Chicago chapter of Women’s March cancels 2019 rally

American Thinker: By Rick Moran

Citing “high costs and insufficient volunteer hours,” the Chicago chapter of Women’s March has canceled its rally planned for January 19 next year, the anniversary of the original nationwide Women’s March in 2017.

The Hill:

The Chicago chapter of the Women’s March has canceled its rally planned for January, citing high costs and insufficient volunteer hours, the Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday.

The newspaper noted that the cancellation of the event, which in the past drew hundreds of thousands of people to the city, comes amid growing controversy surrounding the group’s national leaders and their ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who has made several anti-Semitic comments in the past.

Marches and rallies in Washington, D.C., and in cities across the country are still planned for Jan. 19, including several in Illinois. The Chicago chapter has said it will commemorate the anniversary of the national march in other ways but hasn’t yet released details.

The blatant and nauseating anti-Semitism of two of the founders of the March, Linda Sarsour, and Tamika Mallory, has no doubt scared donors away and dampened enthusiasm for the march from volunteers. Both women have praised Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. MORE

8 Comments on Chicago chapter of Women’s March cancels 2019 rally

  1. I remember 2 years ago, the media was insisting these woMENs marches were going to be the game changer for woke bitches.

  2. Gee Wally, I guess they need more time off to focus on throwing Gays off of four story buildings, FGM and stoning those “bad” women who got raped by their uncles…

  3. Insufficient volunteer hours.

    What, no money to pay people to work the event? When the FSA collides with reality.

  4. Sure Beave! That’s the ticket!
    “Citing “high costs and insufficient volunteer hours,”.
    Let’s really talk about “woke” human women.
    Real American women beating the snot out of illegal rag head trash that are OK with female genitalia mutilation.

  5. ““There’s no march, there’s no rally,” Sara Kurensky, a Women’s March Chicago board member, told the Tribune. “We’re going to provide ways for people to organize and take action in their local communities.”

    This reminds me…whatever happened to Hillary’s nation-wide 50- City live concert events?


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