Who’s beating Leftist women? I ask this, because the Left claim that Republican women are oppressed by men, thus their vote for Donald Trump.
So who’s causing Leftist women to abandon the radical-leftist fraudulently deemed Women’s Marches?
If you haven’t heard, these marches are being canceled across the country. And two years overdue, when you consider how they started.
To believe the Left, Donald Trump’s presidency ushered in the era of woman-hate. Women experienced the same problems under Obama, yet no marches. But when Trump was accused of having mistresses and paying off hookers, then suddenly women had their cause?
However, after two years of anti-Trump propaganda for their march, suddenly the zeal for the movement appears to be dying out. The reasons vary, depending upon which ‘spin’ piece one is willing to believe.
According to the Associated Press:
Organizers have canceled next month’s Women’s March in Chicago citing logistical issues, as accusations of anti-Semitism dog the national movement.
Local organizers blamed high costs and not enough volunteers as key reasons for abandoning the rally that would have taken place Jan. 19, when similar marches are scheduled to take place in cities around the world, including Washington, D.C. An estimated 250,000 people participated in the initial Chicago march in January 2017. The heavier than expected turnout led organizers to reroute the march due to security concerns.
However, Fox News is reporting a different excuse:
Organizers of a Women’s March rally slated for Northern California next month have canceled the event, saying they were concerned that participants would have been “overwhelmingly white.”
In a news release, organizers for the march in Eureka – about 270 miles north of San Francisco – said Friday the “decision was made after many conversations between local social-change organizers and supporters of the march.”
“Up to this point, the participants have been overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community,” the news release continued.
According to Census Bureau data from July, Humboldt County, where Eureka is the county seat, is 74 percent non-Hispanic white.
“I was appalled to be honest,” Amy Sawyer Long told the Washington Times. “I understand wanting a diverse group. However, we live in a predominantly white area … not to mention how is it beneficial to cancel? No matter the race people still want their voices heard.”
So… ‘whitey need not apply’? So much for “Sisterhood”.
That is just part of the story, the truth is much darker.
Vanessa Wruble, a Brooklyn-based activist, said she told the group that her Jewish heritage inspired her to try to help repair the world. But she said the conversation took a turn when Tamika Mallory, a black gun control activist, and Carmen Perez, a Latina criminal justice reform activist, replied that Jews needed to confront their own role in racism.
The women who gathered that night would go on to organize one of the biggest protests in American history, remarkable not just for its size, but for its inclusive nature. The event on Jan. 21, 2017, inspired thousands of women who had never been involved in politics before to pour their energy into helping Democrats win elections this fall.
But the divisions apparent at that very first meeting continue to haunt the Women’s March organization, as charges of anti-Semitism are now roiling the movement and overshadowing plans for more marches next month.
Ms. Wruble was pushed out of the organization shortly after the march, and she now asserts that her Jewish identity played a role.
So much for tolerance in the Women’s March.
But they there is that accusation of anti-semitism dogging the movement as well.
Mass movements are sewn together from a wide variety of sources, so they often sweep in unwanted companions as they move toward their goals. No one, however, expected to discover that three Women’s March co-chairs—Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez, and Tamika Mallory—had ties to Farrakhan. More mysterious and disturbing was the extended reluctance of the Women’s March, nearly a year since it became public, to acknowledge Farrakhan’s extremist views and disassociate themselves from them.
It all came to a head last week, after Farrakhan delivered his address to the annual Nation of Islam gathering for Saviours’ Day, the sect’s three-day holiday honoring its founder, Wallace Fard Muhammad. Farrakhan denounced “Satanic Jews,” said that “when you want something in this world, the Jew holds the door,” and at the climax of his speech, proclaimed, “White folks are going down, and Satan is going down, and Farrakhan by God’s grace has pulled the cover off of that Satanic Jew—and I’m here to say, your time is up.”
Naturally, this renewed interest in just what the Women’s March was thinking. Mallory further stoked controversy when a woman questioning her about Farrakhan’s anti-Semitism drew a response from a preacher asking her to condemn Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and praying for Jesus to cast out the “wicked spirit laying on her heart.” Linda Sarsour surfaced to say the man was “too blessed,” and Mallory tweeted, “If your leader does not have the same enemies as Jesus, they may not be THE leader!”
Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing
Laura Loomer put these frauds front and center.
Kyle Morris saved a now-deleted video that showcases exactly what Loomer alleged of Sarsour.
“I don’t care what you think. I don’t care if they’re not candidates that you like. I don’t need you to like them. I need you to vote Democrat …” – Linda Sarsour
This video was removed once it started receiving a lot of negative attention. Luckily, I saved it. pic.twitter.com/0baroTJeac
— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) September 4, 2018
Sarsour uses the media to cover-up her racist, anti-Semitic views. They happily accommodate her.
Perhaps things are changing?
Since early 2017, Sarsour has increasingly become a lightning rod of controversy. She has made statements about Israel, women, and the president that has drawn condemnation from Conservatives and some Democrats who say she is intolerant of other views.
Others have defended Sarsour and her statements, saying that many of her remarks have been taken out of context. Others have said she has been targeted by “anti-Muslim groups” and show the need for a greater understanding of the religion in the United States.
Sarsour called for Muslims to engage “jihad” against President Trump, well aware of how politically charged the word is among Americans. Understand that the woman asking for war against POTUS 45 received the “Champion of Change” award from President Obama.
The Women’s March was the most inspiring and transformational moment I’ve ever witnessed in politics. It was a joyful day of clarity and a lightning bolt of awakening for so many women and men who demanded to be heard.
And it happened because four extraordinary women—Tamika Mallory, Bob Bland, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour—had the courage to take on something big, important and urgent, and never gave up. Because of their hard work, millions of people got off the sidelines, raised their voices and marched. The images of Jan. 21, 2017, show a diverse, dynamic America—striving for equality for all. The moment and movement mattered so profoundly because it was intersectional and deeply personal.
This is the rebirth of the women’s movement. These women are the suffragists of our time. And our movement isn’t going away—it’s just the beginning.
Where are the media in condemning those who lauded Sarsour. Why haven’t Obama or Gillibrand asked these women to step down?
The Women’s March leaders masquerade as “civil rights activists”. But in the words of Martin Luther King, Jr,