Only days after a Trump hater massacred dozens of Jews, leftist company Ben & Jerry’s has decided to announce they teamed up with the Women’s March to promote a resistance themed ice cream flavor.

You know, the group led by notorious anti-Semitic Linda Sarsour and others who continue to praise and adore anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan.

Ben & Jerry’s told the Independent Journal Review they’re “comfortable” partnering with the Women’s March despite their ties to Louis Farrakhan.

I would stop buying Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, but I never liked it much to begin with. Luckily I live in Oklahoma and can indulge in Braum’s ice cream.

Anti-Semitic Women’s March Leaders are Pro-Farrakhan

On Sunday, a man who hates President Donald Trump and the Jewish people, murdered 11 Jews at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA.

So it totally makes sense to release a new ice cream flavor a few days later to show your resistance to Trump while partnering with a group that has leaders who have ties with Farrakhan.

Ben & Jerry’s wrote:

We can peacefully resist the Trump administration’s regressive and discriminatory policies and build a future that values inclusivity, equality, and justice for people of color, women, the LGBTQ community, refugees, and immigrants. Pecan Resist supports four organizations that are working on the front lines of the peaceful resistance, building a world that supports their values.

From IJR:

When asked directly about the Women’s March close ties to Farrakhan, a spokeswoman for Ben & Jerry’s told IJR they may not agree with all the groups they partner with, but they are “comfortable” with having different views, even “controversial” ones:

“We’re comfortable with the idea that the people and the causes we partner with may have a point of view different from our own on some issues. They can be controversial, just as we can. Linda may not agree with everything we’ve done. But the work that she has done to promote women’s rights, as co-chair of the Women’s March, is undeniably important and we are proud to join her in that effort.”

They included a statement from Women’s March’s Linda Sarsour: “We recommit ourselves to dismantling anti-Semitism and all forms of racism.”

If you honestly believe what the company and Sarsour say, then please tell me what you’re smoking because let’s not forget that Sarsour basically worships Rasmea Odeh, the terrorist who murdered two Jewish students.

Also, if you’re a female that doesn’t agree with Sarsour?

The Washington Free Beacon has other examples. Sarsour once tweeted that “nothing is creepier than Zionism.” She spoke at a Nation of Islam rally in 2015 and attacked Israel. She also downplayed anti-Semitism because while it is “something that impacts Jewish Americans, it’s different than anti-black racism or Islamophobia because it’s not systemic.”

But she’s TOTALLY down with eliminating anti-Semitism, y’all!

It’s not just Sarsour. Tamika Mallory doesn’t hide her love for Farrakhan. In February, she attended a Nation of Islam rally that included Farrakhan giving another speech that demeaned Jews. He praised Mallory during this speech and she applauded him. She once called the anti-Semitic preacher one of the greatest of all time.

Oh, she has claimed that she will fight against anti-Semitism. She hates it so much that she urged people to boycott Starbucks because of the company’s ties to the Anti-Defamation League.

People continue to leave the Women’s March since the leaders will not separate themselves from Farrakhan.


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