Ben Shapiro, Mark Levin Slam Randi Weingarten For Mocking White House Minyan

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WASHINGTON (VINnews) — On Tuesday in front of the White House, prior to the massive rally, there was a beautiful scene, when a huge crowd of Jews davened Shacharis, led by singer Beri Weber. Conservative talk host Mark Levin tweeted the video, and in response, Randi Weingarten, the Jewish President of the American Federation of Teachers, mockingly and despicably replied: ‘Where are the women?’

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Weingarten got heavy backlash from Orthodox Jews for her ignorance and intolerance.

Levin himself replied: “You’re such a contemptible moron. Get off my timeline you idiot.”

Ben Shapiro tweeted: ‘This woman is a complete idiot.’

Chaya Raichik, aka Libs of Tiktok, tweeted: ‘What an ignorant tweet. This is embarrassing even for you’

In addition, Twitter’s ‘community notes’ corrected Weingarten’s absurd tweet, saying: “Orthodox Jews have gender separated prayers for thousand of years. The women were on the other side praying and would not be visible from someone recording in the “men’s section.””

Other frum Jews slammed Weingarten as well.


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Liam K. Nuj
Liam K. Nuj
7 months ago

What a lie. The women were not “on the other side of the square”, as Ms. Weingarten claimed. The women were about 15 feet away, with a Mechitza that only spanned not even 20% of the opening.
Also, how was Ms. Weingarten a “harmed party”? Was she there? Did she want to be there but demurred because of the separation issue? Not a single woman who was the there felt harmed by the separation. In fact, probably every woman there would have felt harmed if there was NO separation.
The chutzpah of Randi Weingarten framing her made-up issue under the guise of “inclusivity”.

anonymous
anonymous
7 months ago

Would she ever have made a comment like this about Muslims????

Aguttenshabbos
Aguttenshabbos
7 months ago

It never ceases to amaze me how politicians and those who hold high office, or others with a powerful voice, feel like they could pee on the Jews with impunity but would never dare say or do the same thing to certain other races/minority groups.

martin schulman
martin schulman
7 months ago

She should know better. She is a rebitzen, married to a female reform “rabbi”

SPdoubleU
SPdoubleU
7 months ago

Question back: where was the reform minyan?

White trash
White trash
7 months ago

Did she ever play hockey for the Ottawa Senators?

no lashon hara
no lashon hara
7 months ago

From wiki:

On October 11, 2007, Weingarten publicly announced she is a lesbian. Weingarten introduced Liz Margolies, a psychotherapist and health care activist, as her partner while accepting the Empire State Pride Agenda’s 2007 Community Service Award from Christine Quinn.[4][147] By December 2012, she was in a relationship with Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah.[148] They married March 25, 2018.[149][150]

C.B.D.
C.B.D.
7 months ago

Interesting that most of the responses on Twitter and here are from men.