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Linda Sarsour: “If I want to say ‘I’m Black,’ I’m Black!”

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Published on: September 10, 2017

She already identifies as “Palestinian,” an invented nationality, so why shouldn’t she change race, too?

After leftists designated sharia supporter and notorious Jew-hater Linda Sarsour a “leader” of the feminist movement, her ugly past came to the fore (scroll).

Now she is exposing the absurdities of the leftist worldview — inadvertently, of course.

“Sarsour Claims, ‘If I Want To Say I’m Black, I’m Black,’” by Hank Berrien, Daily Wire, September 8, 2017 (thanks to Mark):

Leftist icon Linda Sarsour proved that when it comes to looking to advance her career, she’s as opportunistic as they come, as she can, chameleon-like, simply change the color of her skin at will so she can identify as whatever oppressed group fits her fancy.

There was a time when Sarsour claimed she was white:

But that apparently wasn’t enough for her to launch her rise among leftists; she had to widen her range:

Sarsour’s here today, gone tomorrow approach to reality is endemic among those on the Left, for whom “self-identification” trumps biological reality (gender theory, anyone?) or the truth about one’s ancestry.

The idea for many on the Left is that by identifying with a supposedly-oppressed group one can claim they share that group’s experiences (see, e.g., Rachel Dolezal)….

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller.

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