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Anti-Semitic Graffiti on Ginsburg Poster Under Investigation by NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force

March 14, 2019 By Laura Hanrahan

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is currently investigating anti-semitic graffiti that appeared on a poster of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Nassau Avenue G train station.

An unknown vandal wrote “Die, Jew Bitch!” with a swastika drawn below on a poster promoting the book “The Unstoppable Ruth Bader Ginsburg: American Icon.”

New York City Transit apologized to customers on Twitter, stating there is a zero tolerance policy for hateful imagery on the transit system.

That offensive imagery was reported yesterday, and our crews removed it immediately after NYPD had collected evidence for its investigation,” NYCT Subway tweeted. “Again, we regret that our customers were exposed to this hate speech, and thank you for notifying us.”

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That is sad and that is disgusting! (idiotically attributing this to trump cause you don’t like him is almost as sad). unrelated question: is she still alive?

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good logic

Did you forget the Trump rally where people were goosestepping with swastika armbands saying “Hail Trump! Hail America!” as they salute, and waving torches as they say “JEWS WILL NOT REPLACE US”?

Think that…might be related to this? Lmao

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