The NYPD is currently investigating a series of identical hate-filled letters sent to businesses across New York City featuring Nazi swastikas above Trump's slogan "Make America Great Again," the New York Daily News reports. The anonymous, anti-Semitic hate mail was reportedly sent to at least nine different businesses in Brooklyn and Manhattan this week, including a Kosher butcher shop, bakeries, a Harlem Starbucks, and the Israeli consulate, according to DNAinfo. The short, typed letters feature an image of a large swastika and the phrase "Make America Great Again," before continuing with anti-semitic, anti-gay, and racist slurs. "Christian identity is back," the letters read. "Negroes and faggots must burn in hell." They also use the phrase "Judas Raus," a Nazi-era slogan meaning "Jews out" in German. Weiss Bakery in Borough Park first reported the letter to Brooklyn assemblyman Dov Hikind, who spoke with the bakery owner and alerted the police. "In light of what's going on the world, all threats must be taken very seriously," Hikind wrote in a Facebook post about the letters. "We're not waiting for an incident before addressing a threat. Fortunately, our community and myself have an excellent relationship with law enforcement—and the NYPD is the best there is at addressing criminal activity." --- Post Merged, Oct 6, 2017 --- Eeshy mama.