During a Women’s March rally in New York City on Saturday, conservative provocateur Laura Loomer stormed the stage and tried to grab the mic from the far-left speaker. She shouted about the extremely anti-semitic remarks made by many of the leaders of the “Women’s March” movement before being escorted off the stage by event security.
“The Women’s March does not represent Jewish people!” Loomer screamed.
“The Women’s March hates Jews! Linda Sarsour is a Jew-hater! Tamika Mallory is a Jew hater!”, she shouted as she was escorted off the stage.
If you wanted an angle of the incident that's not first-person pic.twitter.com/OhZrzI1eFi
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According to reports:
Loomer yelled the names of several activists, including Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour, and called them ‘Jew-haters,'”
“She protested her removal, arguing that Jewish women were invited. Loomer live streamed herself for an additional 30 minutes, standing on a sidewalk near the stage providing commentary to those watching.”
For some context, here is the reason Ms. Loomer is accusing the Women’s March of being Anti-Semitic.
During an interview on PBS’ “Firing Line” this week, ‘Women’s March’ co-president Tamika Mallory refused to directly affirm the state of Israel’s right to exist. She slightly admitted that they “have the right” to exist, but of course it came with a “caveat”.
“Is it your view that Israel has the right to exist as a nation?” asked host Margaret Hoover.
“I have said many times that I feel everyone has a right to exist,” Mallory responded. “I feel everyone has a right to exist. <strong>I just don’t feel that anyone has a right to exist at the disposal of another group</strong>.” (Suggesting that Israel is “disposing” of Palestinians)
“In your view, does that include Israelis in Israel?” Hoover shot back.
“I believe that all people have the right to exist and that Palestinians are also suffering with a great crisis. And that there are other Jewish scholars who will sit here and say the same,”
Then Mallory, clearly perturbed by the line of questioning, said “I’m done talking about this. You can move on.”
The co-president of the @womensmarch refuses to affirm Israel’s right to exist— saying “everyone has a right to exist…I just don’t feel that everyone has a right to exist at the disposal of another group." pic.twitter.com/6BEwkAYVKT
— Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (@FiringLineShow) January 18, 2019
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