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In this Oct. 29, 2019 photo, Department of Homeland Security Under Secretary Chad Wolf speaks during a meeting of the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (PITF), in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, on the White House complex in Washington. President Donald Trump has named Chad Wolf, the former chief of staff to Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, to be the next Acting Homeland Security Secretary, the fifth person in the job since Trump took office. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

There’s no doubt that Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf has a tough job.

Not only is he dealing with all the normal things that one might have to do in such a challenging job, but he’s also having to deal with out and out militant attacks on the federal courthouse in Portland by radical anarchists and Communists. Federal Protective Service and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, are helping U.S. Marshals to protect the building. Wolf and his agents are basically dealing with terrorist attacks against the building every night, as he explained, with no help from the local politicians who have tried to make it a political matter in a disgusting display of partisanship at the sake of our federal agents.

So what has been the leftist response to all this?

They’ve been pushing all kinds of ridiculous conspiracy theories about “unidentified stormtroopers” and “mercenaries” harming the poor “peaceful protesters.”

Now they also tried to intimidate Wolf by showing up at his house on Sunday to demand federal agents leave and not defend federal property from insurrectionist terrorists.

Going to people’s homes is a particularly vile tactic these radical leftists have made their own. We’ve seen them try this in multiple places including marching on the homes of the mayor and members of Seattle council to make them defund the police as they would like, as well as marching on the home of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot.

The group of leftists made it clear they wanted to make Wolf and his family have “social consequences” for him daring to defend the law, the courthouse and his agents. They held signs clearly promoting the debunked conspiracy theories of ‘Trump’s troops.’

“We must make it uncomfortable for them,” said the cult leader, standing outside his home. “We will not be good Germans. We will not be the people who sat by and watched our neighbors commit these atrocities and said nothing because their kids were home.” In other words, they aren’t going to let frightening wives or kids stop them from their insanity. Wolf “lives here quietly,” she said and “we need to do something about that.”

No, they’re closer to the Brownshirts, who also would go to people’s homes and businesses and try to intimidate people, than they realize.

As they left, they called the whole of the DHS “fascist.”

HT: Townhall