“The decision by the Cobb County School District to use euphemisms in its public statement to describe the defacing of a boys’ bathroom at Pope High School with swastikas and the phrase ‘Hail Hitler’ has not gone unnoticed. Neither a statement by the district Friday to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution nor a letter home to Pope parents mentioned antisemitism, opting for such terms as ‘students misbehave’ and ‘hateful graffiti.'” They didn’t mention the antisemitism (or the poor spelling). Anti-Defamation League: Cobb should not downplay antisemitism at Pope High School. And here’s the kicker: The school’s “passage of their resolution banning Critical Race Theory could tie their hands in responding to and countering incidents of hate through educational initiatives for the school community.”