In an incident fit for the most twisted sort of comedic cringe, a Jewish fellow by the name of David Shlomo Toaff went on a crazed anti-Semitic tirade during a Delta flight from Washington D.C. to Atlanta.
The entire incident was captured on camera by one of the passengers on the flight, Jordan Dale.
‘Today a man on my plane went on an anti-Semitic tirade and demanded “all Jews raise their hands” so he could “indentify [sic] them.” Later, during the arrest he protested and resisted arrest,’ wrote Dale on Twitter.
Needless to say, when the airplane landed, police were waiting for the unruly human cargo at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport.
That’s when things got ugly(-er).
The video shows the man, who has been identified as David Toaff, trying to avoid police while they attempt to take him into custody.
Toaff, 37, who is seen wearing a backpack and tallit, starts to question the officers at one point, asking: ‘What did I do wrong?’
That is when someone off-camera yells: ‘You’re a Nazi.’
Ha! The Nazi, unbeknown to the accuser, was also an Institutional Victim, a default Western game which allows people to wantonly accuse anyone they don’t like of being a Nazi. The irony is juicy.
Toaff was eventually booked into the Clayton County Jail, but has not been charged with making any sort of hate speech.
He has instead been charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing or hindering law enforcement.
Toaff (above) was charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing or hindering law enforcement
Toaff’s inmate details reveal that he lives in Washington DC and that his middle name is Shlomo.
The video seems to show that the charges Toaff is facing are the result of his behavior after the flight landed, and not any remarks he made while the flight was in the air.
Atlanta Airport Police can be seen doing their best to try and reason with Toaff, but he refuses to cooperate.
‘You’re making it worse for yourself,’ one of the officers says at one point in the video.
A defiant Toaff responds: ‘I’m not doing anything wrong.’
Between alternatively playing a harmless game of Concentration Camp on the plane and damning people for having blue eyes on the ground, sure, Shlomo is in the right.
Really busts the narrative when the Nazi is the Institutional Victim, doesn’t it?