Houston: Fliers on Synagogue Might be a “Hate Crime”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 30, 2017

The Jews have about six million different ways they’re trying to undermine freedom of speech in the United States.

We have a First Amendment, so they have to run around that.

One of the ways they’re trying to do this is by saying fliers can be a “hate crime.”

Houston Chronicle:

The Houston Police Department and the FBI are investigating anti-Semitic fliers posted on two Houston synagogues.

The fliers were posted by the white supremacist group Vanguard America and discovered on July 16, Houston’s ABC 13 reported. It is unclear what the fliers said exactly. A request for comment has been made to the Houston Police Department and ADL.

The locations of the synagogues was not released. Houston police are investigating whether the fliers rise to the level of a hate crime, ABC 13 added.

The speech on the fliers can’t be a “hate crime,” because this is America.

If there is a crime here, it could be littering. So they could attempt to press charges for “hate crimes littering.”

As the case would be dealing with speech – the words on the fliers – it will be very close to an actual “speech=hate crime” case.

Free speech is the thing that Jews fear most.