Pamela Geller apparently thinks that Sharia law is all about her and people criticizing her for holding an anti-Muslim stunt, where a security guard got shot and she deliberately endangered American lives. But that was trivial next to people calling her dumb and inciteful, Geller said.
Geller, an Islamophobic extremist whose "draw the prophet" event erupted in violence, made it six nights in a row on Fox when she appeared on Justice with Judge Jeanine Saturday night. Yet, Geller insisted to host Jeanine Pirro that she’s the one who's a victim of Sharia law.
PIRRO: Do you think Sharia law is coming here?
GELLER: It’s here! We’re watching it in action! I’m dumb, I’m inciteful! I didn’t make the cartoons controversial! The jihadists made the cartoons controversial!
Geller is not the person who got shot at her stunt. But being called dumb and inciteful – after a boatload of publicity – means she’s being subjected to and stifled by sharia law!
I’ve previously posted about how Geller knew – and disregarded – the fact that she was endangering Americans with her “draw the prophet” provocation. But another question from Pirro further showed just how little Pirro cared about that.
PIRRO: Were you worried that anybody there might be hurt?
GELLER: Well, listen, I’ve been having conferences like this for years. I’ve always had to have protection because of death threats. So this was protected like all of our conferences are. But I am not a Muslim, Judge. I don’t adhere to sharia law and I think the eagerness of the media to kowtow and to impose the sharia and to punish any of those – those of us that say no is extremely disturbing and dangerous. I don’t think this conference was dumb. I think it was necessary.
Jihad? Sharia law? Endangering American lives? To Pamela Geller, it’s all about her.
Watch it below, from the May 9 Justice with Judge Jeanine.
Allen West thought Sharia Law was here because an underage checkout clerk at Walmart (who may or may not have been Muslim) wouldn’t sell him alcohol:
DEFINITION OF SHARIA LAW TO RIGHTWINGNUTS: Anything that inconveniences me