Jon Lovitz uses Twitter to get teens expelled for anti-Semitic graffiti

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Remember Jon Lovitz? Last I heard from him, he was searching for gold in the wild west with Billy Crystal and the world's only working mummy actor, Jack Palance. Well, this SNL alum became a hero to Jews everywhere when he got three teenage hatemongers kicked out of school. The three walking arguments for some real-life Hunger Games wrote the word "Jew" and several swastikas (in maple syrup, no less) on a classmate's front walk, and finished off by leaving dog crap on the steps.

What they didn't count on though, was the involvement of Jon motherfuckin' Lovitz. You see, the put-upon teen's family is good friends with Lovitz, and when he found out about the incident, he tweeted a picture of the three teens behind the crime along with this message: 

"The 3 girls who are bullying my friend's daughter. They want to be known. Let them be famous as Jew haters. Pls RT."

Shortly afterwards, he followed up with:

"UPDATE!!!! The three girls who vandalized my friends home with swastikas and dog crap, have been expelled from their school permanently."

Why these three little Hitler Youths decided it was a good idea to inflict hate speech upon their classmate is still a mystery. Why they decided to write it in maple syrup? That's actually more confusing. 

Kudos should also go to one of the girls' mother, who actually drove the the girls over to their classmate's house in the middle of the night to commit the syruping. I've always said the first line of defense against Zionist indoctrination begins at home, so good for this woman. She is, of course, facing criminal charges, because come the fuck on, lady, really?

This recent trend of celebrities coming to the rescue of the common man is something I'd love to see more of. Unless you royally screw up and tweet the address of a sweet elderly couple instead of George Zimmerman, like Spike Lee did.