White racist leaflets with swastikas appeared outside people’s homes in Texas the day after Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 Donald Trump election.
The racist notes were left in numerous homes in Hollywood Park and parts of the Stone Oak area and attacked the Black Lives Matter movement.
“The whole country is fed up with your ****,” the leaflet said. “Sick of lawlessness, sick of the riots, sick of the threats and demands. The only thing you have achieved in all this is to live up to the stereotypes of the ghetto. Congratulations.”
A resident of Hollywood Park shared images from the News 4 San Antonio flyers saying they were from a “pro-white organization fighting for the white race” called 14First.
The police chief of Hollywood Park, Shad Prichard, said they were called to several homes on the morning of November 8 to receive reports of “propaganda leaflets” packed in zippered bags and weighted down with small stones.
Prichard confirmed that the leaflets were also distributed in the Stone Oak area under the jurisdiction of the San Antonio police, but it is not known how many they recovered.
In addition to the racist anti-black life-matter rhetoric, the leaflets also expressed views against abortion and provided information on how to join their cause.
“The leaflets did not refer to plans for violence, nor did they imply that they were gathering in our area,” Prichard said in a statement. “Therefore, we are collecting the leaflets and contacting our partners at the federal level to share our findings and will monitor the situation to ensure the safety of our residents.
The Mayor of San Antonio, Ron Nirenberg, condemned the distribution of the leaflets in a statement, saying, “Racism and hatred are not welcome here.
“San Antonio is a city of integration, compassion and strength through diversity,” Nirenberg said, the San Antonio Express News reported. “We will work together to eradicate them whenever they appear, and this includes the actions of white racists.
Despite the leaflets that appeared in the morning after several news agencies declared that Biden had beaten Trump, 14First vice president Ronald Murray said their distribution was “absolutely not” about the election.
Murray admits that 14First is a racist organization, but says they neither condone nor encourage violence.
“The ultimate (goal) is to see people open their eyes and teach their youth that it is perfectly okay to be proud of being white,” he told San Antonio Express News.
The San Antonio police were asked for a comment.