I'm legit floored by how vile Sarsour is. And it's incredibly demorilizing seeing liberals siding with her. That tweet about Ayaan is awful.
— Pier Bove (@pierbove) January 27, 2017
Muslim “racial justice & civil rights activist” Linda Sarsour’s enjoying some extra celebrity lately thanks to her role in organizing the Women’s March. And with good reason. After all, her feminist credentials are exemplary. Just look at this 2013 tweet about women’s rights activists Brigitte Gabriel and Ayaan Hirsi Ali:
Hang on a sec … that’s not actually very feminist at all, is it? Apparently Gabriel and Ali’s outspokenness against Islamic radicalism negates their womanhood. Or it would if Sarsour had her way.
— Bella Dottore ☄ (@GeenaJagger) January 27, 2017
Twitter is forever: Women's March leader Linda Sarsour wants to grab Ayaan Hirsi Ali by the p*ssy. pic.twitter.com/XNZIwTwoE5
— SHIREEN QUDOSI (@ShireenQudosi) January 26, 2017
— Maya Varma (@swargcoming) January 26, 2017
On its face, Sarsour’s tweet is despicable enough. But in light of the brutality Ali has suffered, it becomes even more heartless and barbaric.
— Alex VanNess (@thealexvanness) January 26, 2017
Linda Sarsour at her hateful ‘inclusive’ best. BTW, Ayaan Hirsi Ali was a victim of FGM. https://t.co/tlji5tzupg
— Chris Paul (@iamthearbiter) January 26, 2017
— YVONNE (@V0NNiEE) January 27, 2017
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) January 27, 2017
Note to Sally Kohn and to any other so-called “feminist” or “women’s rights activist” proudly pimping the #IMarchWithLinda hashtag: If you march with Linda, you march with everything you purport to stand against.
Linda Sarsour is more worthless than the dirt on the bottom of @ayaan’s shoe
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) January 27, 2017
Sarsour is no feminist. She’s no heroine. She’s nothing but hypocritical, vicious, hateful scum.
— truth (@truth_realism) January 26, 2017
— Pffteven (@Buzzard_Stubble) January 27, 2017
— AGCheryl (@CherylGhiselin) January 27, 2017
— Hattie Kauffman (@Hatsfree) January 26, 2017
— Jewish Policy Center (@thejpc) January 26, 2017
— sharon j blake (@2sharonjblake) January 27, 2017
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 26, 2017