The riled-up author blasted Sir Lynton for his work on previous Tory election campaigns, branding his work “poisonous”.
The tirade comes after LBC presenter Dale admitted the current Conservative campaign had lacked impact.
Speaking on Sky News, he said: “Nobody can say that this has been a brilliant campaign and there are a number of reasons for that.
“The first reason is Lynton Crosby isn’t actually running it in the way he did in 2015 – well he is now and quite right too.”
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown blasted the Tories' past election campaigns
I’m not a Corbynite in that sense but I do think if she [Theresa May] wins this huge majority we’re in for very dark times
Alibhai-Brown then went into a scathing rant aimed at the political strategist.
She said: “Well Lynton Crosby, I’m sorry, I’m really surprised to hear you [Dale] – a nice Tory – say that.
“Because you know the kind of poisonous campaigns he’s led in the past – he has been poison.”
Dale insisted Sir Lynton was “one of the nicest people I know” but the columnist said his previous campaigns were “pernicious”.
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The pair were rowing over Sir Lynton Crosby and his election campaigns
The radio presenter said: “Similar campaigns have been quite aggressive but if he’d been in charge of this campaign, I tell you what, the Tories wouldn’t have been in the situation they are now.”
But Alibhai-Brown accused Sir Lynton of “picking on refugees” with Tory advertisement campaigns in the past.
“They were dog whistle politics – I’m really glad he’s not been in charge and I hope he falls on his face,” she raged.
Dale sniggered at the remark and said: “Well he is now.”
But she conceded Theresa May would win the General Election regardless.
She said: “She is going to win but I do hope she doesn’t get the resounding majority.
“I’m not a Corbynite in that sense but I do think if she wins this huge majority we’re in for very dark times.”