A barrage of racist and antisemitic hate speech has forced another California city to end remote comments at its council meetings.
Racist Trolls Force Sacramento City Council to Scrap Public Comments Over Zoom
Brittany Maldonado 09/28/2023 - 11:33 AM
The Sacramento City Council has joined a growing list of jurisdictions requiring public comments to be delivered in person.
Police were called as the meeting quickly devolved into choas.
Multiple cities in Los Angeles County were hit by appalling displays of antisemitism over the past week, stoking fears of escalation and potential violence against the Jewish community.
Antisemitic banners hung on a bicycle overpass at UC Davis have shaken the campus and its surrounding community, prompting a response from the mayor.
Laguna Woods Mayor Carol Moore offered a statement Friday condemning an antisemitic incident that occurred on March 7.
Antisemitic flyers have been popping up in towns across Southern California. The City of Whittier in Los Angeles County is the latest target.
The Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) is investigating antisemitic flyers posted around several Santa Monica schools last week.
Beverly Hills police are investigating the distribution of antisemitic material to homes in the northeast area of the city.
This is not the first time Beth Jacob has a been a target of extremists.