Fresh on the heels of the still unsolved kristallnacht come more swastikas in Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn. And the rampant Jew-hatred displayed on college campuses and #OWS events goes unchalleneged.
But not to worry, the Justice department is locking up the Amish. No, seriously, these Amish face life for cutting off beards. More moral equivalence from the Obama administration.
What is going on in Brooklyn?
Yet another anti-Semitic attack has been reported in Brooklyn, a New York City borough known for several orthodox Jewish neighborhoods as well as others with strong Jewish influence. NY 1 reports that the NYPD has launched an investigation after swastikas where found inside a Brooklyn building for the second time in nine days. The swastikas were found scratched into the metal of an elevator in Williamsburg, and have since been removed.
The vandalism comes less than three weeks after three cars were set a blaze near racist graffiti in Midwood, and swastika’s were spray-painted on public libraries and a synagogue in the nearby borough Queens.
The New York Post reports that there have been no arrests in the Williamsburg and Midwood incidents.
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