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‘Fearless girl’ statue gets a burqa. Rebel reporter assaulted for it, but says she’s going for de Blasio next

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The Rebel’s Laura Loomer handles naysayer while making her point

Fearless Girl” got a change of attire Sunday to make a point.

The “Fearless Girl” statue, erected opposite the famed Wall Street charging bull, has been the subject of ridicule since it was erected in March of this year. The Rebel’s Laura Loomer, however, used it to show there’s no such thing as an Islamic feminist.

And from the reaction of at least two observers, her point was made loud and clear. When Loomer began placing a burqa on “Fearless girl,” a man rush up and removed it. It was quickly retrieved, however, and placed on the statue. Another could be heard shouting “F**k you!” and a man argued with Loomer as she set about her work.

In many Muslim-dominate countries, women are treated as second-class citizens, lacking the right to vote, hold public office, drive an automobile or leave the home unless accompanied by a male relative. The forced wearing of the burqa by women, however, has become the most visible symbol of their second-class status.

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Loomer posted a suggestion for her next assault on the Big Apple.

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All in all, there were two fearless girls on hand in lower Manhattan Sunday — the statue and Loomer.


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