D.C.'s Union Station "covered end to end" with swastikas

Photos of the defacement were posted to social media the day after Holocaust Remembrance Day

By Bob Brigham

Published January 28, 2022 4:55PM (EST)

Dozens of swastikas and anti-Obama slogans were drawn on pillars around the exterior of Union Station in Washington. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)
Dozens of swastikas and anti-Obama slogans were drawn on pillars around the exterior of Union Station in Washington. (Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

This article originally appeared on Raw Story

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One day after Holocaust Remembrance Day, multiple people posted photos to social media showing swastikas scrawled on Washington, DC's iconic Union Station.

"There are hand-drawn swastikas all over the entrance to Union Station in DC. Almost every column," reported CBS News White correspondent Bo Erickson.


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He posted four photos showing swastikas drawn on the building's stone exterior.

Erickson was not the only person to post photos of swastikas at the station, which is a major transportation hub serving DC's Metro system, commuter rail, Metrobus, and is the souther terminus of Amtrak's Acela corridor.

Here are other images of the station posted to Twitter:


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