It seems that the work done by CNN’s Jake Tapper is starting to take root in other media outlets. As Twitchy reported, Tapper was the one to note that Women’s March co-chair Tamika Mallory was in attendance at Louis Farrakhan’s Saviours’ Day Event in Chicago, where Farrakhan had plenty to say about the Jews.
Now Yahoo News has picked up on the story, including some of Farrakhan’s most quotable lines, like “Farrakhan has pulled the cover off the eyes of the Satanic Jew and I’m here to say your time is up, your world is through.”
— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) March 7, 2018
Fortunately, there’s Vox to explain what all this means.
Why Women’s March leaders are being accused of anti-Semitism https://t.co/WYo8HgoHjg
— Vox (@voxdotcom) March 7, 2018
Because they're anti-Semitic. Hope that clears things up. https://t.co/71pTqCZ8oQ
— Botty McBotface (@JammieWF) March 7, 2018
Because one of them attended a speech where a guy called Jews “satanic” and she and her fellow boardmembers refused to apologize or condemn the speaker? Yeah, people tend to draw some conclusions from that… https://t.co/w6cYSY7gdy
— James Hasson (@JamesHasson20) March 7, 2018
Because they showcased anti-Semites? https://t.co/2djJmcuoLv
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) March 7, 2018
Because they are actually anti-Semitic?
Just a thought. https://t.co/j4jH7PpOtb
— Pradheep J. Shanker, M.D., M.S. (@Neoavatara) March 7, 2018
Maybe because they support a rabid Jew-hater and launch into the same conspiracy rhetoric as the alt-right every time the topic of Israel comes up?
Maybe that has something to do with it? https://t.co/t5DlTl1QPd
— Whine Tasting🍷 (@Sassculine) March 7, 2018
Because they held hands with and cheered a virulent anti-Semite. https://t.co/0RGJrfYpsN
— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) March 7, 2018
— Jake Fradkin (@jsftennis) March 7, 2018
Because they surround themselves with anti-Semites? https://t.co/anqjasT55m
— Problematic dissident. (@CollinsKaranja3) March 7, 2018
Hint: It's because they are anti-Semites https://t.co/n6pZNgEQBU
— 🇺🇸 yvonne burton (@_YvonneBurton) March 7, 2018
Maybe because they're ok with attending Nation of Islam events? https://t.co/Yxq52BhVL2
— 🇵🇷Puertorican Prince (@Newyorican1999) March 7, 2018
Because they are? Publicly defending Farrakhan & his statements does that. https://t.co/P6QmgkvbEZ
— chewy106 (@chewy106) March 7, 2018
Because Louis Farrakhan is a horrible person and yet somehow it's still not all that controversial for left-leaning political actors to run in his circle? https://t.co/GYPpUSOqyG
— Jack D. Collens (@jdcollens) March 7, 2018
“Louis Farrakhan is no stranger to controversial statements” is quite the understatement, Vox https://t.co/JkE5eRCgCL
— Tony Biasotti (@TonyBiasotti) March 7, 2018
The Women’s March was such a joke from the get go. https://t.co/QAovFZHq1r
— Mayka (@maymemimo) March 7, 2018
Vox doesn’t mention it, but the Women’s March organizers palling around with Palestinian activist and convicted terrorist Rasmea Odeh doesn’t really help their case either.
Let's enjoy watching a Women's March founder do everything BUT denounce Louis Farrakhan https://t.co/RZ76nQNVpZ
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 4, 2018