‘We acquired your back’: New Women’s March leadership defended ousted users – Washington Examiner

The new customers of the Women’s March management earlier defended the inaugural board associates of the liberal corporation amid allegations of anti-Semitism.

Linda Sarsour, Bob Bland, and Tamika Mallory stepped down from the Women’s March in July, but the group’s website was not updated till this 7 days. While new board member Zahra Billoo has a historical past of anti-Zionist tweets, many others in the new management have proven assistance for Sarsour and Mallory.

Samia Assed, a Palestinian American activist who serves on the board of the Albuquerque Heart for Peace and Justice, has posted photographs with Sarsour and retweeted a video with the with the caption, “Israel = even worse than the devil aspect two.” Assed’s Twitter account is now personal.


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Mrinalini Chakraborty, executive director of Men4Choice and who started Women’s March Illinois, tweeted at American Airlines, “you messed with the mistaken sister. [Tamika DMallory] has an army driving her” and showed her assist for Sarsour when she was arrested for disrupting the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.

Sarsour and Mallory have been accused of anti-Semitism simply because of their ties to Nation of Islam chief Louis Farrakhan, who has a lengthy history of anti-Semitic reviews.

The Women’s March did not return the Washington Examiner‘s ask for for comment in time for publication.

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