Linda Sarsour is the Women’s March co-organizer who has been in the news quite a bit lately, as we wrote in Linda Sarsour declares legal Jihad on people who “defame my character”.

Now she has Jake Tapper in her sights.

We have covered Sarsour here previously, including:

  • her embrace (both verbally, politically, and physically — see Featured Image) of convicted terrorist murderer and immigration fraudster Rasmea Odeh;
  • her organizing of the Women’s March movement;
  • her tweet saying that Female Genital Mutilation victim Ayaan Hirsi Ali should have her vagina taken away;
  • her “little lie” at an appearance regarding the tweet, in which she implied the Hirsi Ali tweet may never have happened, which included a racially-based attack on the white student asking the question;
  • her involvement with the anti-Israel movement, where she has appeared with Keith Ellison;
  • her fiery speech at an event organized by Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam;
  • her tweet that the “definition of courage” is a very young Palestinian child throwing rocks at Israeli soldiers;
  • her public fight with Courtney Love, who called Sarsour a “Fraud”, “Vile disgrace to women and all mankind”;
  • and her demand that Zionist women (who constitute the overwhelming majority of Jewish women) not be permitted in the feminist movement.

The Women’s March, having embraced convicted terrorist and immigration fraudster Rasmea Odeh, now Embraces Wanted Cop Killer JoAnne Chesimard aka Assata Shakur. That embrace has generated a lot of controversy, and Tapper tweeted about it, and mentioned “ugly sentiments” from Sarsour (along with the Chicago Dyke March, which targeted LGBT Jews they suspected of being Zionist). Tapper asked in the tweet, “Any progressives out there condemning this?”

Sarsour responded by accusing Tapper of being “alt-right”:

and also demanded to know what her supposed “ugly sentiments” were:

Tapper responded by referring to Sarsour comment about Ayaan Hirsi Ali:

We wrote about that comment by Sarsour earlier, #WomensMarch Co-Chair Linda Sarsour’s Twitter attack on victim of female genital mutilation:

The controversy over Sarsour, however, reached new heights when it was discovered that she viciously attacked Ayaan Hirshi Ali, a childhood victim of Female Genital Mutiliation. Ali is hated by Islamists because of her break with Islam over her mutilation.

Sarsour tweeted that Ali, and also Brigitte Gabriel, shouldn’t even have vaginas — a particularly inappropriate comment given the genital mutilation of Ali. Even if Sarsour were not the Co-Chair of the Women’s March it would be a cruel tweet, but coming from someone who has become a feminist hero to liberals, it was particularly bad.

Sarsour deleted the tweet once it was discovered by Nurit Baytch, but a screenshot already had been archived

This incident between Tapper and Sarsour demonstrates, once again, that the ill-defined term “alt-right” is a label widely abused in order to smear anyone who strays from the regressive leftist agenda. Tapper hardly is “right” much less “alt-right.”

Someday, everyone who disagrees with Linda Sarsour and her supporters/fellow travelers will be accused of being “alt-right”.

Update: This is a pretty good compilation of Sarsour’s ugly sentiments that Tapper also could have referenced:

[Featured Image: Tapper and Sarsour Twitter Profile Pics]


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