Donald Trump and North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory summed up the intent behind the bombing of a Republican campaign headquarters with one phrase each, both expressing that the attack has far-reaching national implications.
McCrory made it clear on Twitter, "The firebombing of a local political headquarters in Orange County is clearly an attack on our democracy."
Trump also wrote on Twitter, "Animals representing Hillary Clinton and Dems in North Carolina just firebombed our office in Orange County because we are winning @NCGOP."
The firebombing Sunday didn't kill or injury anyone but caused major damage inside, crippling Republican efforts to win over voters in highly Democrat Orange County, North Carolina where the attack took place, according to The Charlotte Observer. And not only was flammable liquid thrown into the building, but a death threat was spray-painted on the wall of an adjacent building with the words "Nazi Republicans get out of town or else."
Historically, Nazis would actually be the ones trying to suppress fair election by sabotaging opposition.
And just today, North Carolina Republican Party leader Dallas Woodhouse had his e-mail account hacked so that it would send out e-mails linking to a fake phishing site for stealing people's information, according to the Politico. Woodhouse personally visited the destroyed Orange County headquarters the day before.
"It's just the grace of God that nobody was there [at that time]," Woodhouse had commented to Fox News. "These kind of acts are intended to intimidate and are intended to terrorize."
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