Muslim activist who called for jihad on Trump is now targeting CNN host

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Woman’s March organizer and outspoken left-wing activist, Linda Sarsour accused CNN anchor Jake Tapper of joining “the ranks of the alt-right” to target her.

Following the declaration of support for convicted cop-killer and domestic terrorist Assata Shakur by Sarsour and the Women’s March organization, Tapper called out both Sarsour and the group.

In a Tuesday tweet, Tapper also referenced “ugly sentiments” from Sarsour and recent anti-Semitic remarks made by an LGBT activist group based in Chicago.

Sarsour posted a response on Twitter, claiming that Tapper has joined “the ranks of the alt-right to target me online. Welcome to the party.”

There is no evidence backing Sarsour’s contention that Tapper is a member of the alt-right, a small white nationalist faction on the far right of the political spectrum.

In a subsequent tweet, Sarsour challenged Tapper to “please share my ‘ugly’ sentiments. Unapologetically Muslim? Unapologetically Palestinian? Pro-immigrant? Pro-justice? Shame.”

Tapper replied by pointing to remarks Sarsour made about activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who is outspoken about her opposition to radical Islam. Ali is a survivor of female genital mutilation and has been vocal in her arguments against the practice. Sarsour claimed that she wanted to take away Ali’s vagina, and said that Ali does not deserve to be a woman.

Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, labeled Tapper’s tweets as “intentionally inflammatory.”

“How about being part of a gang that kills a NJ State Trooper?” Tapper responded. “Is that considered inflammatory?”

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