The intrusion was found at Ahavas Israel Cemetery just hours before President Donald Trump staged a rally on Monday night in Grand Rapids.
The Michigan Anti-Defamation Federation (ADL) has published photos on their Twitter account showing the steles painted with “Trump” and “MAGA” red paint.
Police Sgt. John Wittkowski said the cemetery was in a secluded place, so there were no leads or videos. He said the incident, under investigation, could have happened in the past three to five days.
ADL said they are appalled and are working with law enforcement to investigate the insult.
The law, committed before the 2020 election, is intended to intimidate Trump̵7;s opponents and Jewish voters in particular, the Michigan Democratic Jewish Conference said Monday in a press release.
“It has failed. Grand Rapids Jewish community will not be attracted by this vile attack on Ahavas Israel,” the statement said. “Instead, Jews in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and across the country will go to (Tuesday) votes to vote against this president and hatred, violence, and anti -ism. and he was so agitated. “
Michigan Republicans did not immediately respond to a request for comment.