Neo-Nazis among protesters who stormed US Capitol

Neo-Nazis among protesters who stormed US Capitol


The throng of protesters who stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday included some neo-Nazis — including one man pictured wearing a “Camp Auschwitz” shirt.

The unidentified man was pictured among the hundreds of protesters who breached the building and forced Washington, DC, into a lockdown — sporting a shirt emblazoned with the name of one of the Nazi’s deadliest concentration camps during World War II.

The shirt included an image of a skull and crossbones, and had the inscription, “work brings freedom” — the German phrase, “arbeit macht frei,” that hung over the camp in German-occupied Poland, the Forward reported.

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The image went viral on social media Wednesday, and sparked widespread outrage from Twitter users.

“Among the terrorists invading Capitol today was a man (left) wearing a sweatshirt saying, ‘Camp Auschwitz,’” historian Michael Beschloss posted on Twitter.

“Yeah, we’re not just throwing the word around,” another poster said. “We mean Nazis.”

Another Twitter user expressed outrage at the image.

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