Whatever narrative the left had going at the Women’s March has officially been shot to smithereens.
One woman who led the charge last month against President Trump, demanding that women partake in “striking, marching and blocking roads,” was none other than a convicted former Palestinian terrorist.
Organizers of the “international day of struggle” are calling it a protest “against male violence and in defense of reproductive rights.”
As a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), designated by the U.S. as a terrorist group, Rasmea Odeh was arrested for her involvement in two bombings in the late sixties. Two Israeli university students were killed and nine more were injured.
In 1980, Odeh was freed from an Israeli jail as part of a prisoner exchange deal, and a decade later emigrated to the U.S. She recently made headlines again after being charged with immigration fraud for lying about her terrorist background when applying for U.S. citizenship.
In an oped published by The Guardian on Monday entitled, “Women of America: we’re going on strike. Join us so Trump will see our power,” Odeh and her cohorts urge the mobilization of women – including trans women – to strike against “attacks on Muslim and migrant women, on women of color and working and unemployed women, on lesbian, gender nonconforming and trans women.”
SHARE on Facebook and Twitter and let Americans know who was really behind the infamous feminist march.