The Women’s March has been in the news over the past couple of weeks and not because they’ve held another magical protest filled with glitter-glue and pink vagina hats. Nope, this time they’ve made the media’s radar because of their co-chairs, Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, refusing to disavow Louis Farrakhan and the comments he’s made about Jews.
And the gay community.
And white people in general.
Are we still doing that thing in media where we are writing stories about prominent figures spreading conspiracy theories or nah? https://t.co/nPxOK3T6gQ
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) March 12, 2018
Prominent figure? Hrm.
So seeing this about Sarsour from 2012 isn’t exactly shocking:
Underwear bomber was the #CIA all along. Why did I already know that?! Shame on us – scaring the American people.
— Linda Sarsour (@lsarsour) May 9, 2012
Because WHY not?
Did she really claim the CIA was the underwear bomber?!
Ok, this would be REALLY funny if she wasn’t the head of a movement that for whatever reason the Left has decided should drive a portion of their messaging.
Then again, no wonder she digs on Farrakhan who just last week was telling everyone that Jews owned the FBI.
You and @LouiseMensche should get a room together somewhere … in a mental hospital … in Eastern Europe.
— Gary HokieHawk (@grsvt81) July 20, 2017
Please show your work.
— Victor Cachat (@SocrateezNutz) July 19, 2017
You need to adjust your tin foil hat.
— Facts Matter (@convoice) July 19, 2017
Even back then people were onto her.
The more I learn about Linda Sarsour, the better I feel about my decision not to march. pic.twitter.com/6iF3dBY4CS
— Angela Morabito (@AngelaLMorabito) March 12, 2018
Why is this woman still a thing?
— Bob Richards (@BobRichards57) March 12, 2018
We blame yarn and glitter, man.