A broken window and greets the passers-by outside of the Nebraska Republican party office in Lincoln, Neb., on Tuesday, 3. Of July 2018. Vandals threw a stone through the window of the night and scribbled the words “abolition of the ICE” on the sidewalk below.
(AP Photo/Grant Schulte)
Vandals threw painted stones on the Nebraska Republican party headquarters and spray “Abolish ICE”, the out of the office early on Tuesday morning, which is about $1200 damage, officials said.
At least two of the stones were used to smash and break through a window and the other from the city of Lincoln, Nebraska office, Nebraska GOP executive director Kenny Zoeller told Fox News. “Smash the ICE”, based on the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, was painted dough in red on the city’s citizens in front of the office.
“I wish I could you said say I was surprised, but I’m not” incher, the criticism of the “national rhetoric” of late, in particular, calls from the Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., “push-back” against the members of the Trump administration because of their immigration policy.
The police was notified of the vandalism shortly after 3 o’clock in the morning on Tuesday.
(Lincoln Police Department)
The administration has been heavily criticized by those on both sides of the aisle, after thousands of minors have been separated from their families at the border after crossing it illegally. According to the national outrage, Trump under an executive order in late June signed, so that families will remain together in detention.
Zöller said, given the location of the state Republican party office, he was seen in minor vandalism, such as stickers or posters stuck to the Windows and doors. In December 2017, a vandal spray-painted “Resist” – the common watchword among those who do not support the White house – office window.
“We were ready for something like this to happen,” he said.
Jane Kleeb, Chairman of the Nebraska democratic party, condemned the vandalism in a statement to the Omaha World-Herald.
“I think it is a frightening place, our country is right now, where people are said to resort to violence, vandalism and death threats to political leaders, employees, members and candidates,” Kleeb. “And it happens to all of us.”
Zoeller noted that the vandalism costs the taxpayers increases in money for the use of police officers and cleanup of the glass and the paint on the citizens.
Lincoln police were alerted to the destruction, told Fox News shortly after 3 o’clock by a passing newspaper carrier, a police spokeswoman. Officers combing the area for witnesses and surveillance footage, and found have, where they believe the stones came from, but have not yet identified a suspect.
To call everyone who requested information about the vandalism, the Lincoln Police Department at 402-441-6000.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.