Sharia vs Free Speech in Tennessee
Well, hello, hello. Those fine upstanding folk at CAIR (see the photos below as a taste of who we apparently have to listen to) want to shut up little biddie ol Pamela Geller because she don’t like the Muslims. Hey CAIR, guess what? There’s plenty more where Ms Geller came from so should we line up? Go Pam.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is attempting to bully the Tennessee Tea Party Convention into dropping Pamela Geller as one of their speakers for their event this weekend in Gatlinberg.
In a stirring piece of Orwellian propaganda, CAIR cautioned the group via press release:
“The Tea Party needs to decide whether it is a legitimate national political movement or just a safe haven for bigots and extremists,” said CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad. “We ask that convention organizers not legitimize Geller’s extremist anti-Muslim rhetoric by offering her an official platform.”
And CAIR should know a little something about being a safe haven for bigots and extremists. After all, their former communications director sits in jail right now after pleading guilty to weapons and explosives charges. He also admitted helping terrorists gain entry to a training camp in Pakistan.
While concerned about Ms. Geller’s exercise of free speech and the Tea Party’s exercise of free association, we missed CAIR’s press release denouncing the violation of human rights in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Syria, etc…
Geller gives her initial response here, but we suspect this won’t be the last we hear on this one.