The State, “Profanity, anarchy symbols found after US Rep. Nancy Mace’s SC home vandalized”

By Emily Bohatch, June 1, 2021

Charleston police are investigating the vandalism of South Carolina U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace’s Daniel Island home after someone spray painted it with profanity and symbols during Memorial Day weekend.

A statement and a video from Mace’s congressional office shows graffiti painted on the street outside of the freshman Republican congresswoman’s home, the sidewalk leading up to her house and on the side of her home.

Part of the graffiti on the sidewalk reads, “No gods, no masters, all politicians are bastards,” and is followed by the anarchist “A” symbol. “Pass the pro act” also was spray painted on the side of her home, referring to a bill currently in Congress that would protect the rights of workers to organize.

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