South Carolina Representative Nancy Mace's home was vandalized in the early hours of Memorial Day Monday with vile insults and anarchist graffiti.
Photos posted to her Twitter show the street, sidewalks, and foundation of her house spray painted with the phrases "f*ck you Nancy," "pass the pro act," "no gods, no masters," and "all politicians are b*stards," along with the anarchy "A" symbol.
"In the early morning hours of Memorial Day, my home, where I'm raising my two children, was vandalized with Antifa symbols and profanity," wrote Mace.
"Although my kids and I are thankfully fine, these criminal acts are unacceptable no matter your politics."
Mace goes on to say that everyone should be able to feel safe in their own homes, "regardless of our political beliefs," and states that this is the second time she has been targeted with vandalism in the last few months.
She states her concern for her neighbors who have "been impacted by this appalling criminal behavior," but also thanked those same neighbors for their "assistance and support."
Mace urged people to "think about their words and their actions," stating that "words impact real people and impact real lives."
"We should take it down a notch," she added.
"I also hope people realize just how hard I’m working for the 1st Congressional District and also how hard I’m working across both sides of the aisle - a particularly difficult task - given the vitriol of our current political environment," Mace continued.
In October of last year, Mace's car was vandalized with profanity scratched into the side of it ahead of her final debate with Democratic Rep. Joe Cunningham, according to the Post and Courier.
"She's got one vehicle and she's shuttling her kids around in this," Mace's campaign manager Mara Mellstrom had said about the vandalism.