Women’s March Holds ‘Vigil’ to Oppose Anti-Semitism — Led by Linda Sarsour

The Women’s March, whose leaders have openly embraced anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, tried to lead the “resistance” in opposition to President Donald Trump in the wake of the Pennsylvania synagogue shooting Sunday, holding a “vigil” outside the White House to protest anti-Semitism.

There was just one problem: it was led by noted supporter of anti-Semite Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan (and likely anti-Semite, herself), Linda Sarsour.

“Today we are turning our grief to action with @jewishaction,” the Women’s March tweeted, “to send a clear message that these anti-semitic and xenophobic attacks can never happen again.”

Notice they’re conflating terms — associating “anti-Semitism” with “xenophobia” in an effort to connect violence explicitly against the Jewish people with a broader campaign against opponents of unfettered immigration — because it’ll become important later. . .

Sarsour and fellow Women’s March leaders Tamika Mallory and Carmen Perez are, of course, friends with arguably the nation’s foremost anti-Semite, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who regularly delivers anti-Jewish messages from the pulpit of his mosque in Chicago, and just last week referred to Jews as “termites” who require extermination. (Read more from “Women’s March Holds ‘Vigil’ to Oppose Anti-Semitism — Led by Linda Sarsour” HERE)

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