“Praying they’re gone before all our children flood the street to celebrate Halloween tonight,” a CNBC producer tweeted of the swastikas.
“You can cause fear without being racist or disgusting,” an outraged Facebook user wrote.
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“We are extremely concerned about this behavior and are treating it with all of the seriousness it warrants,” the school district wrote on Facebook.
The graffiti also called on people to “vote MAGA,” a reference to President Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again.”
The owner of the Berlin Hair Salon covered the logo after dealing with the protests.
One monument was defaced with a swastika. Another read: “Juden,” German for Jews. A third had the words “Sieg Heil.”
The graffiti read: “Jews out of Russia, our land,” and featured the Baltic variant of the swastika.
Police arrested two suspects in connection with the painting of a swastika on a synagogue in Indiana.
“We just wanted to put a positive message out there. We just thought, what’s more positive than love.”