Aside from occasionally pausing to make off with some high end sneakers, the “justice” crowd decided to also vandalize some houses of worship.
In Fairfax, Los Angeles, a rioting hot spot, a synagogue was vandalized with anti-Israel graffiti.
A synagogue in the Fairfax district of Los Angeles was vandalized on May 30 with graffiti stating “free Palestine” and “f— Israel.”
Lisa Daftari, founder and editor of the foreign policy news outlet The Foreign Desk, first reported on the graffiti on social media.
“Synagogue Congregation Beth El on Beverly Blvd in Los Angeles vandalized… Tell me this ugly hatred is still about #BLM or #GeorgeFloyd?!” she tweeted.
Of course it is. BLM has been pretty clear about its anti-Israel and anti-Semitic politics.
Meanwhile in New York City, St. Patrick’s Cathedral was also vandalized with obscenities aimed at the NYPD and the letters BLM.
Jamil Smith of Rolling Stone tweeted in reply, “George Floyd was sacred to his family and his loved ones. I’m not terribly concerned about paint on a building, which will come off.”
Just so you understand where this is coming from.