Last week we talked of the Women’s March groups in Washington State falling apart over the internal anti-Semitism splitting them in half and this week Chicago’s chapter has taken a fall over charges of Jew hate coming from leadership.
The week before Christmas, we reported here that members of the Woman’s March in Spokane, Washington, have decided to throw in the towel and disband after the national chapter became engulfed in charges of Jew hatred and anti-Semitism.
Let’s hope this is a harbinger of a national dissolution of the extremist, left-wing group.
The problem comes from the top with the national umbrella organization descending into controversy.
According to the Spokesman-Review:
Angie Beem, a Spokane Valley resident who served as board president of Women’s March Washington, announced the dissolution of the state group on Facebook on Thursday, citing the national organization’s ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Beem, who helped organize the march in Spokane in 2017 and made an unsuccessful bid for Spokane Valley City Council that fall, said in an interview Friday the decision to disband wasn’t easy.
“It’s heartbreaking. Whenever you create something that literally changed your life, it’s really hard to walk away from it,” Beem said.
The report also says that the Washington state organization itself is also about to disband over the mess visited upon them by the national group.
We also reported that after only a few years in existence, the left-wing “Women’s March” is falling apart. Not because of outside pressure, but because of an internal clash over the anti-Semitism of the administrators of the group.
Of all news outlets, the New York Times just published a long examination of the troubles among the leftist women who originally came together to attack President Donald Trump.
Now it looks like Chicago’s chapter is the next to falter.
According to the Daily Caller, the Chicago chapter of the Women’s March has canceled its upcoming demonstration as they deal with the charges of bigotry and hate by the national leaders.
The Chicago chapter of the Women’s March has opted to cancel the rally they had scheduled for Jan. 19 amid reports of anti-Semitism in the national group’s leadership. It was originally scheduled for the same day as similar marches that will take place across the country.
“There’s no march, there’s no rally,” Sara Kurensky, Women’s March Chicago board member, said Tuesday to the Chicago Tribune. “We’re going to provide ways for people to organize and take action in their local communities.”
Women’s March Chicago organizers blamed the expensiveness of the rally and limited volunteers as the reasons behind the cancellation, adding that they would be honoring the anniversary of the first march with another type of event, but have not shared any particulars.
One more shoe falls for the Jew-haters at the Women’s March.
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