America’s Most Vile Bigot

She not only may be the most vicious public Jew-hater in America — certainly a most worthy contender for the highly coveted Farrakhan Top Ten Termites — but she is one heck of a vicious womanhater. How appropriate that she co-head the “[Some] Women’s March [of the Haters, by the Haters, and for the Haters].”

I have known people who, when angry, have made blowhard comments like “If he had said one more word, I was gonna punch him in the nose.” But to say that you disagree with a woman so much that you wish you could remove her vaginaWho in civilized society talks that way? What kind of pervert even thinks that way? Not even sex perverts think that way. (Or, I dunno, do they?) How does that filth and sickness even permeate? And yet Linda Sarsour tweeted in 2011:

“Brigitte Gabriel = Ayaan Hirsi Ali. She’s asking 4 an a$$ whippin’. I wish I could take their vaginas away- they don’t deserve to be women.”

This Linda Sarsour is quite some vile hater. She hates White women. She hates Arab women who oppose Islamism. She hates Muslim women who oppose Islamism. She hates women on the left who, though predictably critical of Israel as all Leftists are, do not support selectively boycotting Israel alone among all countries on earth. Don’t even get started with how she feels about men.

But this vile hater, Sarsour, does not hate everyone. She loves Saudi Arabia. She loves sharia law. Sure, the women may not drive, but the credit cards are interest-free. The Khashoggis will be glad to know. It’s just that America’s most vile hater has a problem with people like the two brave women, one Arab and the other a former Muslim — Brigitte Gabriel and Ayaan Hirsi Ali — because those two have made public lives and careers battling against hateful Islamism and have fought for democracy, freedom, and American values. Ms. Gabriel, a Lebanese Christian, experienced first-hand the difference between the Islam that destroyed her family’s Christian way of life in Lebanon and the neighboring Israel that saved her mother’s life:

I was amazed that the Israelis were providing medical treatment to Palestinian and Muslim gunmen…These Palestinians and Muslims were sworn, mortal enemies, dedicated to the destruction of Israel and the slaughter of Jews. Yet, Israeli doctors and nurses worked feverishly to save their lives. Each patient was treated solely according to the nature of his or her injury. The doctor treated my mother before he treated an Israeli soldier lying next to her because her injury was more severe than his. The Israelis did not see religion, political affiliation, or nationality. They saw only people in need, and they helped.

Likewise, Ms. Ali, a fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford, a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, has spoken and written passionately against Arab Islamic forced marriage, honor killings, and female genital mutilation.

So Linda Sarsour, co-leader of the “[Some] Women’s March [of the Haters, by the Haters, and for the Haters],” wishes she could take their vaginas away. Again, I ask: Even among highly politicized people with intense political beliefs, what person even thinksin such terms — except for sex perverts and Linda Sarsour? Take their vaginas away? Wow, that must be some Women’s March! No wonder they march so slowly. Can’t hardly wait till Ashley Judd updates her poem about nasty women!

To understand Sarsour, she wrongly portrayed the murder of Shaima Alawadi as resulting from hatred of Muslims when in fact Alawadi’s Muslim husband honor-killed his wife in that religious tradition. Even crazier, she got herself major media attention when a mentally deranged homeless man, known by locals to scream and yell epithets at everyone passing him by, yelled at her; she tweeted that she had been victimized by an Islamophobic hate crime. And remember the underwear bomber? She depicted him as a CIA agent. Feminist Aki Muthali has called her an anti-Black racist. The anti-Zionist Ikhras website also accused her of harboring “an ugly racism towards African-Americans.” Even Courtney Love has tweeted that Sarsour is “a vile disgrace to women and all mankind” as well as an “anti-Semite, anti-American fraud.”

And what a Jew-hater Sarsour is! As “Women’s March” co-boss, she rejects anyone who supports Israel: “Is there room for people who support the state of Israel and do not criticize it in the movement? There can’t be in feminism.” She writes that “Nothing is creepier than Zionism.” She champions the cause of Rasmea Odeh, a convicted murderer of two Hebrew University students. Her hatred extends even to Jewish leftists who refuse to abide outright anti-Israel activity like selective boycotts against Israel. In Sarsour’s words, “criticism of such boycotts [“BDS”] is not only coming from the right-wing but folks who masquerade as progressives but always choose their allegiance to Israel over their commitment to democracy and free speech.” The selective use of the oldest of Jew-hating tropes even won her one-time plaudits from Nazi David Duke. She even frets that some depict Israelis as “human” beings.

Sound like a Jew-hater? Well, how does Sarsour view Farrakhan? Y’know, the guy who calls Jews “termites” and Hitler a “great man.” Yeah, thatFarrakhan. Sarsour’s opinion: “When we write the history of Islam in America, the Nation of #Islam is an integral part of that history.” And she repeatedly has defended Tamika Mallory, co-head of the “[Some] Women’s March [of the Haters, by the Haters, and for the Haters],” for Mallory’s own repeated infatuations with Farrakhan, whom Mallory terms the “Greatest Of All Time.” By contrast, Sarsour has tweeted that CNN’s Jake Tapper, a Jew, is a “member of the alt-right.”

No wonder that so many on the Left have started backing away from the so-called “Women’s March” altogether. Actresses Debra Messing and Alyssa Milano have said they will not participate in the Women’s March because of Sarsour’s bigotry and other Women’s March leaders’ ties to Farrakhan. The Friedrich Ebert Foundation, an NGO affiliated with the German Social Democratic party, withdrew its Human Rights Award originally meant to be conferred on “the Women’s March,” saying that “the Women’s March USA does not constitute an inclusive alliance.” The NGO added that Sarsour “spreads anti-Semitic conspiracy theories that resemble the classic anti-Semitic trope of blood libel.”

How striking that so many, even women on the left, have withdrawn from this narcissistic Jew-hater, woman-hater, man-hater, Caucasian-hater, Black hater who, like the Evil Queen in “Snow White,” is struck by her own sense in the mirror that none is as striking as she. She proclaims her “striking good looks,” declares “I am beautiful.” She attacks Sen. Susan Collins as a “White woman.” For Linda Sarsour it is all racial. She rejects the support of White people in the “Women’s March,” tweeting that Women of Color do not want or need their support: “How many times do we need to tell White women that we do not need to be saved by them?” Like Rachel Dolezal, the erstwhile Spokane NAACP leader who turned out to be disguising her racial Caucasian reality, no one has told Sarsour that, uh, she is White. They do not have to; it is obvious. Likewise, none need tell her that she is America’s most vile bigot. It is obvious.

Dov Fischer
Dov Fischer
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Rabbi Dov Fischer, Esq., a high-stakes litigation attorney of more than twenty-five years and an adjunct professor of law of more than fifteen years, is rabbi of Young Israel of Orange County, California. His legal career has included serving as Chief Articles Editor of UCLA Law Review, clerking for the Hon. Danny J. Boggs in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and then litigating at three of America’s most prominent law firms: JonesDay, Akin Gump, and Baker & Hostetler. Through the years, he has practiced both in the United States federal courts and in the state courts on a broad range of case matters, gaining expertise in virtually every subject area of complex civil litigation including labor and employment law, securities litigation, federal government contracts litigation, bankruptcy law, ERISA law, Hague Service Convention and Hague Evidence Convention practice, professional malpractice law, entertainment litigation, federal and state fair-credit-reporting requirements, the filed-rate doctrine as it affects carriers on land and rails, insurance bad faith, cybersquatting, commercial lessors’ rights, international contracts, fair-housing litigation, the law of computer role-playing games, federal and state antitrust matters, director and officer liability, defamation and false-light litigation, unfair-business-practices law, and the fuller gamut of advanced torts and classic breach-of-contract case matters. He also has practiced appellate law successfully, authoring the winning brief in Bierbower v. FHP, Inc., 70 Cal. App. 4th 1, 82 Cal. Rptr. 2d 393 (1999). His UCLA Law Review analysis of director-and-officer liability issues in depository institutions has been cited in a broad range of federal district court and appellate circuit opinions. Among his major complex litigation representations, Rabbi Fischer represented Philip Morris during the California tobacco litigation, overseeing their massive document production effort; and the accounting firm of KPMG Peat Marwick during the Orange County bankruptcy litigation. In addition to representing such other major corporate clients as Samsung, Hughes Aircraft, Experian, KPMG Peat Marwick, Albertson’s Stores, Embassy Suites, Spencer Gifts, Cardinal Health, BOC Gases, IHI Danmark, Wet Seal, Bioware (“Baldur’s Gate”), and Occidental Petroleum, Rabbi Fischer also has devoted substantial pro bono efforts unique to his background, working to prevent unwarranted autopsies, inducing recalcitrant spouses to grant Gett-based Jewish divorces, representing communal rabbinic leaders sued for advocating unpopular but courageous positions, and participating in representing the successful plaintiffs’ class in the nationwide class-action lawsuit brought against European insurance companies by surviving families of Holocaust victims. He also disappointed his then-young son when he successfully represented a client named Stan Lee in a cybersquatting defense against an eponymous plaintiff whose colorful literary output his son admired. In his rabbinical career, Rabbi Fischer has served three terms on the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Council of America, is Senior Rabbinic Fellow at the Coalition for Jewish Values, has been Vice President of Zionist Organization of America, and has served on boards of Jewish Federations in New Jersey and in Los Angeles, on boards of the American Jewish Committee, B’nai Brith Hillel, and several others. Earlier in his career, he was national director of American Friends of Likud / Herut Zionists of America, and he participated with 35 other once-young families in founding, building, and living a year in a then-new American community in Ginot Shomron, Israel (referred to by Israel’s opponents as a “West Bank settlement”). His writings on contemporary political issues have been appearing nationally for forty years, dating back to his undergraduate years at Columbia University, where he amazingly was elected to represent the college student body in the University Senate. Those writings have appeared over the years in publications including but not limited to the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Jerusalem Post, National Review, American Greatness, American Thinker, The Weekly Standard, Frontpage Magazine, American Thinker, Jewish World Review, Israel National News / Arutz Sheva, and in other Jewish newsmedia in American and in Israel. He also is the author of two books, including General Sharon’s War Against Time Magazine, which covered the Israeli General’s 1980s landmark libel suit. Among his proudest honors, Brooklyn-born Rabbi Fischer has been named an “Honorary Kentucky Colonel” by four different Governors of that Commonwealth recognizing his service to and passionate love of that state, has been honored by law students for faculty recognition, has received national awards and recognition for his academic and scholarly writings, and is a winner of an American Jurisprudence Award in Professional Legal Ethics.
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