Renowned author and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel condemned several signs containing Holocaust comparisons and anti-Semitic messages at yesterday's "House Call" protests. 

One sign at the rally contained images of dead Holocaust victims at the Dachau concentration camp under the banner "National Socialist Health Care." Another sign said that President Barack Obama "takes his orders" from the Rothschilds, a family of Jewish bankers.

Wiesel commented through his eponymous foundation's Twitter account:

Elie Wiesel on the GOP Tea Party's anti-Semitism and Holocaust comparisons: "This kind of political hatred is indecent and disgusting"

The signs also raised the ire of the National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC), which yesterday slammed the signs and called on House Republican leaders who attended the event to condemn them.

The time has come for [John] Boehner, [Eric] Cantor, [Mike] Pence and other GOP leaders -- especially those who were present today -- to condemn these disgusting comparisons and anti-Semitism," said NJDC President David Harris in a statement. "They must tell their base once and for all to cut out this despicable pattern of Holocaust imagery and rhetoric."