“It’s not funny. Especially with everything going on in the world right now,” said one of the people who received the pizza.
Armed protesters carrying signs with anti-Semitic messages picketed in front of Amy Acton’s Columbus-area home.
Amy Acton, who is Jewish, has had protests at her home with anti-Semitic overtones.
One man reported that some of the protesters were carrying assault rifles; an elected official called Dr. Amy Acton a “globalist.”
A Jewish woman first noticed the vandalism in November, but returned this week to photograph the images.
Koch attacked a man he thought was Jewish while yelling, “I want to kill all the Jews.” He was supposed to report to prison a month ago.
Dr. Lara Kollab lost two jobs after hospitals discovered her history of anti-Semitic tweets. Now she’s seeking a medical board hearing.
The man, who has advocated for a white “ethnostate,” told a local reporter he is not a Nazi.
James P. Reardon is an avowed anti-Semite and white nationalist and attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.
When neighbors reported the smell of gas, the fire department discovered what may have been an attempted arson. The house exploded three days later.