Women’s March organizer Tamika Mallory said that left-wing activists must “draw a direct line” between Trump’s tax returns and “missing black girls.”
At a protest demanding the release of President Trump’s tax returns in Washington DC Saturday, Women’s March organizer Tamika Mallory said that left-wing activists must “draw a direct line” between Trump’s tax returns and “missing black girls.”
“We must say that while we resist one, we resist all,” Mallory said. “Or else, our fight is inauthentic.”
“We demand that we see Trump’s taxes while we also demand that all of our rights are protected. We demand to see Trump’s taxes while we also demand that women’s rights be treated as human rights,” Mallory said.
“We must draw a direct line between Trump’s taxes and missing girls – missing black girls all across this country,” Mallory then said, claiming a connection between tax documents and missing persons.
Mallory is listed on the Women’s March site as one of its National Co-Chairs.
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