The mayor of New Jersey tells the Twitter user to call the police on the beaches of the Jewish & # 39; intruders & # 39;

& # 39; Call the police with problems & # 39 ;: Twitter users hit a mayor from New Jersey to advise a resident to call the police on Jewish & # 39; intruders & # 39; ruining local beaches and parks & # 39;

  • Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey came under fire because of his Twitter response
  • Twitter user @ simms10471 said New Jersey parks and beaches are being invaded by Hasidic and Orthodox Jews and being destroyed.
  • Ducey advised: & # 39; Call the police with problems and they will send them & # 39;
  • Twitter users hit Ducey's response that did not condemn user comments

A New Jersey mayor came under fire on Wednesday for advising a Twitter user to call the police for Jewish residents visiting public parks and beaches.

Twitter user @ simms10471 asked Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey on Tuesday: & # 39; Can we please do something about our parks and beaches? They are invaded by the Hasidic and Orthodox Jews and are being ruined.

& # 39; Our taxpaying residents are forced out while politicians sit and do nothing, & # 39; the user added.

Ducey then tweeted: & # 39; Call the police with problems and they'll send them. & # 39;

Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey has come under fire by telling a Twitter user to call the police at Jewish residents to visit public parks and beaches in New Jersey

Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey has come under fire by telling a Twitter user to call the police at Jewish residents to visit public parks and beaches in New Jersey

Tuesday Twitter user @ simms10471 asked Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey: & # 39; Can we please do something about our parks and beaches? They are invaded by the Hasidic and Orthodox Jews and are being ruined & # 39;

Tuesday Twitter user @ simms10471 asked Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey: & # 39; Can we please do something about our parks and beaches? They are invaded by the Hasidic and Orthodox Jews and are being ruined & # 39;

Tuesday Twitter user @ simms10471 asked Brick Township Mayor John G. Ducey: & # 39; Can we please do something about our parks and beaches? They are invaded by the Hasidic and Orthodox Jews and are being ruined & # 39;

In response, Ducey tweeted: & # 39; Call the police with problems and send them & # 39;

In response, Ducey tweeted: & # 39; Call the police with problems and send them & # 39;

In response, Ducey tweeted: & # 39; Call the police with problems and send them & # 39;

Twitter users immediately responded to Ducey's response that did not condemn the user's comments.

& # 39; You have a problem with what is going on in terms of people who have an & # 39; mess where you live, I can understand, but 4 you to make an outright anti-Semitic comment and @mayorducey to call no one out, it's disgraceful, & # 39; tweeted a user.

& # 39; Say this about a different religion and I am definitely peolle [sic] would cause hell, & the user added.

Another user said: & # 39; I'm not sure what's worse. The op or your response. Enjoy your short term. You will not be in office for long. & # 39;

& # 39; This would have been a good time to condemn his anti-Semitism & # 39 ;, one user wrote.

After the criticism, Ducey tried to explain that his Twitter feed had no place for & # 39; intolerance & # 39 ;.

Twitter users immediately responded to Ducey's response that did not condemn the user's comments

Twitter users immediately responded to Ducey's response that did not condemn the user's comments

Twitter users immediately responded to Ducey's response that did not condemn the user's comments

Another user said: & # 39; I'm not sure what's worse. The op or your response. Enjoy your short term. You won't be in the office for long & # 39;

Another user said: & # 39; I'm not sure what's worse. The op or your response. Enjoy your short term. You won't be in the office for long & # 39;

Another user said: & # 39; I'm not sure what's worse. The op or your response. Enjoy your short term. You won't be in the office for long & # 39;

& # 39; This would have been a good time to condemn his anti-Semitism & # 39 ;, one user wrote

& # 39; This would have been a good time to condemn his anti-Semitism & # 39 ;, one user wrote

& # 39; This would have been a good time to condemn his anti-Semitism & # 39 ;, one user wrote

After the criticism, Ducey tried to explain that his Twitter feed had no place for & # 39; intolerance & # 39;

After the criticism, Ducey tried to explain that his Twitter feed had no place for & # 39; intolerance & # 39;

After the criticism, Ducey tried to explain that his Twitter feed had no place for & # 39; intolerance & # 39;

& # 39; This twitter feed (and the world in general) is not a place for bigotry or hate speech. They are hurtful and divisive & # 39 ;, he wrote.

& # 39; They have been condemned by me and everyone trying to make a difference in the world. Search for the good in you and others and the world will be a gambler [sic] Place.

By Wednesday, account @ simms10471 appeared to have been deleted.

Ducey was elected to serve as mayor in 2014. In November 2017, he was re-elected for another four years.

A request for comment from DailyMail.com was not immediately returned by the mayor's office.

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