Trump Headquarters and GOP Office Firebombed

A GOP office and Trump Headquarters in Hillsborough, North Carolina, was firebombed on Saturday, October 15, 2016.  A swastika and the words ” Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” were spray painted on an adjacent building.

Hillsborough Mayor Tom Stevens stated: ” This highly disturbing act goes far beyond vandalizing property;  it willfully threatens our community’s safety by fire, and its’ hateful message undermines decency, respect, and integrity in civic participation.”

North Carolina is a key swing state that both Trump and Clinton need to carry in November in order to reach the needed 270 electoral votes.

CNN “journalist” Brian Stelter stated that Trump’s ” overheated rhetoric ” was what caused the attack.

Many law abiding citizens who are supporting the Trump/Pence ticket believe that the Clinton campaign will attempt to suppress Trump voter turnout while attempting to have individuals who are not U.S. citizens cast multiple votes for Hillary Clinton.

Sanityandsense.com believes that U.S. Marshalls should be located at polling places where violence and possible voter fraud are expected to take place.  Also, local law enforcement should work in conjunction with any and all federal agents to insure that all Americans can cast their votes fairly in the November 8,2016, election.  Sanityandsense.com strongly condemns the statement made by CCN reporter Brian Stelter.  This is just one more example of media bias against the Trump/Pence campaign.

Hillary Clinton is a follower of Saul Alinsky.  Mr. Alinsky would approve of the reprehensible attack on the Trump campaign and GOP headquarters if he were alive today.  However, Mr. Alinsky’s ideas appear to be in use today by individuals associated with or in support of the Hillary Clinton campaign.

R. Van Conoley

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