Tamika Mallory is the co-president of the National Women’s March, the feminist anti-Trump tantrum that just won’t stop. She’s a fist pumping radical of all things leftist — like hating men, playing identity politics and admonishing Israel for defending its borders.
And she’s a long-time supporter of the Nation of Islam’s Louis Farrakhan, a man who calls Jews evil and pushed conspiracy theories about Jews controlling the world.
But none of that stopped Canada's Federal NDP party from inviting Mallory to headline their recent National Convention in Ottawa that broke out into a televised civil war when many delegates felt the party’s BDS motion didn’t go far enough.
Mallory is at it again, taking to Facebook Live to deny the indigenous nature of the Jewish people inside the state of Israel and calling the creation of the Jewish homeland a crime.
Watch as I show you the crazy things she’s saying because you have to see it to believe it.
What I really want to know however, is why the mainstream media in Canada isn’t asking about Horwath’s NDP associations with Mallory.
Mallory is no better than Richard Spencer since she thinks the same bigoted things about Jewish people but she’s fashionable enough to play her identity politics from the virtue signalling far left instead of the fascist far right.
But, you’ll never see Wendy Mesley confront Jagmeet Singh, Andrea Horwath or Rachel Notley about why their party featured this anti-Semite as a celebrated guest at their national meeting, because it’s just another case of, “If it’s not a Tory, it’s not a story”.