The Florida office was fired upon early this morning.


Despite media attempts to label President Trump as an instigator of violence, many people recognize that leftists just can’t seem to help themselves from committing assaults.

In the most recent incident, shots were fired into a Republican campaign satellite office in Volusia County, Florida, either sometime this morning or late yesterday evening.

Police responded after a campaign worker reported the shooting, but thankfully no one was harmed as four bullets ricocheted through the front windows.

Many people agree that the violence from people in the left, like the synagogue shooter, is not caused by Trump, but rather the inflammatory rhetoric on the left.

By blaming the president for the acts, the media is basically saying that liberals cannot control themselves. And, given their increased assaults since Trump was elected, many people think they’re right.

Police determined that no one was injured in the shooting, but the bullets broke the front windows and displaced drywall inside the office, according to South Daytona police captain Mark Cheatham.

There were no eyewitnesses to the obvious act of hate, but police are seeking surveillance footage to try and determine who was responsible for the shooting and if it occurred either this morning, or late Sunday afternoon.

The president has responded to the recent acts of murder, saying, “In these times we have to unify. We have to come together and send one very clear, strong, unmistakable message that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America.”

However, Hillary Clinton recently told followers that there can be no ‘civility’ with people who don’t subscribe to the democrat globalist agenda until the left takes back control of the House and or the Senate.

That argument doesn’t really have weight though, given the rioting that has characterized democrat controlled Portland, Oregon over the past year.

Anyone with information on this latest shooting incident should contact the South Daytona Police Department at 386-322-3030.