Violent Communist group Antifa has today claimed responsibility for the vile attack on the family home of Tory MP and Brexiteer hero Jacob Rees-Mogg.
During the early hours of yesterday, far-left thugs spray-painted indecent messages such as “Posh Scum” and “shut up and die”, they also vandalised cars, spread condoms around the property and left a dildo on the bonnet of the Maid’s car.
Rees-Mogg, favourite to succeed weak Prime Minister Theresa May, had posted pictures of his family atop the Empire State Building in New York, perhaps emboldening the communists to mount the attack.
The popular member of Parliament appeared unperturbed by the incident:
‘It appears to be someone who can’t hold their drink — and probably not Catholic.
‘However, it has all been cleared up so this drunken protest will not even have a short-term effect,’ Rees-Mogg, 49, told The Sun.
Far-left activists have celebrated the attack on the Tory MP’s family home, likening the event to the occasion when Antifa laid siege to a country pub where Nigel Farage and family were dining.
This is the second such attack on Rees-Mogg, with Antifa blamed for the violent altercation which took place at West England University during a talk delivered by the MP. In the aftermath of that event, Rees-Mogg was praised for his bravery in standing up to the violent communist activists.
Patriot group Britain First has vowed to defend Mr Rees-Mogg wherever possible, warning that further attempts to disrupt the MP’s Brexit campaigning will be met with the ‘Britain First Treatment.
In February, Britain First leader Paul Golding, said:
“So my message to Antifa is this: If you keep harrassing people like Jacob Rees-Mogg then you will get the Britain First cannons [sic] turned on you.
“We will find out where you live. We will find out where you work. We will find out where you study — and we will come down on you like a ton of bricks.”