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Senator Hawley’s Wife And Newborn Daughter Were Threatened By Antifa At Their Home


It looks like Antifa took notice of Senator Hawley’s announcement of objecting Electoral Votes on January 6th and now they are harassing him for it.

Senator Hawley recently announced on his Twitter that “scumbag Antifa” came to his house in DC and threatened his wife and newborn daughter.

It’s reported that the Antifa members banged on Hawley’s door, vandalized his property, and also threatened his wife when she asked them to leave.

The left came out to defend Antifa and said they were only trying to hold a vigil outside of Hawley’s home but videos show a different story.

Fox News covered the story and reported these details:

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., blasted the Washington Post on Tuesday, accusing the newspaper of “printing outright lies” and falsely painting Antifa violence outside his home as a peaceful vigil.

Hawley said late Monday that “Antifa scumbags” arrived at his Washington, D.C., home and threatened his wife and newborn daughter while he was in his home state of Missouri.

Hawley was the first Republican senator to announce he plans to raise objections when Congress meets this week for the final certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s win. Those outside his home were seen on video criticizing him of trying to derail Biden’s victory. He described a terrifying situation.

The Epoch Times covered the story too, see what they had to bring the table:

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said that a group of Antifa members threatened his family in their Washington home on Monday night. He said that he “will not be intimidated.”

“Tonight while I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can’t travel. They screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door. Let me be clear: My family & I will not be intimidated by leftwing violence,” he wrote on Twitter late Monday.

Hawley recently made headlines after he became the first senator to publicly announce that he would object to the counting of the Electoral College vote process on Jan. 6.


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