Rep. Elise Sefanik (R-NY) shot to stardom during the sham Democrat impeachment hearings in the House. She methodically skewered the Democrats’ impeachment case and revealed it to be built on a foundation of sand.

In fact, she was so effective that she garnered the negative attention of Kellyanne’s Conway’s #NeverTrump husband.

Kellyanne Conway’s NeverTrump husband took to Twitter to vent his fury over Stefanik’s stellar handling of the Democrats’ latest attempt to undo the 2016 election (and to influence the 2020 election).  He concludes by urging his followers to contribute to her Democrat opponent.

To which Stefanik responded:

On Saturday, Stefanik reported that she had found a vile note on her car.

Her opponent in the NY-21 House race responded:

Fox News reports:

U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, a third-term congresswoman from New York State who drew national attention for defending President Trump during impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill last year, has become the latest victim of public incivility against Republicans.

Stefanik wrote Saturday on Twitter that when she returned to her car earlier in the day after grocery shopping with her husband, she found what she described as a “vile anonymous note.”

“Rot in Hell FASCIST PIG,” the hand-scrawled note said.

Rather than express concern or horror at the nastiness directed at a House member, former DNC chair and failed Democrat presidential candidate Howard Dean (D-VT) implied that she deserved it.

Fox News reports in a separate article:

Former Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean reacted to an offensive note left on the car of Rep. Elise Stefanik by implying that the New York Republican brought it on herself.

Stefanik shared a photo of what she called a “vile” note which said, “Rot in Hell FASCIST PIG,” on Twitter Saturday, and she lamented “that the radical Far-Left cannot see beyond their vicious hate.” Dean retweeted it hours later with his own.

“I don’t condone this, but ‘as ye sow, so shall ye reap,’” said Dean, a former governor of Vermont. “There is no excuse for the note writer or for you. You are a shame to your district and to a democratic United States.”

That proved too much for even Jonathan Turley.

 

 
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