A man is being severely criticized on social media for making hateful and controversial comments about Israel
The man was identified as Amaury Letort, who worked as a project manager at Punchcut.
Several X users surrounded him and reported his actions to their current organization

A man is being severely criticized on social media for making hateful and controversial comments about Israel. The man was identified as Amaury Letort.

“I hope your ancestors died in ovens and it will be the same for you and your family soon during a 2nd Shoah (fingers crossed). When that happens, I’m going to sh*t on Israeli flags while dancing.” – Amaury Letort, a senior project manager for @Punchcut (Brooklyn location)… pic.twitter.com/cTvr5RQMi1

— StopAntisemitism (@StopAntisemites) November 13, 2023

Who is Amaury Letort?

According to his LinkedIn account, Amaury Letort is a product manager at Punchcut in Brooklyn. According to his profile, he is a creative Digital Marketing and Communications expert with around 8 years of experience.

Reportedly, he said, “I hope your ancestors died in the furnaces and soon the same will happen to you and your family in the 2nd Shoah (fingers crossed). “When something like this happens, I will shit on Israeli flags while dancing.”

Following his statements, he was criticized for his actions. Several X users surrounded him and reported his profile to their current organizations.

User One X wrote: “This is a particularly disgusting piece of anti-Semitism! It needs to be contained like in Ghostbusters.

“This is blood libel and goes beyond harassment. Maybe this evidence needs to be turned over to local and state law enforcement? And lawyers.” another user wrote.

User One

One user wrote: “How do you hire someone who espouses such disgusting hatred?

@Punchcut ? He represents your company,” Jonathan Greenblatt, executive director and CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, said Sunday. He said that antisemitism in Turkey increased by 388 percent.

“There is a growing and escalating trend in antisemitism,” he said. “We have witnessed normalization from both the far right and the far left.”

Speaking at the Senate hearing last week, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas reported that there was an increase in threats against Muslims and Jews after the October 7 attack.