This woman has to realize – that her movement was hijacked by these radical lefties. They can’t have it both ways. Sarsour spews hate in every word she speaks. She is not for the American woman, for sure. She does this in everything – they join and then take over. I was surprised to see her on the stage with American women. Ask Sarsour what her end goal is?
Women’s March Imploding Over Support of Farrakhan
November 21, 2018 Kaylee McGhee 0
‘We don’t denounce or write off people or communities…’
(Kaylee McGhee, Liberty Headlines) The radical feminist Women’s March is imploding, with many of the group’s high-profile early supporters distancing themselves from the movement.
The founder of the Women’s March, Teresa Shook, called for the group’s current leadership to step down in a Facebook post on Monday, just two months before the third march is set to take place in Washington, D.C.
November 19 at 12:45 PM ·
“As Founder of the Women’s March, my original vision and intent was to show the capacity of human beings to stand in solidarity and love against the hateful rhetoric that had become a part of the political landscape in the U.S. and around the world. I wanted us to prove that the majority of us are decent people who want a world that is fair, just and inclusive of Women and All people. We proved that on January 21, 2017 (and in the U.S. this past midterm with a diverse electorate).
Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Carmen Perez of Women’s March, Inc. have steered the Movement away from its true course. I have waited, hoping they would right the ship. But they have not. In opposition to our Unity Principles, they have allowed anti-Semitism, anti- LBGTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric to become a part of the platform by their refusal to separate themselves from groups that espouse these racist, hateful beliefs. I call for the current Co-Chairs to step down and to let others lead who can restore faith in the Movement and its original intent. I stand in Solidarity with all the Sister March Organizations, to bring the Movement back to its authentic purpose. As Women’s March founder, I am stepping up to bring focus back to the Unity Principles on which our movement began, and with the support of all of those who marched and have continued to march, I pledge to support grassroots, decentralized leadership promoting a safe, worldwide community devoid of hate speech, bigotry and racism.”
The corporation’s four leaders mentioned in the post—Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour and Carmen Perez—dismissed Shook’s criticism in a join statement, saying Shook sought “to take advantage of our growing pains to try and fracture our network” by criticizing the movement.
(So, just tell these four biggies – to go find their own playground. They took advantage of her and turned it into a Muslim playground.)
“Our ongoing work speaks for itself,” they said, according to The Daily Beast. “That’s our focus, not armchair critiques from those who want to take credit for our labor.”
At the center of the controversy surrounding the Women’s March is Louis Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic rhetoric and hate speech toward LGBTQ groups, which a few Women’s March leaders have embraced.
Mallory, the national co-chair for the Women’s March, attended an event hosted by the Nation of Islam leader, during which Farrakhan referred to the “Satanic Jew” and declared “the powerful Jews are my enemy.”
When Mallory faced backlash for attending the event, several other Women’s March leaders defended her.
Still, many prominent supporters left the movement, including Planned Parenthood.
“We don’t denounce or write off people or communities,” Rachel O’Leary Carmona, the chief operating officer of the Women’s March, told The Daily Beast. “We denounce, and fight, evil and discriminatory ideas and policies. Not articulating that clearly and quickly has really hurt people and we deeply regret that.”
The way women talked on that stage – spewing hate – it wasn’t anything that was good for America.