BOOM: Womens’ March Leadership Denounced By High-Ranking Female Democrat For Their Antisemitism

Written by Wes Walker on January 21, 2019

When someone this prominent on your OWN side denounces you, it’s time to pay attention.

Trouble is brewing in the Women’s March and at the highest levels.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz not only chaired the DNC but she also ran Hillary’s Campaign when she got busted for rigging the game against Sanders. By no measurement is she a ‘little fish’ in the Democrat ecosystem.

And her latest move is sending tremors through their establishment.

Right on schedule cracks are forming in their supposed ‘Intersectional Coalition’.

It was inevitable. When the most persecuted group in the coalition gets special priority, you cannot help but create rivalries.

And beyond that, there are ways in which some of these groups, if you are honest, are natural rivals.

The Feminist wing will have different priorities than the Palestinian sympathizers. Even within a single group, there is potential conflict. How do a group that defines gender as ‘fluid’ deal with ‘bisexual’ members of their group? And how do Transsexuals fit with the gay/straight dichotomy? Etc. etc.

Since intersectionality is a vindictive ideology, there will be disagreement about which ENEMY needs punishing. Will it be big business? (Should that include their allies in banking and Silicon Valley?) Will they target cis-gender? Will they target Israel?

And Israel is where the fault-lines are showing up in the Women’s March internecine spat.

At “almost every turn,” she wrote, Women’s March co-leader Tamika Mallory “has failed to clearly denounce” Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam group, who has a “long history of antisemitism.”

“Instead, she has attended Farrakhan’s speeches and posted her support for him on social media, referring to him as the ‘GOAT’ — or, the Greatest Of All Time,” the congresswoman wrote.

“While I still firmly believe in its values and mission, I cannot associate with the national march’s leaders and principles, which refuse to completely repudiate antisemitism and all forms of bigotry.”

Linda Sarsour, another Women’s March leader, wrote last year about “folks who masquerade as progressives but always choose their allegiance to Israel over their commitment to democracy and free speech,” Wasserman Schulz said in the op-ed.

“This rhetoric is hurtful and shames the Jewish women who have stood for equality and inclusiveness since before the Women’s March even came into being,” she wrote.
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