BOCA RATON- Law enforcement agencies across South Florida are investigating after anti-Semitic flyers were left at dozens of homes across the region.
The full-color flyers were placed inside of plastic bags that were also filled with rice and corn.
The flyers contain accusations of Jews having a role in the COVID-19 pandemic and say ‘every single aspect of the media is Jewish.”
Residents in a Boca Raton neighborhood discovered them at around 8:30 this morning and called police.
They also turned up in the 500 block of Tulip Lane in Vero Beach and were found as far south as Coral Gables in Miami-Dade County.
Similar flyers turned up in another Boca Raton neighborhood back in January.
Vero Beach PD wrote on their Facebook page: “This is happening all over of the United States. If you receive one of these bags, contact your local law enforcement agency to collect them.”
The most remarkable part of this episode is not the vile hate, it is the extraordinary love of the Deputies of @PBCountySheriff who went driveway to driveway to pick up these packages from those who had not yet seen them so they wouldn’t have to be startled and upset. Thank you! https://t.co/WOVLgzfynN
— Rabbi Efrem Goldberg (@RabbiGoldberg) June 29, 2022