South Dakota Democrats are moving quickly to try to weasel away from the controversies over allegations of anti-Semitism and other allegations of bigotry involved with this years’ Women’s March, proclaiming independence from the national Women’s March:
If that’s the case… then why is the local group posting tips from the national group on how to avoid the controversy:
That seems like a lot of effort of State Democrats to not do what they should be doing. Wouldn’t it be easier for local Democrats to reject the anti-Semitism of the national leaders of the Women’s March group, such as the national Democrat Party has done, and drop their co-sponsorship?
Why won’t State Democrats do the easy thing to reject and distance themselves from what their former National Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz has cited as “anti-Semitism, anti-LBGTQIA sentiment and hateful, racist rhetoric?”
Probably because South Dakota Dems are hip deep in tomorrow’s rally:
Democrat State Reps. Kelly Sullivan, Linda Duba, and Erin Healy are all on the just-released list of speakers at the rally.
Ah. No wonder they won’t join the national Democrat Party and do the obviously right thing.