Why is that this Farrakhanist nitwit nonetheless fielding questions on Israel and the Palestinians? How does it profit her to take action, now that her group has begun bleeding mainstream Democratic support as a result of she received’t shut up when requested about it? If she received’t condemn Farrakhan’s views as a result of, uh, pretty clearly she agrees with them, she ought to simply no-comment when requested about something aside from the Women’s March. Here’s a free inventory reply: “The historical past of that area is difficult and I’m not an skilled on it. I don’t wish to say something that may betray my ignorance however I’m attempting to be taught extra about it. I’m going to give attention to issues nearer to house.”
You know why she’s nonetheless taking questions on this topic? Because her views on Jews and Israel, nurtured by Farrakhan’s “teachings,” are extra vital to her than the Women’s March is. There’s no different rationalization.
Should a corporation of individuals dedicated to altering the United States by protest wish to be led by somebody who’d let it slowly bleed goodwill within the title of defending her different pet causes? Whether they need to or not, it looks like they’re going to:
A nationwide board member with the Women’s March defended the group’s co-president amid a rising controversy over the latter’s relationship with Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam chief who has drawn criticism for his alleged anti-Semitic remarks.
Linda Sarsour, a Women’s March nationwide board member, mentioned that she believes in co-president Tamika Mallory’s management, calling her a “girl who stands up for all individuals.”
How exhausting is it to prepare an enormous feminist march in America 2019 with out having an apologist for Louis Farrakhan on the high? For cripes sake. There have to be some mainstream ladies’s group that may step in right here to guide a generic “Men Suck” rally.