Rep Ron Kind was already in hot water for renting out his building for prostitution. But now, he has more problems and he has his wife’s support for antifa to thank. If there is one thing voters hate more than prostitution, it’s support for a domestic terrorist group.
His wife, Tawni Kind, liked a post about the vandalizing of Rep Nancy Mace’s home. She didn’t like the post about them attempting to murder Andy Ngo but I am sure that was just an oversight.
The tweet that Tawni liked had a graphic that stated “Antifa stands for anti-fascism.” The tweet itself claimed that soldiers in WWII were antifa members as well. There are probably a lot of soldiers from that war rolling over in their graves. They fought against true fascists and not a bunch of domestic terrorists out to destroy American cities. Fascists are violent and attack innocent people and try to circumvent free speech. Which side does that sound like?
The tweet Tawni Kind liked makes it apparent that anyone can be antifa. And that everyone should be antifa. They say that antifa is not an organization that you need a membership card for. The tweet was in answer to Nancy Mace’s in the vandalizing of her home.
This has been taken down after Breitbart contacted her husband’s office inquiring about the tweet. I’ll bet that was an interesting call between a husband and wife.
I imagine it was as intense as the one Colin Kaepernick had with his girlfriend as he was about to sign a contract with Baltimore before his girlfriend called the owner of the club a racist.
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Mace’s original tweet said over the memorial day weekend, early in the day, “my home was vandalized w/ spray-painted ANTIFA graffiti. This kind of illegal act of intimidation shows the destructive division in our country and just how dangerous it can be. We can and must do better.” Mace also released a statement saying she and her kids are thankfully fine while noting, “There is a significant difference between nonviolent protests and criminal acts of intimidation and vandalism. We should all be able to feel safe in our own homes, regardless of our political beliefs.”
In light of Tawni Kind supporting a tweet about how everyone should join Antifa, Mace told Breitbart News exclusively, “I appreciate Mrs. Kind’s perspective, and I’d be happy to debate the criminality of Antifa at any time.”