on the brick walls and glass doorway.

"The Michigan Republican Party is proud to stand by the men and women of law enforcement, and I am incredibly proud of my service with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency," said Laura Cox, the chairwoman of the Michigan Republicans and former agent for ICE.

Cox went on to excoriate the lawlessness that she says is "sweeping through our nation's Democrat-run cities" as part of an effort to "extort weak politicians into defunding the men and women who keep us safe."

"Republicans," she countered, "will not be intimidated."


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