Far Left Goons Vandalize NRA Lobbyist’s Home – Frighten His Wife and Children
Far left thugs vandalized the home of NRA lobbyist Chris Cox twice in the last two months.
The leftists spray-painted Cox’s home with red paint and held posters of dead babies outside his home.
2nd defenders who live nearby
Stop by and support brave Chris Cox &family
Defend 2nd & NRA🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/rZqDSYt3Hs
— Deplorable Fe (@fefelion16) April 21, 2018
Chris Cox called the police on these abusive, vile leftists.
The NRA's chief lobbyist, Chris Cox, called the police on protesters near his home in Alexandria, Virginia, and the gun group sent them a no-trespass order threatening legal action if they demonstrated at NRA headquarters. https://t.co/VxK8yTcuYn pic.twitter.com/zRLoKlT0an
— The Trace (@teamtrace) April 17, 2018
The Hill reported:
A lobbyist for the National Rifle Association (NRA) says anti-gun protesters have targeted his home at least twice, including spraying his house in Virginia with fake blood and protesting at his wife’s business.
Chris Cox, an NRA lobbyist who lives in Alexandria, just outside of Washington, D.C., claims that left-wing protesters have stood outside his wife’s interior design business to hand out flyers, created an anti-Cox website and created posters with photos of child victims of gun violence to hold outside his home.
An attorney for the family told The Washington Post in a statement that the protestors’ tactics have “crossed the line.”
“Mr. and Mrs. Cox have been targeted over the past few months by repeated acts of criminal and unlawful conduct, including having their home vandalized on two occasions,” attorney Elizabeth Locke said. “These coordinated tactics have crossed the line of civility and human decency.”
@NRA Catherine Koebel of Roanoke, Virginia, and Amanda Gailey, a professor with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, representing the Great Gun Melt, stood outside Cox’s home with a sign reading “Chris Cox profits off dead kids.” #LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder #MAGA pic.twitter.com/IYGvNJ4hgN
— Greg Weisheipl (@GregWeisheipl) April 24, 2018