Tudor Dixon slammed for posting pics of Trump-supporting couple's property vandalized by 'Antifa'

Tudor Dixon slammed for posting pics of Trump-supporting couple's property vandalized by 'Antifa'
Michigan Republican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon has faced backlash for saying 'Antifa' vandalized an old pair's home and vehicle (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images and Twitter/@TudorDixon)

LANSING, MICHIGAN: Republican Party’s nominee for Governor of Michigan, Tudor Dixon, has faced condemnation online after she shared photos online claiming that the house and the car of a Trump-supporting retired pair have been ravaged by “the tolerant people of ANTIFA.” Taking to Twitter, the 45-year-old posted four photos that showed messages, like “TRUMP NAZI SCUM” and “GOP Terrorist” written over the car and the front of the house.

Dixon captioned the images as, “A retired couple in Lansing had their cars and property vandalized by the tolerant people of ANTIFA because the couple supports President Trump. Another example of the radical left’s “fight like hell” tactics, courtesy of Gretchen Whitmer.” But people online did not seem to agree with her and accused her of staging the apparent vandalism.

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A user wrote, “Let me see...white paint on the red vehicle, and red paint on the white driveway.😲 Hmmm, well thought out slogans...planned to be photographed?🤔 That vehicle and driveway are just crisis actors.😂” The second user said, “Whenever these events happen it's invariably the person themselves who did it. Also, no one says Antifa except the GOP. So...expect to see the follow up news story on this where it's revealed a GOP did it. Also. where's the original news story, Tudor Dixon?”

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“The fact that they actually signed it antifa makes it pretty obvious this was done by conservatives looking to smear others. Not falling for it..” the third one tweeted. The fourth user shared, “There is no organization or group called Antifa. It means anti-fascist, and every American should be anti-fascist. Cracks me up that the GOP thinks it is an organization.”

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“Exactly. Are they seriously trying to say someone sprayed ‘ANTIFA REVENGE?’ That’s like spraying ‘STEVEN STOLE THE CAR.’ and claiming it was Steven who sprayed the message,” a person sarcastically said. Another person stated: “That's exactly what I was thinking too, the GOP are always claiming they've been attacked, just like how as Christians they act as if Liberals are trying to kill them off, like they're the ones being mistreated, not all those they target with their horrible laws!”

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A tweet referring to the couple whose property was “vandalized” read: “How much you wanna bet they are going to have a GoFundMe shortly and it turns out their neighbor had a Ring camera across the street that recorded them doing it themselves?” “Pretty sure this turned out to be a case of damaging cars themselves and trying to collect money from insurance- they did the property too…. I mean,  WHO TF writes ‘Nazi scum’?” another tweet stated. “This was never done. If it was real spray paint on the sides of the car, you'd be able to see where it ran. But it's the license plate that gives it away. Couldn't be done that neatly, except w/ spray paint PHOTOSHOP program which ‘painted’ pictures of the cars. This is F-A-K-E,” a comment asserted.

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