Authorities now know that the person responsible for maliciously vandalizing the Union Temple of Brooklyn was a former Obama volunteer who had worked for New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn on ‘hate crime issues.’
The ‘queer’ man was taken into custody on Friday morning at the scene of a fire that had been set inside the coat room of Yeshiva Beth Hillel of Williamsburg.
James Polite was charged with arson, reckless endangerment and criminal mischief, which were all listed as hate crimes, for setting fires at four other locations affiliated with the Jewish community, including another school.
Authorities recognized Mr. Polite from the surveillance video at Union Temple, which was supposed to hold a political event with two Democratic candidates. It was canceled Friday after attendees found graffiti saying “Die Jew Rats” and “Hitler,” “End It Now” and “Jew Better Be Ready” written in marker.
His Facebook profile showed that on Nov. 1, a day before the synagogue vandalism, he posted, “A dream with eyes wide open. civil war is here. Nobody gotta die. Mexico, latin America, carribean vs. Jew nigg*r pigs. One person touch me this whole sh*t a smoking.”
At 3:46 a.m. the same day, Polite posted a cell-phone picture of a burning American flag, with the caption “Sometimes things take a lil heat to grow.”
Police suspect him of setting fires at “seven shuls and yeshivas in Williamsburg” that night, right before the Temple vandalism.
His Facebook profile’s pictures and biographical information reveal that it is the same man The New York Times profiled a year before, praising the liberal actions that helped him get into college.
The Times profile said that NY councilwoman Quinn helped Polite get into college, noting that he was an LGBT foster youth who “could defy the statistics” after becoming the “adopted child of the Quinn administration,” Quinn explained. “And it wasn’t just me. It was the entire City Council staff.”
The report explained Polite, who requested to join the foster care system after his mother provided “unsanitary” conditions, “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.”
“Ms. Quinn wrote Mr. Polite a letter of recommendation to Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., and followed up with a call to its president. Council staff members even drove him there on move-in day.
‘We did everything that was stepping over the line,’ Ms. Quinn said. ‘But I didn’t care. He had worked so hard all his life, and he needed a break.’
Mr. Polite said his experiences working with Ms. Quinn and on the presidential campaign changed his trajectory. Otherwise, he said, ‘I would probably have not gone to college.’”
The Times’ charity, “The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund, took over Mr. Polite’s case” as he aged out of the foster care system, and helped him attend Brandeis.
“Mr. Polite hopes to graduate in May with degrees in African-American studies and political science, and took two classes over the summer to stay on pace,” the profile said. “In June, Children’s Aid used $856 from the Neediest Cases Fund for school supplies and fees not covered by his financial aid package.”
So basically, this ‘gay’ man who was given every opportunity by liberal ‘compassion,’ returned that compassion with hate.
In the profile, Joshua Waletzky and Jenny Levison “wanted to foster an ‘L.G.B.T.Q. youth’ on the brink of aging out of the system,” the Times wrote.
“Although Mr. Polite was not legally adopted — his relationship with his biological parents has improved in recent years — Ms. Levison called it a ‘moral adoption.’ He says he considers the couple his second set of parents.”
However, the truth about how he really viewed the couple was posted on Facebook, mocking those “hipsters” as naive gentrifiers trying to feel good.
In one post, at the bottom of which he named Waletzky and Levison, he wrote:
“Yes, she is competing with the people of the Bubble which POC she can hire, it’s starting to look like white people take home six figures for their lifetime of sacrifices to POC. Yes, they know what you’re gonna say. As soon as they find a bubble safe token they’ll be sure to objectify him and brandish like that overpriced culturally appropriated drink.
They’re back at Hipster Manifest Density with new art. Something in Spanish featuring an indigenous who could have been the indigenous person who died on land with a view that they and their friends of the bubble would die for. A card identical to the one that arrived in their secluded section of the East Granolaville section of Eveywhitesuburb, USA. Bloods runs down like rain water that danced across clay.
The blood leaves it’s holder red handed as she clinches on to her paid subscription to I’ve done my part for these POC. They pull out translucent hand sanitizer to their macs which blood is dried by the heat of turbines cooling down minerals with blood. That goes unnoticed in corner office at the Race Pimp industrial complex.”
This is the sort of person who was ‘helped’ by liberal acts and then taught more hate in college.
Good job, leftists.