RED HILL, Pa. - Residents in Montgomery County received letters of propaganda related to Nazi ideals earlier this week.
Rep. Justin Simmons, R-Lehigh/Montgomery/Northampton, was also on the receiving end of these Nazi propaganda flyers.
Simmons says he's disappointed to see such horrible ideas being promoted in his community and shares the community's disgust in the hateful flyers.
The envelope his office received was postmarked 'Philadelphia' and had no return address, Simmon says.
"It is my understanding that the sender or senders did not break any laws in mailing the flyer. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits the government from abridging the speech of American citizens. Nevertheless, I strongly condemn the flyer and its divisive message," Simmons said.
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