Palestinian Activist Launches Insults At Trump Administration

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The Muslim founder of the recent Women’s March across America who has spoken against Jews herself is now accusing President Trump and his administration of anti-Semitism.

While discussing her role in helping a St. Louis Jewish cemetery that was vandalized last week, Palestinian activist and executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, Linda Sarsour, lambasted President Trump’s administration, saying you “must get rid of the anti-Semites and Islamophobes that are in the White House who have power right now.”

“I don’t know where to start. From Steve Bannon, who is an outright white nationalist, white supremacist, an anti-Semite,” Sarsour told MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell. “Thank God we got rid of General Michael Flynn, who is a very well know Islamophobe. Mike Pompeo at the CIA. It really varies from agency to agency.”

Sarsour, who personally has called Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “waste of a human being” and a “bigot,” added, “Wherever we look we find people who are antithetical to everything that we, or at least I, stand for.”

In 2014, the Washington Free Beacon reported that Sarsour had previously attacked an African-American pro-Israel activist saying that she “forgot where she came from.”

In 2015, she tweeted an image of a Palestinian child carrying rocks walking towards Israeli security officers saying, “The definition of courage.”

H/T: Washington Free Beacon

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