The Times of Trenton Editorial Board writes:

“I certainly have not seen fliers this explicitly racist in the past, and I do think it’s an outgrowth of the 2016 campaign and the language and policies being advanced by the administration,” says Scott Novakowski, associate counsel for the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice.

Novakowski worries that the current climate is “normalizing” racism, making it all the more essential to push back.

All of this has resonance in New Jersey, which likes to pat itself on the back for being one of the most ethnically diverse states in the union.