Liberal vandalism is the destructive, anarchist behavior of targeting anything conservative as a means to further the liberal cause. Liberals like to talk about tolerance but their actions can be intolerant of opposing positions. The offenses of liberal vandals entail everything from malicious intent to libel of a conservative or can go as far as breaking the law.
Examples of liberal vandalism
- defacing or destroying property of GOP election offices 
- break-in a GOP campaign office and steal laptop with strategic election information 
- entering private property to destroy GOP campaign signs 
- hacking into personal GOP email account then posting contents to a public Web site 
- releasing sealed court documents regarding a GOP candidate's divorce 
- slashing tires on vehicles used to transport voters 
- spray painting cars which had GOP stickers.
- Google-bombing 
- steal press run of conservative newspapers 
- attacking conservative websites
- campaign stickers plastered around a town with no intention of ever removing
- vandals wrote graffiti on the garage of a GOP Senator running for re-election with the words "You are a criminal resign or else" and "Scum." 
- defacing wikis like Conservapedia and Wikipedia
- attacking their own buildings (like DNC) to frame conservatives or GOP
- writing graffiti others' property (like in restrooms and on vending machines, for example) attacking conservatives or praising liberals
Pattern of liberal vandalism on wikis
Online Wikis such as Conservapedia often publish articles which contradict a typical liberal's opinions, which could lead to liberal vandalism. Liberal vandalism on wikis can manifest in multiple ways; a liberal might insert parodic or nonsensical content into an article, or they might simply delete content from the article, partially or entirely. Despite understanding that their edits would be reverted and their user accounts would be blocked, liberal vandals continue to vandalize online wikis.
Conservapedia is freqently vandalized by liberals for challenging their worldview, leading them to insert explicit or misleading content into articles. The vandalism inserted into Conservapedia can mislead readers who don't understand the nature of Wikis into believing that the encyclopedia is "just wacko," despite that not being the case, according to Brian Macdonald, a Conservapedia user who reverts vandalism.
- List of liberalism in America
- Essay:Examples of Moronic Vandalism by the "tolerant"
- Essay: Liberal wiki vandals lack machismo
- GOP headquarters in Madison hit with bricks, paint bombs Journal Sentinel, March 21, 2003
- Laptop stolen from regional GOP headquarters CNET News, October 6, 2008
- Vandals destroy Republican candidate signs PolitickerOR.com, October 1, 2008
- Tennessee Man Indicted in Hacking of Palin's E-Mail Account Fox News, October 8, 2008
- Court sets release of Ryan's divorce file Chicago Tribune, June 18, 2004
- RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman Responds To Today’s Letter From DNC Chairman Howard Dean GOP.com, October 30, 2006
- Reservist suspected of spray painting pro-Bush bumper stickers in Denver AP, August 10, 2005
- A New Campaign Tactic: Manipulating Google Data NYT, October 26, 2006
- Editors say Yale Free Press stolen Yale Daily News, November 30, 2004
- Coleman campaign: Senator's garage vandalized AP, October 22, 2008
- Hate to highlight it, but as a reference...
- A New York Times IP address vandalized George W. Bush's Wikipedia article. Aren't they mature?