Antifa calls Beto O’Rourke a “Zionist Pig” and vandalizes a mural of him

Antifa calls Beto O’Rourke a “Zionist Pig” and vandalizes a mural of him

A far-right extremist recently carried out a terror attack at a Jewish synagogue killing eleven people. This terrorist attack reignited a conversation about antisemitism and to the surprise of absolutely nobody, President Trump and Republicans in general were immediately blamed for this attack.

Antisemitism is extremely prevalent on the far-right and Republicans repudiate it consistently, but antisemitism is also very common in far-left circles. In a recent example, the antifa group, Red Guards Austin, singled out Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) for his pro-Israel positions.

They shared antisemitic images from their Facebook page calling him a “Zionist Imperialist Pig”:

Image from Red Guards Austin Facebook page

 

They placed severed pig heads at his campaign office:

Image from Red Guards Austin Facebook page

 

And most recently they vandalized a mural of him with the phrase “El Paso Gentrifier Supports Israel”, they also included the communist hammer and sickle logo on their work:

Image from Austin Red Guards Facebook page

 

This vandalism was reported by The Hill but they neglected to mention the communist symbol in their reporting and loosely implied that the vandalism was done by an antisemitic Trump supporter. Weird, right?

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