New Women’s March Board Member Compares US Military To ISIS

The ironies are enough to make heads spin. Quite literally. As in the way that girl in the movie “The Exorcist” swiveled.

See, for quite a while the Women’s March people have been suspect. Seriously, they march in January wearing hats meant to resemble their private parts and go on and on about equality and on their board of directors sit a bunch of females who belong to a religious group that gives absolutely no rights to women.

And now one of them is comparing the United States and Israeli Militaries to ISIS?

You can’t make this stuff up.

The executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Zahra Billoo, is one of 16 new additions to the Women’s March board. The embattled activist group simultaneously cut ties with three board members who have been accused of anti-Semitism.

Billoo drew similarities on social media between America’s armed forces and terrorist organizations.

She justified boycotting “Wonder Woman” in 2017 because lead actress Gail Gadot served in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), writing on Facebook and Twitter: “I similarly would not watch a movie where the lead actor or actress were proud of their participation in the US military, ISIS, or Al Qaeda.”

“Don’t guess, I’ll just tell you, I believe all of them are comparably evil,” she added.

Well, sweetheart, tell us how you really feel.

Actually, she did.

Holy cow…oh, wait, that’s the wrong religion.

Billoo’s stance is that she abhors terrorism. Although why she is calling the forces that keep the country where she resides safe terrorists is something it would be wise for her to explain. In plain language that the American people who actually pay for that security can understand and respect. Otherwise the woman risks exposing the followers of Islam for what most Americans really believe they are.

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