Because Sen. Gillibrand’s friend and Women’s March organizer Tamika Mallory was at Louis Farrakhan’s hate-fest last week, the Women’s March organizers have been under pressure to condemn Farrakhan, that’s despite the fact that Mallory has been a fan of Farrakhan for a long time:
After a week of pressure, the Women’s March finally released a statement that neither condemns the Farrakhan minister of hate nor does it apologize for the fact that the Women’s March leadership is filled with haters.
Anti-Semitism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, racism and white supremacy are and always will be indefensible.
Please read our statement: pic.twitter.com/bRFqAGf81t
— Women’s March (@womensmarch) March 6, 2018
The statement is a lie. A year ago the Women’s March organized “A Day Without Women.” Those protests were run a Palestinian Terrorist who killed two students and was deported from the US in 2017, groups who call for the destruction ofThis post was originally published on this site