Antisemitic, anti-LGBTQ flyers reported in Flower Mound over the weekend, police say

Hundreds of plastic bags containing the flyers were reported in the area, according to Flower Mound police.

Flower Mound residents over the weekend reported finding plastic bags containing antisemitic and anti-LGBTQ messages, police say.

On Saturday afternoon, Flower Mound police responded to “several” people who said they found the material, the department said in an email.

People reported seeing two males throwing the bags from an older Nissan sedan, police said, adding that “approximately hundreds” of bags were disseminated around the area.


“FMPD will continue to investigate and we urge our residents to contact us with any information on this incident and in the event these subjects return to our Town,” police wrote in the email.

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A photo of one of the messages, shared by police, showed a black swastika under the words: “White Lives Matter.”

A different flyer stated, “Every single aspect of the LGBTQ+ movement is Jewish.”


Rabbi Shaya Fox, CEO of the Dallas Area Torah Association, said he hopes for strong response from law enforcement.

Hateful speech and symbols, Fox said, need to be “stamped out.”

“Certainly this type of people, they’re not misinformed; they’re just bad people,” he said. “There’s nothing that we can do to change their ideology and mind, but what I can do is to tell the rest of the world that we are peace-loving people and we want good for everyone in the world.”

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