Rep. Stefanik Finds A ‘Vile Anonymous Note” On Her Car After Grocery Shopping: “This Note Is Just Sad Hatred”

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On Saturday, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) went to the grocery store with her husband, but to her dismay, she had received a “vile anonymous note” upon returning to her car that read: “Rot in hell fascist pig.”

The New York Congresswoman shared the note that was left on her car onto Twitter and asked for her Democratic opponent, Tedra Cobb, to condemn the “sad hatred.”

Rep. Elise Stefanik tweeted on Saturday: “It is truly sad that the radical Far-Left cannot see beyond their vicious hate. My husband and I went grocery shopping this morning before district events and enjoyed chatting with constituents throughout the store.”

“This vile anonymous note was left on our car,” she wrote, including the picture of the note.

“As an elected official, I understand that respectful & passionate policy disagreements are foundational to our democracy. But this note is just sad hatred. We are praying for the author,” Rep. Stefanik said.

“This hateful rhetoric should be publicly condemned by my opponent immediately,” the New York congresswoman insisted. (Continued Below)

Rep. Elise Stefanik’s official tweet:

Tedra Cobb, Rep. Stefanik’s opponent, replied on Twitter, however, she did not condemn what was written on the note. Instead, Cobb suggested that Stefanik pledges “not to name call” during the campaign.

Rep. Elise Stefanik responded to Cobb by pointing out: “This is not a condemnation. Here is my opponent equating ‘Taxin’ with ‘ROT IN HELL FASCIST PIG’. One is a policy difference (you have voted numerous times to raise taxes) the other is a vicious, vile, sick attack. They are not the same and voters know it.”

The New York congresswoman coined Tedra Cobb as “Taxin’ Tedra” based on a “policy difference”, according to Rep. Stefanik.

We leave you with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) infamous words:

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