Earlier in the week we published a blog on Jennifer Nakhai, a social worker/therapist who started her own therapy business called AEON, which appears to be a social justice warrior activist group that also does therapy. This was odd interesting because it was revealed that she is also a member of the known terrorist group Antifa, and she went to the straight pride parade for the purposes of disrupting and possibly attacking people she perceived to be fascists.
I think it goes without saying that people who advocate for violence, especially against children, have no business being therapists. Some have inquired what can be done about this, and there is a form you can fill out to report her by clicking here.
Yet three days later her Facebook business page is still posting Antifa propaganda. Feel free to see for yourself and ask if they think it’s appropriate for a therapist and social worker to behave publicly like this.
What’s even more remarkable is that Jennifer Nakhai parades around Salem like a respected, legitimate citizen, and is friends with Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll (2nd from the left).
Also featured in the back is Jeff Cohen, a fellow Antifa running for City Council who showed up to disrupt the parade.
Since I live in Central Mass I can’t say that I really follow Salem politics closely, but personally I would prefer if the Mayor of my city didn’t openly associate with known terrorists groups. Just sayin.
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