The post came from VDARE, a white nationalist website that has promoted anti-Semitism and pseudoscientific ideas about racial differences.
The university said in a letter to the campus community that it does not believe that there is a threat to campus safety or the people in the photos.
“It just looks funny and captures the hearts of so many youngsters,” said one protester.
“It’s hard and it does take a long time, but I’ve seen it happen,” he said.
Thirty-nine of the killings were “clearly motivated by hateful, racist ideology,” according to its new report.
“It is inconceivable he got security clearance twice,” his former boss said. “I’m horrified Gebert worked for me at the State Department.”
The employee allegedly hosted white nationalist meetings at his home and attended an invite-only dinner with Holocaust denier David Irving.
The ADL found that over three-fourths of murders tied to right-wing extremism in 2018 were committed by people tied to white supremacy.
Violence spurred by white nationalism is on the rise and international media is not hesitating to point it out.
“We need to invest more, no question,” said acting secretary Kevin McAleenan.