The Spanish-language version of the Miami Herald is under fire for publishing an “inflammatory, racist and anti-Semitic” insert in its paper — with editors admitting they had no idea the “incredibly offensive” column had been running all year.
In Friday’s el Nuevo Herald, a column in a paid-for weekly supplement claimed that American Jews support “thieves and arsonists” — and compared Black Lives Matter protesters to Nazis, the Washington Post said.
“What kind of people are these Jews? They’re always talking about the Holocaust, but have they already forgotten Kristallnacht, when Nazi thugs rampaged through Jewish shops all over Germany?” author Roberto Luque Escalona wrote.
“So do the BLM and antifa, only the Nazis didn’t steal; they only destroyed.”
The Miami Herald’s publisher and executive editor, Aminda Marqués González, joined Nuevo Herald managing editor Nancy San Martín in a groveling online apology while ending its deal with the insert, LIBRE.
“We are deeply sorry that inflammatory, racist and anti-Semitic