As Women’s March Founders Silent on Farrakhan, Linda Sarsour Chimes In To Defend Another Antisemite

Last week, Louis Farrakhan held his big event of the year, Saviours’ Day. As usual, his Jew hatred was on full display. Here are some of the “highlights”:

One of those in attendance was Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory. She not only refused to condemn his antisemitism, but even tweeted rapper Mysonne, known for espousing antisemitic sentiments himself.

She also responded to this tweet about fellow rapper Talib Kweli, who has also tweeted antisemitic things

with some more love

But the rot runs even deeper among the Women’s march leaders.

After a Jewish Twitter user took Tamika Mallory to task for her support of Farrakhan, someone called Minister Kirsten John Foy defended Farrakhan while deflecting to attack Israeli PM Netanyahu. Because apparently all Jews must support him. As if all of that wasn’t enough to indicate his antisemitism, Minister Foy tweeted that the Jewish woman had a wicked spirit in her heart, and prayed that Jesus would cast it out!

At this point, Women’s March co-founder Linda Sarsour decided to chime in and condemn this blatant antisemitism.

Just kidding.

Yes, that’s right. She jumped in to defend him.

And still no word from her about Farrakhan – which is not surprising given she spoke and participated at a Nation of Islam event in 2015. Not that we didn’t already know how much she admires him and the Nation of Islam.

When called out for her defense of these antisemites, Sarsour whipped out her boilerplate response:

I’m not buying it.

Linda, I’m ‘woke’ to you.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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