Many of the rioters who breached the Capitol espouse or belong to groups, including the Boogaloos and the Proud Boys, that support neo-Nazism and white supremacist ideologies ... The rioters also included supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory, a set of convoluted pro-Trump lies rife with anti-Semitism. — Eliza Relman, Business Insider Senior Politics Reporter
Many of the rioters who breached the Capitol espouse or belong to groups, including the Boogaloos and the Proud Boys, that support neo-Nazism and white supremacist ideologies ... The rioters also included supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory, a set of convoluted pro-Trump lies rife with anti-Semitism. — Eliza Relman, Business Insider Senior Politics Reporter
A pro-Trump Capitol rioter asked 'Where's the big Jew?' while searching for Chuck Schumer in the Senate: NYT
  • A rioter was heard asking "Where's the big Jew?" while searching for Schumer's desk amid the Capitol siege.
  • Schumer, the first Jewish person to lead the Senate, had been evacuated to a secure location.
  • He only later found out about the anti-Semitic rioter pursuing him, The New York Times reported.
During former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, House managers showed security camera footage of Schumer's bodyguards escorting him away from the rioters, who he nearly came in contact with.

... Many of the rioters who breached the Capitol espouse or belong to groups, including the Boogaloos and the Proud Boys, that support neo-Nazism and white supremacist ideologies. A number of them displayed anti-Semitic hate symbols as they marched through the Capitol halls hunting for lawmakers, shouting death threats against then-Vice President Mike Pence, and disrupting Congress' certification of the 2020 presidential election.

The rioters also included supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory, a set of convoluted pro-Trump lies rife with anti-Semitism. One rioter, who was later arrested, wore a sweatshirt that said, "Camp Auschwitz," referring to the Nazi concentration camp where more than a million people were killed during World War II. An insurrectionist, Bryan Betancur, told law enforcement officials that he's a member of multiple white supremacist groups while another was identified by law enforcement as "an avowed white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer."
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