‘You People Are The Devil’: Woman With Small Child Mocked, Yelled At For Being Jewish, Video Shows
Screenshot: @DCTrikeMom via Twitter

A mother of three in Washington, D.C., was mocked and called “the devil” for being Jewish by a man whom she asked to stop blocking the bike lane so she could pick up her two other children from school, video shows.

The woman, who posted video of the encounter on X, is heard asking the man to move his SUV from the bike lane; he refuses and in turn asks the woman if she’s Jewish.

“You a Jew?” the man asks, to which the mother responds, “I am, in fact.”

“Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha,” the man laughs. “I knew it! I knew it! I knew you was [sic] a Jew! You people are the devil!”

He then proceeds to call her “trash” and “entitled” and asks the person in his passenger seat to start videotaping her.

The woman said on X that she asked the man to move his SUV, which was blocking the bike lane, so she could cross the street without having to overlap into oncoming traffic, since her child was with her.

“All I’m asking you to do is move out of the bike lane,” the woman says, according to the video footage.

“I don’t care what you’re asking, I don’t got to comply with you,” the man responds, adding, “I don’t give a f*** about your safety. Your life is not my concern.”


“This went on for a long time and I got flustered,” the woman said on social media. “I’m trying to ride my bike in the bike lane to pick up my kids. He is fully blocking the bike lane, so I’m asking him to move out of the way. I started recording when he pulled his car forward and started cursing at me.”

She said she did get the man’s license plate, but did not want to put that on social media, feeling it would be wrong to dox him.


According to the New York Post, there have been 107 recorded anti-Semitism incidents across the nation since October 7, when terror group Hamas attacked Israel and slaughtered hundreds of people, including women and young children.

The White House has recently taken heat for a response Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre gave when pressed about the rise of anti-Semitism.

“We have not seen any credible threats,” Jean-Pierre responded to a question during the Monday briefing, adding, “I know there’s questions about credible threats, so just want to make sure that that’s out there.”

“But look, Muslims and those perceived to be Muslim have endured a disproportionate number of hate-fueled attacks,” the press secretary added. “And certainly, President Biden understands that many of our Muslim Arab Americans’ and Palestinian Americans’ loved ones and neighbors are worried about the hate being directed at their community.”

According to the Department of Justice, 51.4% of religion-related hate crime incidents are anti-Jewish, and 9.6% are anti-Islamic.

Zach Jewell contributed to this report.

Related: Jean-Pierre On Anti-Semitic Protests At Universities: ‘I’m Not Going To Get Into What’s Happening’

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