JUST IN: Republican House Majority Leader’s Office Hit By Vandals


Politics is getting violent. A questionable package just ended up at major Democratic donor George Soros’ New York home. It appears that the Republicans have been getting their fair share of damage, too.

House Majority Leader Representative Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) caught two men approaching his office on a security camera. Then, one of the guys threw a massive rock through the window.

McCarthy posted photos on his Instagram account of two men as they approached the office. He also asked his followers whether they knew who the culprits were. The two men managed to get away with the representative’s office equipment:

‘Does anyone know these two guys? They threw a boulder thru our office window and took office equipment.’

McCarthy is the U.S. representative for California’s 23rd Congressional District. He will probably run for Speaker of the House, should the Republicans take the House, but that is not likely. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi would run for Speaker, if Democrats take over. The Democrats need 23 seat to win the House, and at this time, that appears likely.

McCarthy along with other congressional Republicans have been threatened or harassed these past few weeks. When, McCarthy appeared at the Public Policy Institute of California, protesters chanted interrupting the event, according to Fox News:

‘No justice, no peace.’

At this time of the year, representatives and senators have returned to their home districts from Washington D.C. Tensions have been increasing as the races edged closer to the voting date, November 6.

The Bakersfield Police will investigate the crime.

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