This Women’s March Organizer Just Tweeted The UNTHINKABLE

A member of the Women’s March on Washington’s organization made a striking statement on Twitter early Monday morning.

Linda Sarsour appeared to endorse sanctuary cities with this tweet (via Weasel Zippers):

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Sanctuary cities—of which there are many across the U.S.—protect undocumented immigrants by actively choosing not to prosecute those they come across.

Sarsour was previously criticized after a photo surfaced of her with a suspected financer of the terrorist group, Hamas, while attending a Muslim Conference in Chicago.

See the photo below (via Weasel Zippers):

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The man in the photo is Salah Sarsour, a former Hamas operative.

Salah spent time in an Israeli prison after he was convicted of working for the terrorist group in the 1990’s.

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