Women’s March Fires Anti-Semitic Leaders, Replaces Them With Other Anti-Semites

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The Women’s March, plagued by claims that three of its inaugural board members are anti-Semites, was “cutting ties” with them and replacing them. Problem is, the new leaders may be far worse. For instance, one of the new members of the Women’s March believes Israel does not have a right to exist. You know, little things like that..

Apparently being a rabid anti-Semite and a fan of Louis Farahkan is a prerequisite for being on the board of the Women’s March.

Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, and Linda Sarsour had left the board over various controversies. They had received scrutiny over their support of black nationalist Louis Farrakhan and refusal to denounce him despite his anti-Semitic statements.

Another replacement, Zahra Billoo, tweeted that she would not renounce jihad or sharia. No big deal, right?

Will someone explain to me how a Jewish woman could possibly vote Democrat? They are not fond of Israel, ladies. In another tweet, she said, “I’m more afraid of racist Zionists who support Apartheid Israel than of the mentally ill young people the FBI recruits to join ISIS.”

Another new board member, Charlene Carruthers, posted many tweets in support of Farrakhan herself.

The former board members had carried with them a long history of anti-Semitism and support for radical ideologies. Sarsour is of course a “Palestinian activist,” which means she rails against Jews and shills for Hamas. Mallory’s ties centered on Louis Farrakhan, where as recently as this year she refused to condemn his vile, racist rhetoric.

The Women’s March denied that the replacements had anything to do with the anti-Semitic accusations against the leaders who stepped down.

And just to be safe, they also brought on Sarsour ally Samia Assed, who’s shilled for Palestinian terrorists and doesn’t think Israel has a right to exist.

The brilliant hires just kept on coming.

Former Georgetown professor Asra Q. Nomani, who co-founded the Muslim Reform Movement and voted for Donald Trump in 2016, delineated the scope of Billoo’s fervent hatred of Israel on Twitter. She wrote: “breaking: @Women’s March removes Linda Sarsour, Tamika Mallory, ‘Bob Bland,’ from board. Think that will end it’s anti-Semitism problem? Not likely. Names Zahra Billoo from anti-Semitic, pro-BDS CAIR to new board. She is on record saying Israel does not have a right to exist.”

Nomani issued another tweet in which she showed some of Billoo’s statements regarding Israel, including:

“Talking at AMP let’s be real and call it apartheid Israel. Right? Because that is what it is. And I am clear about I am not going to legitimize a country that I don’t believe has a right to exist. And that’s where I am.”

“Blaming Hamas for firing rockets at (Apartheid Israel) is like blaming a woman for punching her rapist.”

“When was the last time #Hamas demolished homes. Hmm. Yea, #ApartheidIsrael does it all the time.”

“JUST IN CASE ZIONISTS DIDN’T HEAR ME: Israel is an apartheid, racist state, which engages in terrorism against Palestinians.”\”

“I’m more afraid of racist Zionists who support Apartheid Israel than of the mentally ill young people to join ISIS.”

Billoo’s hatred of the Trump White House and American history runs deep; in February 2018, under a picture of the White House, she tweeted, “It is also a rapists’ shelter. A war mongers’ shelter. A Zionists’ shelter. It used to be a slave owners’ shelter. So much bad happens here.”

In July 2019, she tweeted, “presidents of the United States don’t meet with dictators, unless they’re looking in the mirror or visiting Apartheid Israel, Egypt, or Saudi Arabia.”

The Reagan Battalion added more statements from Billoo: “I’m not sure it’s possible to be Zionist and be nice. You know, because you support Apartheid, racism, murder, war …” “The Israeli Defense Forces, or IDF, are no better than ISIS. They are both genocidal terrorist organizations.”

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