American right-wing media pundit Ann Coulter is no stranger to online controversy. The conservative social and political commentator has on more than one occasion spread hate against Muslims ... and her latest attack comes in response to the new hijabi Barbie

This week, Mattel released its first-ever hijab-wearing doll, based on Muslim-American Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, "who was the first American to compete and medal in the Olympics while wearing a hijab."

Coulter shared her Islamophobic thoughts in a tweet in which she refers to the doll as a "Jihad Barbie." She went on to add that an "ISIS Ken" will be sold separately.  

Naturally, a flood of comments soon followed, trolling Coulter for her racist remarks. 

Some did not hold their tongues ...

"You don't even try to hide the racism"

Valid questions were raised

FYI ... that Barbie is based on an AMERICAN

An Olympian, to be more specific

"She's a genuine, sweet and talented Olympic medalist. If you met her, you'd know"

"So ... wearing a headscarf is somehow the female equivalent of killing people?"

Some expressed bottled-up disappointment: "You always tear down. You never build up"

Coulter's hate towards Muslims is terrifying

Three days after the September 11 attacks, Ann Coulter suggested that America "invade their [Muslim] countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity." 

"The nation has been invaded by a fanatical, murderous cult. And we welcome them. We are so good and so pure we would never engage in discriminatory racial or 'religious' profiling," she added. 

Except, religious profiling is all Coulter is known for.