GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn says home was vandalized

GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn says home was vandalized


A rising GOP star claimed Wednesday during an interview that his home had been recently vandalized by local “punks,” who he caught red-handed in the act of spray-painting campaign signs.

The North Carolina GOP congressional candidate, Madison Cawthorn, revealed the incident Wednesday during an interview on “Fox & Friends.”

“This was back on Friday, Oct. 9. I was waking up to go take engagement photos with my fiance, which I was very excited about,” he said.

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“And then I wake up to these vandals, these little punks on my driveway. They were gluing some of my signs to the driveway, they were spray painting pretty, not so subtle threats onto them, and then they were cutting the head and neck out of out my signs all over the district.”

Cawthorn, who is partially paralyzed from a car accident he sustained as a teenager, and who gave a rousing speech at the Republican National Convention, said on the show that

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