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Women’s March losing more big partners

Women’s March losing more big partners

SPLC and Emily’s List quietly withdraw after Women’s March leaders’ ties to Louis Farrakhan and Nation of Islam exposed.

The Daily Beast has reported that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has decided not to partner with the Women’s March this year.

SPLC considers Nation of Islam, which is led by Louis Farrakhan, a hate group. Women’s March leaders Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour are some of Farrakhan’s biggest supporters.

Nation of Islam is a hate group. Farrakhan has no problem vomiting his anti-Semitism everywhere he goes.

Unlike NOW and local chapters of the Women’s March, SPLC has not made a big announcement. They have taken this action quietly:

Jen Fuson, a spokeswoman for the SPLC, said “other projects were a priority,” but added they would continue to be involved in marches at the local level in areas where they have offices.

The third annual march, to be held on January 19, comes amid criticism of the March leadership’s past affiliation with and failure to fully denounce Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, as well as other allegations of anti-semitism from its former organizers. The SPLC has designated the Nation of Islam as a hate group. Asked whether the Farrakhan connection played a part in the decision not to partner with them, Fuson reiterated that the group had other priorities.

The same Daily Beast article noted that EMILY’s List, the group that wants to elect pro-abortion Democratic women, is no longer part of the list of Women’s March partners.

I guess better late than never? I mean, the leaders have never kept it a secret they worship Farrakhan or hidden their anti-Semitic views. Look at what the SPLC said a few years ago about the Women’s March:

“As an official partner of the march, the Southern Poverty Law Center stands in solidarity with its organizers’ vision — that ‘women’s rights are human rights’ — and with the march’s mission to bring together communities ‘insulted, demonized and threatened by the rhetoric of the past election cycle,’ the SPLC said in January of 2017, calling itself “dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Through our core issues, we work to protect the rights of the working poor, LGBT, and undocumented immigrant women whom the Women’s March on Washington seeks to unite.”

NOW stopped giving money to the Women’s March. Chicago and New Orleans cancelled their marches. The Washington state chapter closed. Alyssa Milano, Debra Messing, and Rosanna Arquette won’t support them anymore.

Of course infanticide Planned Parenthood is more than happy to stick with the racists.


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UnCivilServant | January 12, 2019 at 6:16 pm

SPLC considers Nation of Islam, which is led by Louis Farrakhan, a hate group

I’m actually surprised. But, blind chicken, corn, that sort of thing.

“Of course infanticide Planned Parenthood is more than happy to stick with the racists.”

Of course they stay. Sanger and PP invented the Negro Project,

SPLC finds a nut.

Starting to look like one can persuasively say in mixed company that Sarsour and Mallory are proven bigots. Yet they are more powerful than any extreme right antisemites.

Let’s just call it what is: The March of the Jew-Hating Bigoted Pigs, and be done with it.

Anyone associated with them are hereby branded with the Scarlet Letter of bigotry.

JusticeDelivered | January 12, 2019 at 8:28 pm

I wonder how many Jews are opening their eyes and revoking their often blind support for black causes? Increasingly, blacks are associating themselves with those who hate Jews.

There was a time when Jews support was appropriate. In my opinion that is no longer the case. In particular, blacks all out assault on civil and property rights of others, people like George Zimmerman, officer Wilson and a long stream of similar cases, makes them unworthy of continued support.

I believe that affirmative action should be ended and that everyone should be judged solely on their capabilities and performance.

The “black antisemitism” from the likes of Tamika Mallory and Carmen Perez is a sort of career strategy. It’s a power move in the struggle among American progressives for who gets the most dominance, celebrity and wealth, to settle who owes what to whom. It’s like a big stick to psychologically and ideologically stupefy and overwhelm the white and Jewish liberals of the Women’s March. Message: it is past time for Jews to join whites in the big tent of collective racial guilt and shame. You owe us too!” I blog about it in “Fox Force Five and the Great ‘Women’s March’ Heist: Antisemitism as Career Strategy,” here:

Odd that SPLC feels it has to dance a line which doesn’t really exist. It seems to have Farrakhan pegged more-or-less correctly, but doesn’t recognize that Sarsour hates Jews as virulently as Farrakhan does. And it seems OK with the explicit misandrists and the black racists. So where is the line? Jew-haters, man-haters, and those with no use for whitey are OK, but friends of Farrakhan are out? This doesn’t seem terribly coherent.

The Farrakhan thing must be hurting SPLC’s perpetual fund-drives; that’s all that would really make the SPLC sit up and take notice. So who’s shoveling money at the SPLC? People who hate Farrakhan, evidently. And who might that be?