Debbie Dingell’s Office Vandalized

( Michigan Congresswoman Debbie Dingell reported on Monday that someone broke into her Dearborn office and ransacked the place.

Dingell, who represents Michigan’s 12th Congressional District, reported the break-in on Monday and said it was being investigated by both local law enforcement and the US Capitol Police. Among the items damaged in the vandalism was memorabilia belonging to Dingell’s late husband, longtime Congressman John Dingell. No one was at the office at the time of the break-in.

The Detroit Free Press reported that the West Outer Drive location has been Congresswoman Dingell’s local office since she was elected to the House in 2014. Before that, the office belonged to her late husband.

In a press release announcing the break-in, Congresswoman Dingell said the outer door and windows were smashed and memorabilia mostly belonging to her late husband was broken. Dingell decried the “constant threats” against both her staff and “all Congressional staff,” demanding that these attacks “stop now.”

Though she acknowledged that she had no idea what the motive of this break-in was, Dingell still blamed it on the “disrespect, violence, and division” in the country, and urged people to “practice civility and kindness” rather than anger and divisiveness.

Dingell said her office has been receiving threats for months. That is no doubt true. But every other member of Congress receives threats. Nonetheless, both Dingell and the media are trying to portray this break-in as some kind of escalation prompted by the so-called “insurrection” on January 6.

So, if you’re following along, Dingell doesn’t know the motive of those who broke into her office, but clearly, it has something to do with the divisiveness prompted by Republicans and the January 6 “insurrectionists.”

On Monday, Fox News reporter Bill Melugin reported on the wrist-slap given to the self-avowed ax-wielding Antifa member who broke into Republican Senator John Hoeven’s office last December. The suspect, Alexander Starks, was caught on video swinging an ax at the office window and door to Hoeven’s office. He pleaded guilty to the destruction of government property was given probation for the attack.

Melugin appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show Monday night to discuss the leniency shown to Starks compared to the harsh sentences given to non-violent January 6 defendants.

Watch HERE.