Women’s March Leader Claims She’s Not Anti-Semitic by Tweeting Anti-Semite Rapper

Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive!

Tamika Mallory (second from left in photo above) is one of the lead organizers behind the leftist Women’s March, working alongside rabid anti-Semite Linda Sarsour. Mallory was recently taken to task by CNN’s Jake Tapper for attending a sermon given by another well-known anti-Semite, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Because she tweeted so enthusiastically about hearing Farrakhan’s message, many rightly assumed she must agree with the terrible things he says about Jews. However, she wants to allay any fears that she, too, is an anti-Semite. Her proof? Tweeting an anti-Semite rapper who defended her against the accusations.

Rapper Mysonne (pictured far right) came to his friend’s defense after she was raked over the coals for her Farrakhan fandom:

 

She threw him some love back:

But here’s the thing, Mysonne continued the conversation with her tagged on Twitter and accused Jews of inflicting “hundreds of years” of pain on blacks:

Then, when Mysonne was called out for his anti-Semitic views, he came back with the same excuse white people are criticized for using when they’re called racist:

Ah, the old “I can’t be racist, I have black friends” excuse. 

In conclusion, Mallory and Mysonne, and their friend Sarsour, share a commonality: they’re anti-Semites. Any questions?

H/T Washington Free Beacon

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