Controversial ‘Women’s March’ Trying To Get Trump Banned From Social Media

With Democrats lining up to defend controversial Rep. Ilhan Omar following her latest inflammatory remarks, a petition to have President Trump banned from social media has been introduced by the activist Women’s March.
The group’s controversial leadership has taken issue with Trump’s tweeting of a video clip that features Omar’s disgusting comments before the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) which have been widely interpreted as being disrespectful if not dismissive to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks along with actual footage of that terrible day.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12, 2019
Never ones to be accused of loyalty to America, Women’s March leaders Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory and their group are pushing a petition to encourage far-left Silicon Valley tech giants to censor the President Of The United States, an idea that would be more compatible in a third world hellhole like Omar’s homeland Somalia than the USA.
Women’s March Petitions to ‘Permanently Suspend Trump’ from Twitter
An organization that includes an offensive tweeter has no business petitioning to ban someone else from Twitter.
The Women’s March has launched a petition asking Twitter to ban President Donald Trump on March 13. The group reacted to the president’s tweet with a video of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), that compiled her comments on 9/11 with footage of Ground Zero. The petition, emailed out a day after the tweet, read, “Suspend him from Twitter and Facebook for inciting violence and engaging in hate speech.”
The irony here is that one of the March’s founders, Linda Sarsour, has been guilty of tweeting out hateful, abusive language targeted at her opposition. Both Sarsour and her co-founder, Tamika Mallory, have come under fire for associating with Nation of Islam’s bigoted Rev. Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan has tweeted videos of himself referring to Jewish people as “termites,” and given speeches in 2018 about “the Satanic Jew.”
. @realDonaldTrump is sharing propaganda videos trafficking in hate speech and inciting real violence against @IlhanMN .
We’re calling on @jack to suspend him from @Twitter . Seriously.
Add your name here:
— Women’s March (@womensmarch) April 13, 2019
The petition – which has been posted on ActionNetwork – reads :
To: Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey From: [Your Name] Don’t give hate a platform. President Trump has demonstrated time and again that he will not hesitate to spread hate and incite violence from as many platforms he can.
Don’t give him yours. Suspend him from Twitter and Facebook for inciting violence and engaging in hate speech. Remove his propaganda video targeting Congresswoman Omar.
The president will not stop. He will continue to issue hateful messages from the White House. But you can stop him from issuing those messages on your platforms.
Do the right thing. Suspend Trump from Twitter and Facebook.
The Women’s March played a key role in the invasion of Washington D.C. by angry feminists in knit pink “pussy” hats and bearing vulgar signs of the female anatomy during the weekend of Trump’s inauguration and was celebrated by a media that as an arm of the so-called resistance.
CNN alone devoted hours to the uprising against the patriarchy and Trump and foul-mouthed celebrity luminaries the likes of Madonna and Ashley Judd riled up the crowd with their demagogic speeches.
But there was always more than met the eye to the Women’s March and leadership that included both notorious anti-Semite Sarsour and the Farrakhan groupie Mallory.
While the media was willingly blind to the hatred that fueled the protests, it could no longer be ignored after respected Jewish publication The Tablet published a devastating expose  about the open practice of discrimination by leadership.
Once the cat was out of the bag, liberal organizations and even the DNC itself distanced themselves from the now toxic group which still carries clout within Democrat circles.
Given their hateful ideology, it is no surprise at all that they are defending Rep. Omar.

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