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ESPN's Kornheiser Compares Arizona Bill to Yellow Stars the Nazis Made Jews Wear
'How are they supposed to be identified? Should they wear a yellow star? My people went through that at one point'

ESPN’s Kornheiser: Arizona Bill Could Be Like Nazi’s Yellow-Star Policy for Jews (National Review)

In his call for the NFL to move the Super Bowl out of Arizona over Senate Bill 1062, ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser speculated that were it to become law, gay people in Arizona would be treated as Jews in Nazi Germany were.

“How are they supposed to be identified? Should they wear a yellow star? My people went through that at one point,” the Pardon the Interruption co-host said on Wednesday, prior to Governor Jan Brewer’s veto of the bill later in the evening.

In Nazi Germany, Jews wore two yellow superimposed triangles resembling the Star of David for identification in public, as well as in concentration camps. Men who were identified by the Nazias as gay wore purple triangles in the camps.

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