Over the past week, Women’s March organizers Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour have come under fire for refusing to condemn Louis Farrakhan and his blatant anti-Semitism. In what started out as a back-and-forth about Paul Ryan (yeah, Twitter is weird), the spotlight has really been shining on Mallory, and not in a good way because she appears to continue her support of Farrakhan.

Which has even troubled members of the media, like Jake Tapper, who has consistently challenged the group to withdraw their support from the anti-Semite. Was Tapper perhaps showing the Women’s March how it should be done when he highlighted this person calling Farrakhan out?


Good word.

And an even better tweet.

Damn. So well said.

Farrakhan has said horrible things about the LGBTQ community and women as well, how anyone can support what he says is beyond us. Especially a group like the Women’s March, which has spent months telling us how they want to support and empower women and gays.

There truly is so much that is offensive in that video, and major props to Cornell for condemning it.

Respect even.




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