Although Montgomery County Police say they are investigating the posting of white supremacist fliers on the front door of the Montgomery County Republican Party headquarters as an act of vandalism, MCGOP Central Committee Chairman Richard Jurgena says the posting of those fliers is a hate crime against Republicans by those who aim to smear them as racists.
"It is indeed an act to smear our party with an implication that we support the beliefs of the posters, which we definitely do not believe in or support in any way," Jurgena said. "We believe this was a hate crime."
Late Saturday evening around 10:00 p.m. security footage recorded two individuals approaching the front door of the GOP office on Crabbs Branch Way with what appeared to be a jar containing a liquid mixture and white paper posters.
A photo provided by Jurgena shows four posters bearing the logo of the Patriots’ Front – a white supremacist group – as well as the address of the Bloodandsoil.com website attached to the office’s entrance. The website accessible at the Bloodandsoil.com address features a manifesto that appears to be consistent with white supremacist views.