Trump obviously incited the vandalism.

Via The Missoulian:

A day or so after Lake County Republicans vacated their headquarters in Polson following last week’s election, vandals spray-painted vulgar language, pictures and anti-Donald Trump messages on the building.

“It’s hard to believe something like that would happen in Polson,” said Ron Tjaden, chairman of the Lake County Republican Central Committee. “Especially when there’s nothing there” in the building.

The vandalism happened either late Friday night or early Saturday morning.

The GOP had removed all its campaign signs, literature and equipment on Thursday, two days after the general election. Approximately 20 volunteers helped close up the headquarters in space the central committee had leased for two months at 51145 U.S. Highway 93.

“We had moved out,” Tjaden said. “It’s just a building for sale now. It’s totally vacant.”

The graffiti was removed on Sunday.

“I wasn’t going to leave it sitting there,” Tjaden said. “I found a guy to clean it up.”

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