Ambulance Driver Anthony Moncher Wants More Dead Jews
Meet Anthony Moncher, a Black rights activist from Illinois:
Moncher made it clear he was also happy about it, lamenting the fact more had not died:
A look at Moncher’s social media shows he, not surprisingly, hates Israel. But wishing death on Jewish Israelis would normally indicate a real intense hatred of Jews, despite the occasional “I am anti-Zionist-not-antisemitic” post:
Alas, Moncher really cannot keep his Jew hatred completely hidden:
Wishing death on more people is always disturbing, but it is especially disturbing when coming from someone in the medical field; specifically an ambulance driver for Medex Ambulance Services in Skokie:
I shudder to think what would happen if he was called out to a synagogue, for instance. Would he take his time deliberately?
That could, after all, “pump those numbers up.”
Update 31/7/2022: I received the following email from MedEx:
To whom it may concern,
We would like to provide additional information in response to the article written and posted here by David Lange on July 27, 2022.
The person referred to in David Lange’s July 27 article/post is no longer employed by MedEx Ambulance. The person in question was employed by MedEx for a short time as a casual employee. He was never involved in ambulance or patient care and his employment as a Driver ended over a month ago (in June 2022).
MedEx does not condone or tolerate hate speech of any kind. MedEx is proudly owned and operated by a Jewish woman. At MedEx, we believe all people and all faiths should be respected.
Michael F Pieroni
MedEx Ambulance Service