UNITED STATES−A gun was reportedly fired into the window of the Republican National Committee (RNC) building in Bull Head City, Arizona in Mohave County on Thursday, May 28. There were around six volunteers present inside that we’re conducting an online virtual, “MAGA Meet-Up” meeting.
News reports indicate that the online Trump supporters were in their virtual meeting discussing the upcoming Presidential election on November 3, 2020, when a bullet came through the window near the door and reportedly shattered it there. This was near to where the volunteers were sitting.
Police told local reporters that they did not believe the shattered glass was caused by the gunshot. The incident is under investigation.
GOP Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel said in a Tweet, “This pattern of violence against @RealDonaldTrump’s supporters needs to end. It doesn’t matter if you are a Republican or a Democrat, there is no place for these disgusting acts of violence in our politics.”- Ronna McDaniel
The shots fired occurred one day before National protests broke out in major cities across the U.S. in response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of a policeman. This act of violence has no connection to the protests.
News reports indicate that other GOP offices have been vandalized throughout President Trump’s term. A Presidential campaign office was vandalized in Mesa, Arizona in Mesa, Arizona. In August of 2018, a rock with a note regarding President Trump was thrown through the glass door in Flagstaff, Arizona.