Freshman Republican Rep. Nancy Mace (SC) woke up, Memorial Day, to a series of profane slogans, anarchist symbols, and demands to pass the “PRO” act spraypainted across her home and property according to the Congresswoman’s staff, which released a video chronicling the damage on Tuesday.
Mace has become a target for Democrats — and, particularly, progressives — after suggesting, on Twitter, that fellow Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) was embellishing her experience during the January 6th riot at the United States Capitol, after Ocasio-Cortez said, in her own social media posting, that she hid in a closet in her office to avoid the insurrectionists. Mace noted that her office is just down the hallway from Ocasio-Cortez’s and that no insurrectionists stormed their section of the building.
The Tweet triggered an intense backlash from Ocasio-Cortez that, according to progressives, devolved into a “feud,” with Ocasio-Cortez accusing Mace of “silencing victims” of the January 6th incident. Mace, who is a survivor of sexual assault,