No surprises here.
After The Tablet's groundbreaking expose of the Women's March's anti-Semitic history, the group ha to respond. And it responded by bringing three leftist "Jewish" groups to try and shield them against allegations of anti-Semitism.
The names are also fairly predictable.
The Women's March avoided the overtly "Jewish" lefty anti-Semitic groups like Jewish Voice for Peace and brought out the usual suspects, The National Council of Jewish Women, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice and Bend the Arc.
Bend the Arc is a straight Soros joint run by an anti-Israel former sex club dancer.
Jews for Racial and Economic Justice is a wing of the intersectional fascist movement and has attempted to deny the existence of minority anti-Semitism. And its leadership has defended the Women's March before while attacking its Jewish critics.
And National Council of Jewish Women has previously made it clear that it would not stand up to anti-Semitism on the Left.
So perfect cover up fronts for anti-Semitism in the Women's March.