On Monday, the reporter who was transferred to working in the sales department at her newspaper after she broke the story of a group of Jewish women ejected from an LGBTQ march in Chicago in June, accused the organizers of the march of causing her to lose her job.

Gretchen Rachel Hammond responded to the hateful tweet issued by the Chicago Dyke march, which proudly trumpeted its use of the term “Zio,” an epithet denigrating those who support the state of Israel.

The sequence of events went like this. First, the tweet from The Times of Israel linking to their report on Hammond’s demotion:

Then the Dyke March chortling:

Forget the irony of that tweet; there was more; the Dyke March followed two days later with this piece of nastiness:

Hammond responded: