With thanks to Pamela Geller via Diana West, here’s yet another broadcast interview, this one with Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro taking her turn at grilling Pamela Geller about why Geller decided to sponsor the draw Muhammad cartoon event in Garland, Texas – and should she have sponsored said event.
It is interesting to notice that Pirro threw some very hardball, adversary-style questions at Geller, many of which have already been posed in other interviews by other broadcast journalists. True to the current media trend of trying to find some way to blame the victim, Pirro makes Geller and her cartoon conference the issue – not the Muslim jihadis who organized and launched the assault, in accord with the Shariah (Muslim law) which governs them.
As an American citizen who, like Geller, does not live under, adhere to, or give deference to, Muslim Law, I continue to be annoyed, but not shocked, that the bulk of the American Media Corps abjectly refuses to examine the mainstream Islamic doctrines which form the foundation for violent jihad. Our press corps revealed its true colors long ago.
1) Hear No Islam
2) See No Islam
3) Speak No Islam
And that accounts for a great deal of our national misunderstanding of this very old (622 A.D.) ongoing war. While coming across in an overpowering style, to her credit, Jeanine Pirro did a pretty fair job of allowing Geller to at least respond to the questions without interruption, which is much more than I can say for Laura Ingraham’s fusillade.
You, the reader, can make your own decision as to the substance and value of Geller’s remarks in response to the questions. It’s worth remembering that Pamela Geller is now the number one jihad assassination target in the United States. She’s not on a pleasant vacation somewhere in Bahamas.
Muslim terrorists have announced that they intend to kill her, in the literal sense of the word, kill.