Mallory, a self-described “freedom lover” with 55,000 Twitter followers and 80,000 Instagram fans, has posted a picture of herself and Farrakhan with the caption, “Thank God this man is still alive and doing well. He is definitely the GOAT.” (That’s an acronym for “Greatest of All Time.”) Her fellow Women’s March co-founders, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour — women’s magazine and media darlings — have attended Farrakhan events, too, sharing pictures and praise for him and defending Mallory.

These supposed feminists alienated Jewish female marchers last year by refusing to let them protest against sexism under a banner of Jewish stars, declaring that Zionism had no place in the women’s movement. Their justification for this prejudice was that trashing Israeli policies isn’t the same as trashing Jews.

But if you don’t think such blanket anti-Israel bias easily slips into anti-Semitism, watch Farrakhan on YouTube or Google their beloved Palestinian-led boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.

Erick Erickson

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