Atlanta police this week arrested an airline passenger whom witnesses say went on a crazed anti-Semitic rant while on the plane — and demanded that all Jews raise their hands so he could identify them.
Local news station 11 Alive reports that Atlanta police officers were asked to respond to a disturbance at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Wednesday night.
According to police, witnesses say a 37-year-old man named David Toaff went on an anti-Semitic tirade in the middle of the flight, and demanded that all Jews on the flight raise their hands.
Toaff continued behaving erratically after the flight landed, and officers say he refused to provide them with ID when asked.
In a video captured by a passenger named Jordan Dale, Toaff can be seen ranting incoherently at officers who are trying to get him to calm down so he can be taken into custody.
“What did I do wrong?” Toaff demands to know at one point.
“You’re a Nazi!” replied an unidentified bystander off camera.
Police eventually arrested Toaff and charged him with obstruction and disorderly conduct.
Watch the video of his arrest below.
Today a man on my plane went on an anti-Semitic tirade and demanded “all Jews raise their hands” so he could “indentify them.” Later, during the arrest he protested and resisted arrest.
Incredible work by Atlanta police, I highly recommend watching the whole video. pic.twitter.com/1BQif8Cvfk
— Jordan Dale (@JordanDale9) November 22, 2018
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The communication occurred with Andriy Yermak, a top aide to President Volodymr Zelensky, when Sondland was in Kyiv, the newspaper reported.
"Sondland was also texting back and forth on WhatsApp with Yermak throughout the trip, and had been communicating with other Ukrainian officials over the messaging app in the preceding and subsequent months, according to people familiar with his interactions," The Post reported.
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But Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro said that 2016 election interference "apparently" started in Ukraine.
The conspiracy theory underlying the false claim resulted in President Donald Trump seeking foreign election interference from Ukraine, the scandal at the heart of the impeachment inquiry.
Pirro also said Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Geoge Kent is a "bozo."
Video of Pirro's opening was posted on Twitter by President Donald Trump:
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South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg surged in a poll of Iowa released Saturday night.
The poll, by Des Moines Register, CNN and Mediacom, showed major movement in the race.
"Since September, Buttigieg has risen 16 percentage points among Iowa’s likely Democratic caucusgoers, with 25% now saying he is their first choice for president. For the first time in the Register’s Iowa Poll, he bests rivals Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, who are now clustered in competition for second place and about 10 percentage points behind the South Bend, Indiana, mayor," the newspaper reported.