Jewish New Yorker Fact Checker Falsely Claimed Hero ICE Worker’s Tattoo was a NAZI Symbol

THE TAT IS ON JUSTIN GAERTNER’S ELBOW.

When you want to see Nazis, you’re going to see Nazis everywhere.

Talia Lavin is a case in point.

But don’t worry. It was just a normal mistake. Says she.

New York Post

A Harvard-educated fact-checker for the New Yorker is being excoriated by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency for “baselessly slandering” a Marine veteran — by falsely accusing him of having a Nazi tattoo, according to reports.

TALIA LAVIN.

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Swastika Tattoo on UFC Fighter’s Husband’s Arm Sparks Outrage

SEE IT? NEAR HIS ELBOW JOINT.

Andrea “KGB” Lee and her husband spent their weekend cucking out over his “Nazi” tat (or tats–he may have more than one).

KGB, according to Andrea, stands for Kicking Guys Balls.

Classy.

Fox News

The husband of UFC star Andrea Lee has come under fire after a photo of him emerged on social media exposing his swastika tattoo.

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Nazi Symbols on Display at Ukrainian Nationalist March

2017 PHOTO OF UKRAINIAN NATIONAL SOCIALISTS.

JTA

Honoring and remembering our ancestors and their sacrifices is always a good idea.

Hundreds of people in the Ukrainian city of Lviv attended a nationalist march featuring Nazi symbols that commemorated a Waffen SS unit with many local volunteers.

Damn right. They wanted to be free of Stalin’s deadly brand of communism. Joining up with Hitler may or may not have had anything to do with Jews, but you’d never know that as you read this story from an Israeli source.

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Today is Hitler’s Birthday: German Theater Offers Free Admission to People Wearing Swastikas

A darkish Turk theater impresario is getting noticed for mocking Adolf Hitler and National Socialist Germany on Friday, April 20, Adolf Hitler’s birthday.

In an underwhelming, not very creative publicity stunt, he’s offering free admission to the premier of Mein Kampf, the title of his play mocking Hitler, to anyone who wears a swastika.

Did he think of this provocation all by himself or with help from the Israeli embassy!

Meanwhile, in America, at least one group will be holding a rally celebrating Hitler’s birthday. More on that after the story on the German political theater.

ABC News

The Konstanz Theater in southern Germany is offering visitors free tickets to an upcoming production of playwright George Tabori’s Hitler satire “Mein Kampf” by adding a provocative audience-participation element.

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Arizona High School Students Who Formed Human Swastika are Being Punished

Presumably, a group of male students were making a political statement when they formed the human swastika pictured above.

It may simply be a case of Generation Z rejecting political correctness, which has reached epic proportions.

Or, it may be a case of expressing contempt for Jews.

Their identities and motivation remain a mystey.

ABC15

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ – A handful of students at Paradise Valley High School are being disciplined after they were photographed lying on the ground in the formation of a swastika symbol.

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Sheriff’s deputy suspended for taking down swastika flag on private property

Daniel Burnside. So called Nazi.

Seven keys stopped working on my laptop, so bear with me until I find one of my spare keyboards to plug in to the machine.

Cops should be allying with “Nazis,” not stealing their flag.

oleantimesherald

A McKean County, Pa. sheriff’s deputy has been suspended and is under investigation for allegedly entering the private property of a white supremacist group in Ulysses, Pa. and removing a flag displaying Nazi symbols while on duty.

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Papa John’s Conservative Founder Out After Criticizing NFL Kneelers Last Month

Andrew Anglin’s official pizza of the alt-right may lose that designation. While that’s up to Anglin to decide, the smell of a palace coup is strong at Papa John’s tonight.

Business Insider

Papa John’s controversial CEO and founder is stepping down.

On Thursday, Papa John’s announced John Schnatter would be replaced by the company’s current president, Steve Ritchie.

Schnatter sparked controversy in November when he slammed NFL leadership over the ongoing national-anthem protests.

“Leadership starts at the top, and this is an example of poor leadership,” Schnatter said in a call with investors.

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