HATERS & FAKE NEWS AT IT AGAIN: No, Schools Are NOT Open; Here’s The Real Story With The School Buses – With The Evidence [VIDEO]

Haters will continue to hate and promote fake news – even in a time of crisis.

The haters and fake news reports were at it again – this time claiming Jewish children were being transported to an open school during this Governor-ordered lockdown.

The allegations added fuel to the fire of the haters and those looking to find blame with Lakewood wherever they can – even if it means searching for that minute percentage of those who don’t follow the law – so they can brush the entire community with one big anti-Semitic brush. Even if the story is false.

Two recent incidents highlight just that.

This past Friday, a video circled of an individual leaving a home on Jacks Way in Toms River, and boarding a school bus.

And that’s true – but that person was not a student, but rather a volunteer dropping off a meal at the home.

In videos obtained by TLS, you can clearly see the volunteer taking a meal and giving it to the student.

But why show that part of the video? Showing that would not fit the agenda.

Yesterday, law enforcement officials in Toms River pulled over a school bus on Wilkinson Drive after they received reports that a school was open, and a bus was driving around picking up children from a home on White Oak Bottom, as well as from a home on Basswood Court.

Once again, the allegations were proven to be false.

Watch the videos and judge for yourself.

Lesson #1: Haters will hate.

Lesson #2: Stick with real news sources.

And here’s what Lakewood School District Attorney Michael Inzelbuch had to say about this incident.

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  1. Oh well this one didn’t work out to well for these haters. Whats next? How about Jews are renting out pools today in Toms River and renters are swimming without social distancing.

    • go to asbury park press their website and Facebook pager full of hate on this page and the comments section is full of lies and misinformation.

    • Go to asbury park press Facebook page and u will see allot of the haters u can engage them if u want as they are spreading allot of hate. check out any article that mentions Lakewood is followed with hundreds of anti Semitic comments.

  2. So sad that in a time of crisis, community leaders have to spend all their time and resources fending off hateful lies about our community. Valuable resources that could be focusing on helping the medical community save lives and also could be focusing on advising and enhancing our communities excellent social distancing guidelines that as a general rule far exceed the law and also far exceeds the guidelines being kept in other communities are instead being spent fending off hate. All those that are getting high off the hate being spewed should be ashamed. Thank you governor for standing up to the hate. Now we need all those that are so adamant about enforcing the governors social distancing orders for him to please help him fight the hate that he clearly said has no place in this state or anywhere.

    • Its literally scary as I went onto the asbury park press Facebook page and every article that mention Lakewood virus outbreak follows with hundreds of anti Semitic comments and all these comments are un challenged as nobody in our community is posting any responses.

  3. if you know that there are haters – why are you going around with a school bus?! there is something called מראית עין, they should have not go around with the school bus it was just a חילול ה’, they should have taken a privet van!!

  4. Can u please explain the video circulating from Blue Claws Stadium Of pallets n pallets of product n if it’s for Passover explain why cleaning products, toilet paper n paper towels by the truck load. This doesn’t look good at all, u must understand how other ppl feel.

  5. To Toms River resident. All this stuff we pay for it’s not free it’s organized by an organization in our community it’s done every year so why do you care? Everything is limited to purchase like if you go to Target you can only buy 1 toilet paper. We use lots of cleaning supplies at this time and we can’t get what we need in the stores to clean for Passover including paper towels at this time we use tons of them to clean. Toilet paper we use a lot more than others especially since some can have 15 people in a household so the 1 package the store allows is no where near enough. That doesn’t mean you have to hate us because your jealous not everyone did it for instance I didn’t do it my family isn’t as big and I thought we can manage. Oh also when Passover does come we have many days we can’t go out to buy. Also all the stuff was purchased nothing was stolen so their was nothing illegal being done and it was all done in a safe way to keep people safe. So tired of feeling we need to explain ourselves thank god we live in a community that cares about us

  6. Stop the Hate-Please look at Toms River Resident’s post and edit yours. There was no hate, just a respectful question, and pointing out that the videos going around do not look good. Unfortunately there are many people not asking questions, just passing things around that do not look good. Be thankful that Toms River Resident is asking and will hopefully help spread the truth.

  7. I have always supported and respected the Jewish community here.
    I will tell you that most of the hate and misunderstandings derives from ignorance in the true sense of the word in that there is a lack of knowledge. However, I have only been able to gain very limited knowledge of the community because of the closed nature of it. So although I would relish the opportunity to learn more I cannot. This dilemma prevents greatly better relationships. It seems to me there should be someway to respect the Jewish laws and traditions while also allowing greater contact, communication, and knowledge.

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