The women of the “Women’s March” are on the march again.
They’re marching OUT of the liberal group as they realize it’s being run by extreme radicals who embrace the notorious hatemonger Louis Farrakhan!
Three out of four of the group’s co-chairs have ugly links to this racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic, hate-spewing leader of the Nation of Islam.
One of them, Tamika Mallory, attended a February speech by Farrakhan.
Called on to denounce him, she refused.
“In that most difficult period of my life, it was the women of the Nation of Islam who supported me and I have always held them close to my heart for that reason,” she wrote in response to the outcry, but without mentioning him, The New York Times reported.
In the past, she shared an image of her being embraced by Farrakhan.
“Thank God this man is still alive and doing well,” she wrote. “He is definitely the GOAT.”
GOAT, of course, stands for “greatest of all time.”
Mallory, for the record, also openly mourned the death of Fidel Castro in 2016.
“R.I.P. Comandante!” she wrote. “Your legacy lives on!”
That’s not pro-women. That’s not even progressivism. That’s outright affection for a brutal and murderous dictator.
Another Women’s March “leader,” Carmen Perez, last year shared a photo of herself holding hands with Farrakhan, calling him “inspirational,” and in another post claimed he is “speaking truth to power.”
This is a man who has used the term “white devils,” called Judaism a “gutter religion” and launched attacks on groups the left usually just adores including gays and Hollywood.
Try being a conservative and criticizing either group. They’ll hound you to the ends of the Earth. They might even form a group to protest you, and maybe give it a name, like “Women’s March.”
But when Farrakhan does it, he’s the “greatest of all time.”
Here are some other examples of Farrakhan “inspiring” and “speaking truth to power”:
- “A decree of death has been passed on America. The judgment of God has been rendered and she must be destroyed.”
- “White people are potential humans – they haven’t evolved yet.”
- “How did we get a Black president? Because those Satanic Jews know that this is the time of your separation from them that God wants to give you a land of your own as the cornerstone of the Kingdom of God.”
- “White folks are going down.”
- “We know that many Jews received a text message not to come to work on September 11.”
A petition on Change.org signed by nearly 2,000 people calls the group’s leaders out over its embrace of an open anti-Semite.
“We, as supporters of women’s rights, donated to this organization, promoted it, and went on to march once again on January 20, 2018. We REFUSE to march behind leaders who support an open anti-Semite. We REFUSE to march behind leaders who defend those affiliated with an open anti-Semite. We DEMAND new leadership.”
Yet despite the calls to cut ties, and despite the calls to denounce Farrakhan, the group has refused, and that’s leading to defections. Some portions of the March are splitting off, and at least one regional Planned Parenthood pulled its support.
But that hasn’t stopped them.
In a letter to The New York Times, Women’s March co-president Bob Bland slammed anyone who dares to criticize them for as “apologists for the status quo, racist ideology and the white nationalist patriarchy.”
— The Horn editorial team