Polis said he lost family in the Holocaust and the order is to save lives — “the exact opposite of the slaughter of 6 million Jews.”
“Life goes on. Celebrating goes on, rituals go on, this does not change any of that.”
“For people not to be armed, they’re crazy. I mean, they’re just nuts.”
“I wish the Holocaust really did happen,” he wrote on Facebook.
The notes included “Academia is dominated by Marxist Jews,” and “Jews run the porn industry.”
Police officials said they did not consider the statement to “exterminate the Jews” as a credible threat.
One resident - whose family survived the Holocaust - opposed the name change, saying it erased history.
The swastika was covered up before students arrived at school the following morning.
Church in the City-Beth Abraham holds a contemporary Christian service on Sundays and a Messianic Shabbat service on Saturdays.
Jared Polis had a historic win this midterm election, becoming Colorado’s first Jewish governor and the country’s first openly gay governor.