Vandals throw Bricks Through Windows at Delaware County Republican Party office, Cars are Spray Painted. Where is Media Outrage?
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. – The Delaware County Republican Party said vandals struck at their office last week.
Someone threw two landscaping bricks through a window on Oct. 8. Signs for Donald Trump and Todd Young were hanging on the window at the time, according to the group’s Facebook page.
Officials said it would cost about $1,200 to replace the broken window and said anyone interested in helping cover the cost could donate online.
This week, Delaware County Sheriff Ray Dudley said his office has received reports of campaign signs being taken from yards in the Yorktown and Mount Pleasant Township area.
Dudley said the reports were being taken seriously and that removing signs without the authority to do so may be criminal conversion under Indiana’s criminal code.
Vandalism to the store comes amid heightened tensions with the upcoming presidential election next month. Just days ago, a Republican headquarters in North Carolina was firebombed.
There are reports of Cars being vandalized by Hillary supporters in Bangor, Maine. Autos being spray painted. We don’t hear much outrage by the media or the democrat party. Perhaps it is sanctioned? Given the recent reports I wouldn’t be surprised.
On Saturday, some attendees at a Donald Trump rally in Bangor, ME came back to their cars to find that they had been vandalized with spray paint. Police say they have not made any arrests, but are currently reviewing security video. More than 20 cars had been painted.