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IG star Girl With No Job mom Alt-right banned from England

Three New York sisters who have found fame by running a bevy of extremely popular Instagram meme accounts have a secret: Their mother. 

The Oshry sisters have avoided public connections to their ‘Islamophobe’ mother, Pamela Geller, who was barred from entering England for hate speech.

Claudia Oshry runs the Instagram Girl With No Job, which has amassed 2.8million followers, Jackie runs the Instagram Jackie O Problems with 94,00 followers, Margo runs Hung Over And Hungry with 102,000 followers, and their sister Olivia acts as a manager.

The young women are often photographed together and reference the importance of family, but their mother, Pamela Geller, is never mentioned specifically, or pictured, ever. 

In 2013 Geller was denied entry to England after the British government said having her in the country would ‘not be conducive to the public good,’ according to the Daily Beast.

L-R Sisters Jackie, Claudia, Margo, Olivia Oshry have created massively popular Instagram meme pages, but avoid directly referencing their alt-right, Islamophobic mother 

The Osher sisters' mother, Pamela Geller, is pictured here at an Alt-Right protest. While her daughters have not publicly denounced their mother's extremist views, they appear to be ardent Trump supporters, like their mama

The Osher sisters’ mother, Pamela Geller, is pictured here at an Alt-Right protest. While her daughters have not publicly denounced their mother’s extremist views, they appear to be ardent Trump supporters, like their mama

Girl With No Job is run by Claudia, and boasts 2.8million followers, and her husband runs Boy With No Job which has 1.5million 

Girl With No Job is run by Claudia, and boasts 2.8million followers, and her husband runs Boy With No Job which has 1.5million 

Two years later, Geller hosted a ‘Draw the Prophet Muhammad’ contest in Garland, Texas. Two gunman were killed by a security guard after plotting to attack the event.

Many Muslims consider depictions of the prophet to be blasphemous. 

The Southern Poverty Law Center has described Geller’s rhetoric as ‘hate speech.’   

Geller has acknowledged, and even seems to relish in the provocative, racist monikers she’s received.

In an article she wrote about herself, Geller gives this quote, without any attribution: ‘Her critics have called her ‘the most dangerous woman in America,’ ‘far-right hate queen,’ and ‘the anti-Muslim movement’s most visible and flamboyant figurehead.’

Through comparisons of the sisters’ social media and Geller’s they are often all together, just not publicly, and certainly not in the way the young women cross promote each other, and share photos of themselves as a group.

The women were pictured on their mother’s balcony this past Thanksgiving. Geller also shared a shot on the same balcony that day.  

Geller captioned her balcony photo: ‘Thankful for my freedom, the troops, my supporters and @milo.yiannopoulos for publishing my book, FATWA.’

Claudia runs the Instagram site 'Girl With No Job' and has often shown her support of Trump on Snapchat 

Claudia runs the Instagram site ‘Girl With No Job’ and has often shown her support of Trump on Snapchat 

Jackie, Geller's daughter, lashed out at Obama over Isis, and has been a vocal Trump supporter

Jackie, Geller’s daughter, lashed out at Obama over Isis, and has been a vocal Trump supporter

Margo attended Trump's inauguration and excitedly shared shots of herself sporting a 'MAGA' hat 

Margo attended Trump’s inauguration and excitedly shared shots of herself sporting a ‘MAGA’ hat 

Her thank you is to Milo Yiannopoulos who was infamously axed at Breitbart News and is now featured on Alex Jones’ InfoWars.

Some of the sisters have at least similar political affiliations as their mother, who is an ardent Donald Trump supporter. 

Jackie attended Trump’s inauguration and excitedly shared a shot of Melania’s powder blue dress and gloves captioning it: ‘Jackie O Approved! #MAGA.’

Margo also attended the inauguration and posted photos of herself to Instagram wearing a gold MAGA hat. 

‘When Trump gives me a reason to Instagram another picture of myself, you know I’m down,’ she wrote.

‘Listening to Obama talk about ISIS is like listening to me talk about quantum physics,’ Claudia tweeted in 2015. 

Jackie shared a similar comment on Twitter: ‘Listening to Obama talk about ISIS is like listening to me talk about boys. I too don’t understand the enemy.’

‘Hi @POTUS, Can you reimburse me for all the cabs I’m taking bc your piece sh** of plan to defeat ISIS makes me scared to take the subway? Ty,’ Jackie tweeted to Obama in 2015.

Pam Geller, is pictured delivering a speech during a "9-11 Freedom Rally" September 11, 2011 as the public commemorates the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks

Pam Geller, is pictured delivering a speech during a “9-11 Freedom Rally” September 11, 2011 as the public commemorates the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks

Jackie ranted frequently on Snapchat about Obama and became so outspoken about her support for Trump that followers branded her ‘JacKKKie.’  

The sisters’ meticulously curated images and eagle eyes on their media coverage has ensured that despite vacationing and spending ample time with their mother, that she does not appear anywhere they are, despite her of course being there.

When Claudia married her social media star boyfriend Ben Soffer, also known as ‘Boy With No Job,’ in 2017, the pair made sure guests did not take their own photos.

When their engagement spread was featured on the wedding site The Knot, she made sure that her mother, who attended her daughter’s engagement party and wedding, did not appear in any photos.

None of the girls have spoken out or publicly denounced their mother’s extremist views.



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