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10 Reasons 2010 Isn’t the Year of the Lefty Woman

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Posted on August 15 2010 4:19 pm

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Helen Thomas vacations at Auschwitz (thanks to Chris Barnhart for the image)

1. The Self-Destruction of Anti-Semitic Feminist Icon Helen Thomas

For decades Helen Thomas was embraced by the Left as a trailblazing feminist and “hero of journalism.”  And the Left is where the recently retired White House correspondent felt at home. She told an interviewer last year, “I’m a liberal, I was born a liberal, I’ll be one ’til I die, what else should a reporter be when you see so much and when we have such great privilege and access to the truth?”

That made it especially difficult for progressive admirers to disassociate themselves from Thomas when a Long Island rabbi recorded her disgusting anti-Semitic remarks about Israeli Jews in June:

“Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine. Remember, these people are occupied and it’s their land…not German and not Poland.”

“So, where should they go?”

“Go home. Poland, Germany.”

“So, you think the Jews should go back to Poland and Germany?”

“And America and everywhere else.”

Thomas’ status as a feminist icon couldn’t rescue her from a long overdue retirement.  But somehow it managed to save her from a place on Jezebel’s list of lowlights for women in politics. Apparently despicable anti-Semitic moonbats who advocate ethnic cleansing get a pass for all those groundbreaking achievements “in the fight for gender justice.”

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