District Office of Rep. Mike Lawler Defaced for His Support of Israel

By Hamodia Staff

Front of Mike Lawler’s district office defaced with stickers on Thursday.

The entrance of the Pearl River district office of Rep. Mike Lawler (R-17) was defaced with stickers protesting his support for Israel as they fight to eradicate the Hamas Terrorist organization from the Gaza Strip.

The signs pasted on the front of his office call for a ceasefire, which President Biden has said would be a victory for Hamas and he does not support, and called out Lawler for his unyielding support for Israel and its mission in Gaza.

“Yesterday, the front entrance of our district office building was defaced with messages attacking me for my support for Israel,” Lawler posted on X. “I will not be intimidated & I will not waver from supporting our greatest ally as they fight to stop Hamas’ terror once & for all & rescue their people.”

On Monday December 25, the office of Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-15) was vandalized with red paint to symbolize blood.

“Anti-Israel extremists vandalized my Bronx Office with red paint, symbolizing blood,” Torres wrote on X. “The escalation in intimidation and incitement against Members of Congress feels like it is heading in a dangerous direction. I, for one, will not be intimidated.”

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