Faux feminist and Women’s March co-founder Linda Sarsour has condemned the antisemitic remarks of…Valdimir Putin.
Apparently not too low: the (worse) antisemitic remarks of Louis Farrakhan.
As I have already shown, Sarsour will only condemn some antisemitism because it suits her agenda – and will remain silent in the face of other antisemitism for the same reason.
It is cold, calculated and utterly reprehensible – Sarsour in a nutshell.
In other Women’s March news, Alyssa Klein, the (presumably Jewish) social media director of the Women’s March, has apparently quit her position over the failure of Sarsour and the other Women’s march leaders to condemn Louis Farrakhan.
This coming week is my last week as Social Media Director of @womensmarch. Bring on the coffee dates! But seriously, let me know if you want to meet up and talk big ideas. I want to help make your big ideas happen.
— Alyssa Klein (@dj_diabeatic) March 10, 2018
Anti-Semitism is not a distraction from intersectionality. That people are putting out the narrative that it is really hurts me. If you are committed to intersectionality and you see or hear hateful things said about Jewish people, you have an obligation to speak up. Full stop.
— Alyssa Klein (@dj_diabeatic) March 8, 2018