Rep. Nancy Mace, R-SC, showed Antifa’s vandalism in a video posted to YouTube on Tuesday morning.
The vandals wrote “F*** you Nancy” on the street in front of her house, “pass the pro act” on the home’s foundation, and “no gods, no masters” on the front steps.
They also graffitied the anarchist “A” and other Antifa symbols.
The Pro Act, or Protecting the Right to Organize Act, would strengthen labor unions and undercut right-to-work laws, which 27 states have passed.
“What pisses me off—what makes me so angry is that this is the house that I live in with my two kids…and my kids aren’t even safe on the front porch of their own home,” she said in the video.
Mace called the political intimidation “unacceptable no matter your politics.”
“There is a significant difference between nonviolent protests, and criminal acts of intimidation and vandalism,” she said in a press release. “We should all be able to feel safe in our own homes, regardless of our political beliefs.”
Mace has faced vandalism in the past.
Before a debate with former Rep. Joe Cunningham, D-S.C., last year, a vandal scratched an obscenity into her car door.
Mace defeated Cunningham in 2020, reclaiming a seat that Republicans had held for nearly 40 years until the Democratic victory in 2018.
Mace said Americans need to “take a moment to think about their words and their actions at this time” and take “it down a notch.”
“I hope people realize just how hard I’m working with both sides of the aisle – a particularly difficult task – given the vitriol in our current political environment,” she said. “We can and we should do better for our communities and for the American people.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.