November 23, 2018
At first, I thought that this was some edgy goy who didn’t get the memo about not getting arrested by negro goons in real life for no reason.
However, it appears that something deeply funnier may have happened.
A George Washington University senior has said that a man “went on an anti-Semitic tirade” on his plane to Atlanta, posting a video of the suspect’s altercation with police officers after the flight landed.
Jordan Dale, who was traveling on Thanksgiving eve, tweeted that the man “demanded ‘all Jews raise their hands’ so he could ‘identify them.’”
The man, identified as David Toaff, a home loan officer in Bethesda, Maryland, was arrested by police when he got off the Delta Air Lines plane at the Atlanta airport, and can be seen struggling with the officers in the video taken by Dale.
What also is obvious from the video, however, is that Toaff is wearing a tallit, or Jewish prayer shawl. His Facebook page includes pictures of the city of Jerusalem drawn by his father, as well as inspirational videos and a Washington Post article about the recent synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
So either this was a religious observant Jew, or this was an organized, premeditated troll who bought a Jewish prayer shawl and wore it, and whose father liked to draw Jerusalem, etc.
The simplest explanation is that this was a Jew.
“I’m not a bad person,” Toaff told the police officers who were arresting him. “What did I do wrong?”
He also said: “I’m not doing anything!” and “White guy with blue eyes and he was just like Trump — he’s a Nazi!” When they handcuffed him, he yelled: “Sir, I’m not doing anything wrong. I just don’t want to die.”
It’s clear that he is not in a stable frame of mind. A rational person does not worry that he is going to die when faced with arrest for a minor incident in the USA.
“Preliminary information indicates that while in flight to Atlanta a male began uttering anti-Semitic words to passengers aboard the aircraft,” Atlanta police said, according to NBC News. “When the flight arrived at the gate the male continued the disturbance and refused to provide officers with identification.”
Toaff was charged with obstruction and disorderly conduct following his arrest.
Every single report about this incident only quotes this guy as asking all Jews to raise their hands so he could identify them, and does not quote any other anti-Semitic statement verbatim. If that’s all he said, then maybe as a Jew, he just wanted to give a shout-out to his other Jews.
This is a weird situation.
So many people hate the Jews that if a Jew asks fellow Jews to identify themselves, it’s assumed that he also hates the Jews, and so he gets dragged off by negro goons who were put in a position of authority by Jews.