Late last year Tablet Magazine published an expose on the antisemitism the existed from the founding of the Women’s March.
That article was the first snowflake to shift on the side of the mountain that led to an avalanche of accusations of antisemitism directed, rightfully so, at the Women’s March. Eventually it got so bad that the Democrats had to drop their sponsorship of it.
Just a couple of days ago, one of the founders of the march, Tamkia Mallory did and interview in which she totally denied Israel’s right to exist.
In an interview, @TamikaDMallory asked if Israel has the right to exist.
“The Palestinians are native to their lands”
And the Jews?
“.Well I’m not Jewish”
But you’re not Palestinian either
“I’m speaking about people who are brutally oppressed…” pic.twitter.com/GCwJBpmmKM
— Hen Mazzig (@HenMazzig) January 18, 2019
During the march over the weekend, Linda Sarsour promoted BDS to cheers and applause of the crowd.
The moment that Sarsour promotes BDS at today's DC Women's March. pic.twitter.com/GrVDfSjwCy
— Joshua Robbin Marks (@JoshMarks78) January 19, 2019
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was at the Women’s March and was asked about antisemitism. Her response was to blame Trump.
— The Hill (@thehill) January 19, 2019
This comes as no surprise as anyone with a working knowledge of history know how bad Leftism and Socialism has been for the Jews. She is just another link in a long chain of oppressors.
That this point, after all the exposure of the antisemitism inherent to the founding of the Women’s March, the women marching might as well be honest about how they feel and dress in brown shirts with swastika armbands.