- There are no condemnations from African American leaders.
- Politicians show no reluctance to appear with him
- Community leaders in general do not condemn his Anti-Jewish attacks
- Farrakhan is a popular leader among African Americans
Apart from the Antisemitism of the Women's March leadership itself, as documented by Tablet Magazine and The New York Times, their ties to Louis Farrakhan and their refusal to condemn his ongoing Antisemitic attacks have been a stain on that movement.
But historically, the Women's March is not alone in bearing the consequences of the albatross that is Louis Farrakhan.