Antisemitic flyers uncovered in a number of towns throughout the region, investigations underway

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Communities in multiple cities across the region have reported a disturbing craze of antisemitic flyers staying still left in their neighborhoods in the latest weeks, according to community stories.

Flyers shipped in plastic sandwich baggage that manufactured inaccurate claims about Jewish people and COVID-19 have been claimed in towns in California’s Bay Space, Florida, Texas and Colorado. Some also named members of the Facilities for Sickness Command and Prevention as Jewish.


A person flyer still left in a driveway in Colleyville, Texas, claimed “every single single element of the COVID agenda is Jewish,” FOX4 Dallas claimed.

Flyers delivered in plastic sandwich bags that made inaccurate claims about Jewish people and COVID-19 have been reported in cities in California’s Bay Area, Florida, Texas and Colorado. 

Flyers sent in plastic sandwich luggage that designed inaccurate statements about Jewish persons and COVID-19 have been documented in cities in California’s Bay Place, Florida, Texas and Colorado. 
(Fox4 Dallas KDFW)

“In what seems to be a coordinated effort and hard work in metropolitan areas across the country, anti-Semitic and other racist materials were being dispersed in obvious sandwich luggage to elements of our town right away,” Colleyville Mayor Richard Newton mentioned Sunday in a composed assertion.

Other neighborhood leaders in towns where the flyers had been uncovered have similarly claimed there is no space for despise in their communities.

“I’m not heading to go through and go through it. I’m just going to select them up and throw them absent,” a single Colleyville resident claimed.

Residents of Miami Beach front and Surfside, Florida, instructed WSVN-Television that loathe speech was composed on the back of the flyers left there in late January.

“A person of the factors they say is to ‘sacrifice men and women, which includes Jews, often when important,’” a resident claimed of the flyers. “I mean, that is, to me, that’s hate speech.”

Inhabitants of Parker, Colorado, found outside Denver, claimed equivalent “upsetting” and “disturbing” flyers were dispersed during the neighborhood more than the weekend, the Denver Channel noted. 

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On the West Coast, neighborhoods in the Bay Location ended up also focused with similar antisemitic flyers, for a 2nd time, FOX2 Oakland claimed.

“This is driven by a hatred of Jews. And it is an chance to use COVID to blame Jews or COVID,” claimed Santa Clara County District Lawyer Jeff Rosen.

Authorities in the affected places are investigating the incidents.

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