Democrats actually do right with the Women’s March




Here’s a child cheer for the Democratic National Committee, which simply minimize its ties to the Women’s March.

We would’ve gladly given the DNC three hearty hurrahs, but it surely supplied no rationalization for the transfer. That is, it declined to name out the anti-Semitism of the group’s leaders, regardless of proof that it’s longstanding.

The DNC choice comes days earlier than the Jan. 19 march, and simply 24 hours after March co-presidents Tamika Mallory and Bob Bland appeared on “The View” — the place they refused to sentence the egregious anti-Semitism of Louis Farrakhan, regardless of being hit arduous on the challenge by co-host Meghan McCain.

The downside, in fact, is that March leaders admire Farrakhan: Mallory has gone as far as to name him “the GOAT,” the biggest of all time.

She insists she was simply describing what he’s finished in black communities, as if his lengthy, hateful file of anti-Jewish (and anti-gay) rhetoric doesn’t matter.

DNC officers received’t touch upon their exit from the checklist of 2019 Women’s March sponsors, apart from insisting the get together nonetheless “stands in solidarity with all those fighting for women’s rights.”

Too dangerous they’re not prepared to take a transparent stand in opposition to anti-Semitism.




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