U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “The organizers of the annual Women's March have decided not to hold a rally in Eureka on Jan. 19, as previously planned, because they say participants do not represent the diversity of the area,” KRCR News Channel 7 reported Friday.
“Up to this point, the participants have been overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community,” the group declared in a press release.
Per the U.S. Census Bureau, Humboldt County demographics data show the population to be 83.5 % white, so what organizers can do to “to broaden representation to create an event that represents Humboldt County” remains unstated. Perhaps they can bus in outsiders until such time as the wave of illegal immigrants the March is aiding and abetting creates a new majority that looks more like the rest of the California “sanctuary state.”
This was the second time in less than a week that bigotry has been tied to Women’s March “leadership.” On December 23, The New York Times reported Jewish organizer Vanessa Wruble, had left the group to form a parallel effort due to perceived anti-Semitism.
That perception of the group being anti-white and anti-Semitic is understandable. Look at its four “co-chairs”:
- Linda Sarsour spoke at a rally hosted by Louis Farrakhan she then disingenuously tried to distance herself from, and while addressing the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) convention warned American Muslims against “humanizing” Israelis.
- Bob Bland preaches “white women benefit from white supremacy just by virtue of being white.”
- Tamika Mallory praises Farrakhan, and, per Influence Watch, “is critical of the involvement of white women with Women’s March, Inc., supports convicted murderer Assata Shakur, and declared “RIP Comandante! Your legacy lives on!” on the death of communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. She involved herself as a prominent voice in the citizen disarmament movement after the criminal father of his son was killed by other criminals he’d crossed.
- Besides also supporting Shakur, per The New York Times, co-chair Carmen Perez “expressed her admiration for a Black Panther convicted of trying to kill six police officers.”
In addition to supporting cultural/electoral terraforming (one of their backers is George Soros, after all), it comes a no surprise that one of the many other actions on the Women’s March agenda is clemency for Cyntoia Brown, convicted of premeditated murder for shooting a sleeping man in the back of the head before stealing his money, guns and truck. So naturally, the “commonsense gun safety law advocates” at Moms Demand Action are all about joining forces with their sisters in disarmament.
And Shannon Watts’ reaction to Women’s March controversies..?
I don't agree with Linda Sarsour on everything, but twisting the words of activists is a favorite tactic of those who want to silence us.
Then again, Watts’ solidarity with race and sex-based disparagement has been proven by her own words time and again:
Women: Coming to make your life miserable in 2019 and loving every minute of it.
No doubt. But probably not as miserable as useful idiot white women following her will find themselves if what they are enabling succeeds and their usefulness has ended…
About David Codrea:
David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating / defending the RKBA and a long-time gun owner rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament.
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