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Women’s March organizer blasts NY Times editor as apologist for ‘white nationalist patriarchy’

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An op-ed that takes the left-wing to task — by a New York Times opinion editor of all people — has raised some eyebrows and ire this week.

When progressives embrace hate” by Bari Weiss rips the leaders of the Women’s March — Tamika Mallory, Bob Bland, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour — whom she calls “arguably the most prominent feminists in the country” yet who “have some chilling ideas and associations.” Things like pleasantries toward convicted killer Assata Shakur, as well as fondness for Shariah law, Fidel Castro, Black Panthers, and Louis Farrakhan.

“Far from erecting the big tent so many had hoped for, the movement they lead has embraced decidedly illiberal causes and cultivated a radical tenor that seems determined to alienate all but the most woke,” Weiss wrote in her lengthy piece.

Well, one of the Women’s March leaders mentioned by Weiss hit back in a letter to the editor Thursday, saying Weiss “is endorsing a sensational alt-right attack that aims to discredit the Women’s March movement and its leaders and to derail the progress we have made since January.”

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