[Ed. – A lot of that going around. But the point that she’s doing what she lambasted Trump for two years ago is classic.]
Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour penned a Holocaust Remembrance Day statement that omitted any mention of the Jewish people, two years after she attacked President Donald Trump for the same thing.
In January 2017, the White House was criticized after its inaugural Holocaust Remembrance Day statement omitted any mention of the Jewish people, instead referring broadly to “the depravity and horror inflicted on innocent people by Nazi terror.”
Among those critics was Sarsour. “How do you have a Remembrance Day for the holocaust and not mention Jews?!” she tweeted. “Absolutely outrageous. Definition of anti-semitism.”