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Susan Collins called the cops about chalk art in front of her house

Senator Susan Collins reported some chalk art found in front of her home in Bangor, Maine. The artwork was done by pro-abortion protesters angry that Collins didn’t support The Women’s Health Protection Act, legislation that would codify the right to abortion into federal law.

There aren’t reports of protests outside her Maine home, just sidewalk chalk messages and drawings. She called the cops Saturday night to report “defacement of public property” – the sidewalk in front of her house. The words on the sidewalk read, “Susie, please, Mainers want WHPA —–> vote yes, clean up your mess.” Not exactly a bone-chilling statement but she’s been advised by law enforcement to report anything unusual or out of the ordinary. So, she did.

i was already laughing then i saw the actual thing she called the cops about and lost it lmao https://t.co/neQWGYy5eR pic.twitter.com/4Y9JOGSPEq

— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) May 10, 2022

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