The offices of the Oklahoma Democratic Party and Chickasaw Nation were vandalized with racist, anti-gay and anti-Semitic graffiti on Thursday.

The spray-painted remarks included “Gas the Jews,” “White planet only,” and “Welcome to Germany,” The Tulsa World reported.

Swastikas were also painted on the building’s entrance and a manifesto was pasted to the front of the building in Oklahoma City, which is owned by former Gov. David Walters and his wife.


The vandalism was discovered early in the morning by a maintenance worker.

“I am just horrified,” Walters said told the newspaper.

The Chickasaw Nation building was also targeted with similar language and the same color paint.

“It is very disheartening to see our building defaced by this type of hateful message which is so out of place for Oklahoma,” said Bill Anoatubby, governor of The Chickasaw Nation. “We believe it is important to move past this isolated incident and focus our attention on the important work we do.”

Capt. Bo Mathews of the Oklahoma City Police Department said the incidents are being investigated as a hate crime.

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) condemned the “abhorrent” language on Twitter.

“It dos not reflect who we are as a state,” the governor wrote.

“One bigot with a spray paint can or even a group of bigots do not speak for the hundreds of thousands in this city who stand strongly together against hate and bigotry,” Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt wrote on Twitter. “Let’s love each other just a little bit more today.”