Dem Senator In Blue State Arrested For Vandalising Car Of Trump Supporter

Rhode Island police have arrested a Democrat state senator for committing vandalism against a Trump supporter in a new low for the Dem Party.

Cranston Police placed State Senator Joshua Miller (D) in custody after charging him with vandalism and malicious injury to property for “keying” a vehicle that had an “anti-Biden” sticker.

Miller committed the act in a Garden City Center parking lot around 3:30 p.m. He denied it at the time but there was surveillance video and when the cops showed him that he changed his tune.

“He was blocking my way, saying I scratched his car, I didn’t scratch his car,” Miller said in a video posted on social media. “I’m a state senator — I think he’d recognize. I think he’s one of the gun nuts.”

“Nobody is above the law, including those who make and enforce the laws,” Cranston Police Chief Michael Winquist said.

“The officers who handled this investigation did so with fairness, integrity, and without preferential treatment.”

Rhode Island GOP Chairman Joe Powers said Miller should step down following the arrest.

“This behavior is unbecoming of anyone holding a leadership position,” Powers said.

“State Senator Joshua Miller has proven once again that he does not have the composure required to represent every constituent in his district and must resign immediately.”