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A spokesperson from Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s office said that the Senator condemns anti-Semitism on Thursday, despite being the keynote speaker at the Women’s March.
“Sen. Gillibrand strongly condemns anti-Semitism from anyone, in all forms, and believes it has no place in a movement for women’s empowerment or anywhere else,” the statement from Meredith Kelly reads, according to Buzzfeed reporter Ruby Cramer. “She is looking forward to being in Iowa and will not turn her back on the thousands of Iowa women who are joining this locally organized march to advocate for the issues that deeply impact them and their families.”
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It continued, “This powerful and meaningful march is about the hardworking women in Des Moines and across the country, and she can’t wait to join them.”
The statement does not mention the Women’s March by name, nor does it reference the organization’s reported connections to known anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan.
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Gillibrand will be the keynote speaker at the Women’s March in Iowa on Saturday.
The march in Iowa is an offshoot of the national...
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