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Michelle Malkin takes on Code Pink national co-director who defends anti-Semitic Linda Sarsour


Ariel Gold, National Co-Director for Code Pink, was on the Ingraham Angle trying to defend Women’s March founder and anti-Semite Linda Sarsour. Michelle Malkin takes her on the hilarity ensues.

Gold is a useful idiot who has a mental disorder called liberalism.

Begin video at 25:37 mark.

h/t Twitchy


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A Palestinian terrorist — and former Obamacare navigator — is caught for immigration fraud

National Review: Forty-five years ago, Rasmieh Yousef Odeh participated in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem that killed two men in their early 20s and wounded several more. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine had hidden a bomb in a box of sweets at a grocery store, and when it detonated, it left Eddie Joffe so charred that his brother struggled to identify the corpse. His parents grieved for the rest of their lives, Eddie’s brother Basil told me.
Some small measure of justice was served last week when a federal jury convicted Odeh for lying on her U.S. immigration papers in 1995, then again on her citizenship papers in 2004. The 67-year-old, deemed a flight risk by the judge, will remain behind bars until her March 10 sentencing. She faces up to 10 years in prison — which could be a life sentence, given her age — as well as possible deportation and loss of citizenship.
But Odeh’s story has several other disturbing twists, all worth noting.
First, it’s unnerving that it took the federal government nearly two decades to discover that it had allowed a known terrorist into the United States. Odeh had been convicted in Israel and sentenced to life in prison, though the government released her after ten years as part of a prisoner swap.
In the United States, Odeh was hardly discreet about her violent past, agreeing to be interviewed for a 2004 documentary, Women in Struggle, which won awards at the San Diego Film Festival, the AlIsmailia Film Festival in Egypt, and the Kazan Film Festival for Muslim Countries.
About the bombings, the documentary’s overall tone is unapologetic. Odeh discusses how her decade in Israeli prison fueled her “hatred against those who were responsible. Why? I am not responsible. The occupation is.” In the same documentary, a woman named Ayesha said that Odeh, who is either her close friend or a relative, “was [even] more involved than I was” in the bombings. Ayesha also described her disappointment that a second bomb was defused before it could explode; they had hoped it would detonate five or six minutes after the initial bombing and slaughter the responders.
Second, it’s troublesome how, even after the documentary’s release, Odeh — by then a vocal activist in Chicago’s Arab-American community — received certification to work as an Obamacare navigator, and on top of that, received it in one of the states that actually bother to run background checks on in-person counselors. Though a simple Google search would have revealed her shady past, the Illinois Department of Insurance quietly revoked Odeh’s certification only after it became aware of the immigration-fraud investigation. It’s not clear what would have happened if, for example, an Israeli American had gone to her seeking help with signing up for Obamacare, but imagine the possibilities.
Finally, there’s the shocking support Odeh has received in America, despite her role in a deadly bombing and despite her former membership in a Marxist-Palestinian group involved in myriad plane hijackings and terrorist attacks.
supportMany in the Arab-American community decried Odeh’s conviction. The Detroit News reports: “One woman inside the courtroom with the video feed sobbed inconsolably, while another called the judge’s order ‘haram,’ the Arabic word for ‘sinful’ or ‘forbidden.’ . . . Many were in tears, but they cheered and chanted [Odeh’s] name as she spoke and responded with ‘naam,’ which is ‘yes’ in Arabic.”
The Detroit Free Press reported that as many as 100 people protested outside the Detroit courthouse last week and Monday to support Odeh, with rallies for her also held in at least four other states. Several hundred posted to Twitter under the hashtag #JusticeforRasmea. Meanwhile, only a single person Tweeted about #Justice4Eddie and #Justice4Leon [Kanner], the two men killed in the bombing.
Organizations also voiced their support of Odeh. Occupy Chicago called the U.S. attorney’s office “nothing but a tool for the U.S. government and its support of Israel,” while Code Pink wrote about how it “deplores the conviction of Rasmea Odeh,” adding that “Odeh is an inspiring example of the resilience of women activists who dare to organize despite histories of trauma and violence.”
Thirty-five groups — including the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, the Canada Palestine Association, the Center for Constitutional Rights, Voice of Palestine, the Palestinian American Women’s Association, the New York Chapter of the Muslim Defense Project of the National Lawyers Guild, and CUNY Law Students for Justice in Palestine — had earlier signed a letter opposing Odeh’s indictment. They claimed the case against Odeh was “a clear signal that federal authorities, along with Israel and its supporters in the U.S., are continuing to search for ways to intimidate and silence those who are effective advocates for Arab American communities, and who speak out for Palestinian rights.”
Such groups are quick to echo Odeh’s allegations of Israeli torture, but they fail to mention the two young men murdered in the bombing.
That’s especially frustrating to the surviving Joffe family, says Eddie’s brother Basil: “Now that the truth is out, [many groups] are still supporting her. They’re regarding her as a hero, and they’re ignoring what she did.
Read the open letter to those in support of Rasmieh Odeh, written by the by the niece of Edward Joffe, here.

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Giant vaginas invade Republican National Convention!

I’d always thought it odd that Lesbians-Gays-Bisexuals-Transgenders seem to equate their self identity with their sexuality. If you don’t embrace their “life style,” then you’ve rejected their very being, so piss on you!

Isn’t the human person more and greater than our gender, sexual orientation and sexual proclivities?

But it’s not just the LGBT crowd. Pro-abortion feminists also have a constricted self-identity, as demonstrated by a contingent of Code Pink protesters who dressed up as gigantic vaginas to greet arriving delegates at the Republican National Convention.

Paul Bond reports from Tampa, Fla, for The Hollywood Reporter, Aug. 27, 2012:

Giant, walking vaginas have descended upon the Republican National Convention.

Several demonstrators from the feminist group Code Pink wore frilly pink costumes while others adorned with cardboard cutouts resembling the sexual organ were milling about Sunday looking for Republicans.

A Florida website called Shark-Tank.net captured video of some of them during their preparation (video below). The protesters carried signs saying such things as, “Read my lips. Leave my vagina alone,” and argued that pro-life Republicans are waging a war against women.


But with the official proceedings, along with two Lynyrd Skynyrd concerts and the premiere of an anti-Occupy Wall Street movie canceled Sunday and Monday due to weather, it wasn’t until Sunday night at The Welcome Event that the protesters found a large group of Republicans to confront.

As several thousand conventioneers arrived in buses at Tropicana Field, an indoor stadium where baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays play, they were met by about 400 protesters — some of whom were in their vagina costumes. By that time, though, convention-goers hardly took notice of the crowd, and well-armed police and military personnel kept the demonstrators away from the party inside the stadium.

Inside, delegates chanted the Pledge of Allegiance and sang along to “God Bless America.” […]

We are more than our sexual organs. That truth easily can be seen even in non-human creatures, such as our spayed pet dogs and cats who, nonetheless, fully retain their wholly-unique individual delightful personalities.

In banishing God from their lives, the Left also deny their souls. And so they reduce themselves to mere quivering globs of flesh. Feminists are mere vaginas without a womb. Gay men are nothing more than throbbing penises. Transsexuals can’t make up their minds what sexual organ they are.

What a constricted and sad view of humanity….


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Code Pink bringing their, um, privates to the RNC

Bring your Vagina to the RNC

Eve Ensler famously said: “My vagina’s furious and it needs to talk.”  Our vaginas need to talk, too.  They need to talk about the way women’s rights are threatened worldwide–from anti-choise legislation to inappropriate rape jokes to economic inequality to war and occupation overseas that disproportionately affect women’s lives…
Join CODEPINK and V-Day to bring your vagina to the Republican National Convetion in Tampa, FL August 27 – 30!
Together, we will bring our resilient, creative, powerful vaginas to Republican fundraisers and to the convention hall.  We’ll also take part in the Coalition March on the RNC and other peace and justice actions.
I’m sure they’ll be protesting inappropriate rape jokes at the DNC too.  You know, the ones from the likes of Bill Maher and John Stewart? Whoops, maybe not.
Let’s just hope they keep those vaginas fully clothed!

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