According to The Washington Post, the Women’s Match has decided to let loose three members due to their anti-Semitism, which has brought down the movement.

Bob Bland, Tamika Mallory, and Linda Sarsour have a long history of anti-Semitism and associating themselves with anti-Semitics.

But one new board member may cause the same headaches for The Women’s March.

Carmen Lopez will remain on the board. She also runs Gathering for justice, which is “a criminal justice reform group that seeks to end child incarceration and reform the justice system at large.”

The controversy began when Mallory attended a Nation of Islam event. Notorious anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan performed his usual schtick, which blamed the Jews and whites for everything wrong in the world.

The Women’s March tried to save face, but refused to do what the majority of people asked them to do: denounce and condemn Farrakhan.

Mallory had many opportunities to condemn Farrakhan. In January, the ladies of The View asked her to do that, but she flat out refused. She also would not say if Israel has a right to exist.

Mallory demanded a boycott of Starbucks due to its ties to the Anti Defamation League.

Let’s not forget the love Sarsour has for terrorist Rasmea Odeh.

The Women’s March lost huge sponsors like NOW, the DNC, and NAACP. Rosanna Arquette threatened to leave the movement over anti-Semitism. The Washington chapter closed. The Chicago and Baton Rouge chapter canceled their marches over the behavior of these three women.

Here is the diversity makeup of the new board:

  • Three Jewish women
  • Transgender female
  • Former legislator
  • Two religious leaders
  • Member of the Oglala Tribe of Lakota nation

Like I mentioned above one woman could cause problems for the Women’s March.

Her name is Zahra Billoo. She works as “a civil rights attorney and executive director of the San Francisco Bay area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.”

The Reagan Battalion found some interesting tweets from Billoo:

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