he did that because he was defending Ayaan Hirsi Ali and that didn’t sit well with Sarsour who said Ayaan’s vagina should be taken away.
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Left-wing activist and Woman’s March organizer Linda Sarsour accused CNN anchor Jake Tapper of being a member of the alt-right, a small white nationalist faction on the far-right.
Tapper called out Women’s March and Sarsour after the organization expressed its support for convicted cop-killer and domestic terrorist Assata Shakur. Tapper also referenced “ugly sentiments” from Sarsour and recent anti-Semitic statements made by a Chicago-based LGBT activist group.
Sarsour responded by saying that Tapper has joined “the ranks of the alt-right to target me online.” (There is no evidence to suggest that Tapper is a member of the alt-right.) “Welcome to the party,” she added.
She did that because he was defending Ayaan Hirsi Ali and that didn’t sit well with Sarsour who said Ayaan’s vagina should be taken away.
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