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GOP Senator Says ‘Antifa’ Came to His Home and Threatened His Wife and Daughter

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On Wednesday, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley will be one of 12 GOP senators who will vote against certifying the Electoral College results because of concerns about voter fraud and irregularities, setting up a messy legislative showdown.

Hawley was the first of the group — dubbed the “dirty dozen” by the liberal media — to announce he’d sign on to an objection by House Republicans, which triggers provisions in the Electoral Count Act of 1887 that force a fuller debate on the issue.

He has plenty of enemies in high places right now — including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who made it especially clear in advance of the certification he didn’t want any Republican objections in the upper house, and CNN’s Jake Tapper, who called the 12 senators objecting the “sedition caucus.”

If reports from Hawley himself are accurate, he also has enemies in very low places who might be a more corporeal danger to himself and his family.

In a tweet late Monday night, the senator said that “while I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can’t travel.

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