Monday, September 04, 2017

On Friday I noted that  Linda Sarsour claimed to be a "woman of color" in this tweet where she tried to deflect criticism about her attempts to divert Hurricane Harvey aid funds for her pet political projects:


I made fun of her at the time, asking her if her wishing that she wanted to remove Ayyan Hirsi Ali's vagina if she was "smearing a woman of color."





Today I made a poster making fun of Sarsour's pretending to be a "person of color" while Jews of any color are always considered "white."




What I didn't realize is that the photo I used in this poster came from a video about hijab  published by Vox earlier this year, where Sarsour was featured. And in this video she says, explicitly, that before she put on her hijab she was just "some ordinary white girl from New York City." 




Sarsour magically changed from white to a "woman of color" in an instant!

She's the new Rachel Dolezal!

By the way, you are not allowed to criticize my blog anymore. I wear a yarmulka, which make me a "Jew of color" and therefore immune to criticism. At least by the logic of some people.





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