After a gunman shot through the windows of the Volusia County Republican office in Florida, about three hours outside Miami, close observers across the country and around the world are wondering when the rash of political violence in this country will stop.
Will the media denounce this attack on the GOP headquarters as an act of political terrorism? As President Trump and his black conservative supporters rally around Candace Owens, and as the #WalkAway movement leads awakened former Democrats away from that party, the possibility for Peace is upon us. But does the Left really want Peace?
Big League Politics’ Peter D’Abrosca reported:
A GOP office in Volusia County, Florida was the target of several gunshots sometime between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning, according to local news reports.
“No one was injured, according to South Daytona police Capt. Mark Cheatham, but the shooting broke the offices’ front window and caused some damage to the drywall inside,” said one report.
“Cheatham said a volunteer reported the incident on Monday at 2841 South Nova Road, which could’ve happened between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning,” according to the report. “No eyewitnesses have been identified and investigators are in the process of tracking down surveillance footage from neighboring businesses, Cheatham said.”
After the mainstream press blamed President Donald J. Trump for a string of hoax bombs sent to high profile Democrats last week, including CNN, it is unlikely that they will report on this act of violence against Republicans.
This is the latest act of leftist violence, which has become commonplace since the election of President Donald J. Trump. Big League Politics compiled a list of 20 acts of Democrat violence against Republicans, most of which was downplayed or went completely unreported. Read it here.
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