New Orleans Women’s March Cancelled Over Leaders’ Controversial Antisemitic Views

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 25: (L-R) Women's March National Co-Chairs Carmen Perez, Bob Bland, Tamika D. Mallory, and Linda Sarsour attend the 2017 Time 100 Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 25, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for TIME)

It’s no secret to anyone that’s been paying attention that the Women’s March was founded by a bunch of antisemites with a clear political motive.

Ever since the first Women’s March on January 19th, 2017, conservatives have been sounding the alarm that women like founders Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory were very cozy with open antisemite Louis Farrakhan.

In fact, before the first Women’s March even took place, its leadership faced criticism for refusing to let pro-life groups join, and anyone with half a brain could tell that the march wasn’t really about women, it was about the blatant left-wing “feminist” agenda.

Hey, you’ve probably seen this video:

But now it appears that the ladies of the Women’s March have failed the intersectional agenda one too many times by sticking to their antisemitic roots.

The Jerusalem Post reports:

Top leaders of the main organization have been accused of engaging in or condoning anti-Semitism, of not cutting ties with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and of failing to heed the concerns of its thousands of Jewish backers.

“The controversy is dampening efforts of sister marches to fundraiser, enlist involvement, find sponsors and attendee numbers have drastically declined this year. New Orleans is no exception,” the chapter said.

New Orleans has held a Women’s March for the past two years. Marches are scheduled for across the country on Jan. 19.

Apparently, Women’s March events across the nation are starting to completely fail at keeping their ideological house of cards aloft:

On Friday, the march in Eureka, in Northern California’s Humboldt County, was canceled over concerns that participants would be “overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community,” the group said in a statement. Humboldt County is about 74 percent non-Hispanic white, The Washington Post reported, citing Census Bureau data.

Organizers in Chicago had previously canceled the city’s march, citing the high cost and overextended volunteers.

Actress Rosanna Arquette, who spoke at the 2017 Women’s March in Los Angeles, tweeted her concern about the allegations of anti-Semitism against national leaders. In response, a Women’s March tweet assured supporters that it would take place in Washington, D.C., even during a government shutdown.

Sadly, after not even two years, it looks like the agenda-pushing, anti-woman, racist, and painfully astroturfed Women’s March is meeting its end.

Isn’t that nice to see?