Teachers’ union president poses with the ‘warriors for justice’ leading the Women’s March

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So, when Women’s March leader Tamika Mallory isn’t posing with her arm around Louis Farrakhan, she’s posing with her arm around Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, the second-largest teachers’ union in the country.

While we don’t agree on everything, @Lsarsour and ⁦@TamikaDMallory⁩ are warriors for justice and I am honored to know them and work with them & call them friends.. glad to have this meeting today w/ them & ⁦@Skleinbaum⁩ debunking myths pic.twitter.com/NvvzRMaxG2

— Randi Weingarten (@rweingarten) December 10, 2018

They don’t agree on everything, mind you, but they’re still friends and warriors for justice.

Yay, vile anti-Semites are awesome!

— JWF (@JammieWF) December 12, 2018

You’re all garbage in your own special way.

— Clausometer (@MetricButtload) December 12, 2018

So, anti-Antisemitism is acceptable to the AFT. Noted.

Do you have a meeting later with David Duke, Randi?https://t.co/eFpTkBTGPS

— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) December 12, 2018

They are #antisemites. Are you saying your union hates Jews?

— Jeff Dunetz (@yidwithlid) December 12, 2018

Yeah, don't let something as trivial as anti-Semitism get in your way of working with them.

— Pasha Khan (@PashaKhan12345) December 12, 2018

Just wondering when you will be working with David Duke next that should make for a nice picture as well.

— Nick Gameos (@NGameos) December 12, 2018

These are the people indoctrinating your kids, trying to regulate private schools, and ban home schooling.

Starting to rethink freedom of assembly…

— RIP Star Wars (@RIP_SW) December 12, 2018

Is anti semitism one of the things you don’t agree on? Just a small disagreement of course so no big deal promoting them despite their grotesque views

— Vostrain (@vostrain) December 12, 2018

Dialogue is always a good thing, but "honored of calling them friends"??? Justice is for all not just the ones that suit you. I guess posing with the kkk will also be an honor for you. Your motto must be "nevermind the hate speeches as long as it suits my agenda"

— Kmonsense (@Zaidpj) December 12, 2018

How’s Farrakhan? Zero cred.

— Nicholas Virzi (@nicholasvirzi) December 12, 2018

BEYOND disappointed to see Weingarten sticking with toxic leaders. https://t.co/6xViDc6Q69

— Rachel S (@RachelS33) December 12, 2018

Thankfully there are right to work laws so teachers don't have to embrace anti-Semitism as a condition of employment

— Gary Collard (@LakerGMC) December 12, 2018

Birds of a feather… pic.twitter.com/ZC3oDr4gIw

— BL_Abba (@BL_Abba) December 13, 2018

Warriors for justice. Sure.

— Veegersbeeper (@Veegerbeeper) December 12, 2018

Take a picture with that piece of shit Farrakhan while you’re at it. It’s ok, they’re going to fall soon and you’ll have evidence of standing with them.

— Holden Kushner (@Holdenradio) December 13, 2018

A new low for Randi. Well done. Never thought you could do it.

— spongeworthy (@spongeworthy2) December 13, 2018

Was one of those myths the Holocaust?

— You Should Have Voted Gary (@colorblindk1d) December 12, 2018

They're both avid hypocrites who are clearly anti-Semitic. At this point, there is no longer any doubt. Ignore

— Jeremy R (@JoeManco1803) December 12, 2018

Look at that ratio.

— Giovanni Lido (@Giovanni_Lido) December 12, 2018

"we don't agree on everything"; you, I presume are anti-anti-semitism; they, as they've made clear, "don't agree" with you on that minor point. but otherwise, sure, they're great warriors for justice. what a disgrace.

— Yoni Fife (@yonifife) December 12, 2018

I’m sure Jewish teachers are super excited.

— Rosco Roberts (@RoscoRoberts1) December 13, 2018

Just hangin' with the bigots. Good on ya. 👍

— Hockey Shawn🏒🥅🚨 (@hkyshawn) December 12, 2018

They both want the destruction of Israel but ok. Glad you don’t agree on everything…🤦‍♂️

— brent mohrman (@motrbotr) December 12, 2018

Running to find any Jews they can find for photo ops. Weingarten is a fake union head who never gave 2 squats for children.

— Stupid Burns 🔥 (@stupidburns) December 12, 2018

Charter schools don't hobnob with hardened anti-Semites so looks like they've got my support

— Just Some Doc (@forbiddencomma) December 12, 2018

Yeah. Don’t let a little bigotry stop you from having a good time.

— Jeff Graves (@heavygyouknow) December 13, 2018

What you don’t agree on is whether the holocaust happened, yes?

— Elton Johnson (@FreedomToAndFro) December 12, 2018

Just tiny little disagreements with Israel's right to exist, and Jewish presence in the U.S. being problematic – no big deal, right @rweingarten?

— Dena E (@iamdenajo) December 12, 2018

2nd largest teacher's union in the country, seen here endorsing violent antisemitism & Holocaust denial.Our future is in excellent hands.

— Ben Crystal (@Bennettruth) December 12, 2018

You want to tell us which “myths” you debunked? I have a feeling the existence of an international Jewish conspiracy wasn’t one of them.

— themaltesesanta (@HarveyBarker5) December 12, 2018

Intersectionality doctrine demands strange bedfellows. How else will the left get their alternative history taught? only thing these “warriors” are warring is the truth. Being a teacher used to be about the children. Now it’s about the teacher’s unions. Sad and pathetic.

— OfNoConsequence (@WouldNotBeRuled) December 12, 2018

Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour's connections to and praise of Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam aren't myths.

You'd do a lot more good calling them out on their link to hate groups instead of trying to provide them cover.

— KSLawWolf (@KSLawWolf) December 12, 2018

So, were you just behind the news cycle on them being racists, or do you not care?

— Charles DeGlopper (@bronzebarbarian) December 12, 2018

Does it bother you that Linda Sarsour probably spent the next 20 minutes in the restroom washing her hands bloody trying to rid herself of the impurity of touching a Jewish woman? I mean, not agreeing on everything aside, of course.

— Kyle Beckley (@Kyle_Beckley) December 12, 2018

You people are the reason why we homeschooled

— John Cereghin (@Pilgrimway) December 12, 2018

There are so many reasons.


BAM! Katie Pavlich truth hammers media & libs about who was calling out Women’s March leaders ALL ALONG https://t.co/TShQ6mgJWV

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 19, 2018

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