Designer Leah McSweeney On Fashion, Feminism, And Jordan Peterson

Designer Leah McSweeney On Fashion, Feminism, And Jordan Peterson

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Leah McSweeney is the founder and CEO of Married to the Mob, a women’s fashion line. She’s also a columnist at Penthouse, and a journalist who first reported on anti-semitism at the top of The Women’s March organization. On this episode on the Federalist Radio Hour McSweeney and Domenech discuss a range of topics including fashion, feminism, men obsessed with sneakers, and how the Women’s March leadership responded to her reporting on their shady beginnings.

“When Teresa Shook came out and said…these women should step down, that’s when I started looking into it more and uncovering a lot of weird stuff,” McSweeney said. “They hang out with some weird people…if you want to be friends with Farrakhan go ahead, but don’t stand up here and say you denounce hate.”

McSweeney also co-hosts the IMPROPER ETIQUETTE podcast.

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