A black male who previously worked as a Democratic Party intern on “hate crime issues” has been arrested for the “kill all Jews” graffiti on a New York synagogue, just hours after the Jewish lobby controlled media broadcast the graffiti as another example of “white hate.”
According to an article in the New York Post, a black by the name of James Polite, 26, was in custody on Friday for allegedly scrawling “Die Jew Rats” and “Hitler,” inside a historic Brooklyn synagogue.
The message was discovered prior to a political event hosted by “Broad City” star Ilana Glazer, and the event was canceled out of “safety concerns.”
The paper said Polite was also caught on surveillance earlier Friday setting a rubbish fire at a second synagogue in Williamsburg. He was wearing the same jacket during both acts.
New York mayor Bill de Blasio visited Union Temple Friday night and called the incident “tremendously upsetting.”
As reported by the Daily Caller, Polite is a “former City Hall employee who worked on anti-hate crime issues and is a Democratic activist.”
The news service said that the “New York Times and a Jewish couple” helped the homosexual Polite “attend college where he studied African American studies.”
Before knowing his identity, politicians said the “vandalism demonstrated why voting Democratic was needed and highlighted government programs to combat such incidents.”
A year ago, The New York Times profiled Polite, noting that he was an “LGBT foster youth” who “could defy the statistics” after becoming the “adopted child of the Quinn administration,” as Christine Quinn, then the speaker of the New York city council, put it. “And it wasn’t just me. It was the entire City Council staff.”
In the 2017 profile, The New York Times said Polite, who requested to join the foster care system after his mother provided “unsanitary” conditions for him, “interned with Ms. Quinn, a Manhattan Democrat, for several years, working on initiatives to combat hate crime, sexual assault and domestic violence. He also took part in her re-election campaign in 2009 and returned to help with her unsuccessful bid for mayor in 2013.”