Women’s March Organizers Refuse to Cut Ties With Racist Nation of Islam Leader

It’s International Women’s Day, and earlier today we exposed the dark, anti-woman underbelly of the “feminist” transgender movement and how some bullied feminists are finding their way to the right after daring to question the gender insanity dogma.

It wouldn’t be a proper International Women’s Day without exposing the hypocrisy and hate at the core of the modern feminist movement, which is perfectly embodied in the rabidly leftist Women’s March.

The Women’s March, an event that claimed to be all about celebrating women but was in reality a pro-abortion, pro-Islam, anti-Christian, anti-Trump spectacle that involved millions of women dressed up as vaginas (because nothing says “women’s power” like a costume of a copulatory organ), Muslim prayer sessions, and hijab-wrapping demonstrations.

This fusion between a religion that violently oppresses women and radical, third-wave feminism might seem ironic to you, and that’s probably because it is, something that would be quite hilarious if it weren’t so infuriating.

At any rate, the truth of the matter is that some of the Women’s March founders are closely tied to Islamists, and now, one of the co-chairs, Tamika Mallory, is under fire for attending an event rife with anti-Semitic ranting.

The Washington Post reports:

Calls for Women’s March president Tamika D. Mallory to resign erupted after she attended a Feb. 25 speech in Chicago at which Mr. Farrakhan railed against “the Satanic Jew,” saying “powerful Jews are my enemy” while singling her out for recognition.

Tamika Mallory, one of the March organizers, was in the audience, and got a special shout-out from Farrakhan,” said the Anti-Defamation League in a Feb. 26 report. “Mallory posted two Instagram photos from the event, which Carmen Perez, another Women’s March organizer, commented on with ‘raise the roof’ emojis.”

After two weeks of scathing publicity, Ms. Malloryissued a statement Wednesday saying that she has “heard the pain and concern” of her fellow activists, but that “wherever my people are is where I must be.”

She also said that had been attending the annual Nation of Islam Saviours’ Day event for more than 30 years, starting when she was a child, leaving little doubt that she was familiar with Mr. Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic rants.

“I first went with my parents when I was just a little girl, and would begin attending on my own after my son’s father was murdered nearly 17 years ago,” she said in the Newsone post. “In that most difficult period of my life, it was the women of the Nation of Islam who supported me and I have always held them close to my heart for that reason.”

Mallory’s parents, by the way, were founding members of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network; the Reverend Sharpton, of course, being an anti-semite himself who played a key role in the anti-semitic Crown Heights Race Riots in 1991 in which two Hasidic Jews were killed.

Criticized for days for her clear support for the racist, hateful Louis Farrakhan, Mallory and the other founders of the Women’s March, including Sharia-law supporting Linda Sarsour, failed to make any significant comment on the controversy.

When they did finally speak officially as the Women’s March, it was absolutely pathetic, and blatantly revealed their refusal to condemn figures like Farrakhan:

These women have no spine and no morals. They know they can’t abandon their intersectional values of “everyone’s a victim but white, Christian America” so they can’t possibly condemn Farrakhan without actually being morally consistent.

Modern-day feminism does not speak for women, it is just a Trojan horse of anti-American, anti-Christian leftist lies!