The departures of Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory, and Bob Bland are much better explained by the ‘infighting and financial mismanagement’ than antisemitism.
It seems that the Women’s March may have replaced bigotry with bigotry in their new board member, Zahra Billoo.
The Women’s March has denounced and fired antisemites in their leadership. Will the Squad, who praised them, denounce them too?
Ben Domenech interviews writer and women’s fashion designer Leah McSweeney on the Federalist Radio Hour.
The Democrats’ internal fight over the anti-Semitism resolution reveals a stark picture of the competing factions vying for control over the party’s agenda.
The political party that’s long attracted the support of 75 percent of American Jews has shown this week that their leaders won’t stand up for the community when it matters.
That Minnesota Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar has left her anti-Semitic comments online while feigning remorse and deleting others is telling.
After a heavy investment of money and time, the company has wrapped the Johnnie Walker brand around a movement that many regard as anti-Semitic.
At the Women’s March, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accused the Trump administration of anti-Semitism. Does she have any evidence? Will the news media ask?
If you have a problem with “Satanic Jews,” then associating with Women’s March leadership makes a sense. If not, maybe there’s another protest for you.
Mallory clammed up when pressed further on the issue, saying “I’m done talking about this. You can move on.”
It just shouldn’t be this hard for the leadership of the Women’s March and its partners to distance themselves from someone who calls Jews termites.
The left’s assault on women-only spaces erases femininity in pursuit of a perfect gender parity that doesn’t exist (and never will).
What’s happening with the Women’s March right now is similar to what the left claimed about the Tea Party. The only difference is the reports this time appear to be true.
Supporting Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan and saying hateful things to co-founder Vanessa Wruble sure doesn’t look like intersectional feminism.
The organizations consciously uncoupling from the Women’s March over anti-Semitism deserve some applause for doing the right thing. But only two cheers.
Pressed to condemn Louis Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic remarks during a Monday appearance on ‘The View,’ Women’s March co-president Tamika Mallory refused.
U.S. Communist Angela Davis was an enthusiastic supporter of the largest and most lethal prison system the world has ever known.
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