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[ September 23, 2017 ]

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[ September 23, 2017 ]

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[ September 23, 2017 ]

Berkeley Cancels Free Speech Week: Casus Belli

[ September 23, 2017 ]

Napolitano: Berkeley “Free Speech Week” to feature “controversial and noxious ideas”

[ September 23, 2017 ]

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[ September 23, 2017 ]

Oklahoma Muslim: “I felt oppressed so I beheaded her…That’s what Allah said in the Quran”

[ September 22, 2017 ]

A Stella Open Thread

[ September 22, 2017 ]

Vanity Fair: “Milo Yiannopoulos’s Fyre-Festival Free Speech Week Is Canceled, Says Everyone but Milo”

Pamela Geller, Breitbart News: “What’s Wrong with Donald Trump”


Donald Trump is wrong on the First Amendment. He’s wrong on the cornerstone of our democracy. The freedom of speech is elemental. If he doesn’t get that, he couldn’t possibly be a good President.

For a man who so very much enjoys his freedom to speak, his attack on our defense of it is curious. Trump calls me a “terrible messenger”; how would he know? Based on what, exactly? He hasn’t read my books, my blog, or the cases of our numerous First Amendment lawsuits. He opposed the Ground Zero mosque, a battle on which we were on the forefront.

Your thoughts? Comment here.

“What’s Wrong with Donald Trump,” By Pamela Geller, Breitbart, July 10, 2015
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Donald Trump has catapulted to the top of the Republican Party Presidential polls because he saying in plain language what so many are thinking about immigration. Immigration is out of control, and even most Republicans are so afraid of the “Latino vote” that the immigration issue has become the third rail. But Trump has numerous weaknesses – notably a huge blind spot about the jihad threat, including a disturbing willingness to kowtow to jihadist intimidation and surrender the freedom of speech.

And as always with Trump, it all goes back to his business interests.

After the jihad attack on our free speech event in Garland, Texas, Trump fumed:

I think it’s terrible, and we have to act very strongly. But I will say, I watched Pam prior, and it looked like she’s just taunting everybody. What is she doing drawing Muhammad?…And it looks like she’s actually taunting people — and it’s disgusting that it happened and everything else. But why are they doing [sic] drawing Muhammad? Isn’t there something else they can draw?”

He also said:

I mean it’s disgusting. Isn’t there something else they could be doing? Drawing Muhammad?…They can’t do something else? They have to be in the middle of Texas doing something on Muhammad and insulting everybody? What is she doing? Why is she doing it? It’s probably very risky for her — I don’t know, maybe she likes risk? But what the hell is she doing?

Megyn Kelly subsequently asked him about those remarks, and he said: “I think Pam Geller is a terrible messenger. I think she’s terrible. We have enough problems without taunting and driving everybody crazy.”

Kelly gave him the opportunity to reconsider his sharia outburst. Perhaps Donald had time to rethink his initial knee-jerk reaction and give thoughtful consideration to the implications of his dangerous position. He had weeks to investigate and educate himself between his initial remarks on May 4 and his appearance on The Kelly File on May 21. Weeks. But no, he dug himself in even deeper. 

Kelly challenged him: “What do we stand for as Americans if not for freedom of speech, ability to express yourself, this speech in particular which was in defiance, it’s like the cartoon that won the contest it had Muhammad standing there saying you can’t draw me and the person looking up to him saying, that’s why I draw you.” But Trump doubled down, insisting: “I’m not the only Conservative Republican that feels this way. They’re lucky to be alive. Why with all the problems we have, why taunt?”

It isn’t about taunting, Mr. Trump. It’s about defending the freedom of speech against violent intimidation.

Trump, meanwhile, is under fire for his remarks on Mexican immigrants. Because of them, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has launched a comprehensive investigation of Trump holdings. Trump said: “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”

Trump was taunting Mexicans, was he not?

And while what  de Blasio is doing is outrageous and wrong, Trump cannot complain. He’s a “terrible messenger.”

The case of Donald Trump is one of the basic freedom of speech, in New York and in America in general. For everyone, not just for the Donald.

What Trump clearly doesn’t understand is that the freedom of speech is the foundation of a free society. Without it, a tyrant can wreak havoc unopposed, while his opponents are silenced.

Putting up with being offended is essential in a pluralistic society in which people differ on basic truths. If a group will not bear being offended without resorting to violence, that group will rule without any opposition being possible, for all others will be living in fear, curtailing their activities to appease the violent group. This results in the violent group being able to tyrannize the others.

Islamic law forbids criticism of Islam, Quran, and Muhammad. If they cannot be criticized in the United States, then we are in effect accepting Islamic law as overriding the freedom of speech. Is that what Donald Trump wants? This would establish Muslims as a protected class and prevent honest discussion of how Islamic jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism.

What is behind Trump’s willingness to abandon the freedom of speech? Money – lots of Trump money, in Muslim countries. Arabian Business reported in 2014 that in Dubai, “the Trump Estates includes more than 100 luxury villas overlooking a Trump-branded golf course.” When a journalist asked him, “Mr. Trump, the workers who build your villas make less than $200 a month. Are you satisfied?,” Trump refused to answer.

Trump has extensive holdings in Dubai. His golf club there was voted “the Best Golf Development in the Middle East.” Lawrence Glick, the executive vice president of strategic development for The Trump Organization, explained how Trump sees Dubai as a huge money-making opportunity: “When you take a look at our database, which is millions of customers that buy two-plus homes all over the world, one of the places they want to come to is Dubai. It’s kind of like a Beverly Hills meets Las Vegas.”

And that makes it clear why Trump, while addressing immigration, doesn’t speak about the hundreds of thousands coming over from Muslim nations unvetted, battle-hardened from jihad. And while he viciously attacks me for refusing to adhere to Islamic law, what has he said about the Indian national who was charged in the United Arab Emirates with “insulting Islam?” Dubai is the UAE’s most populous city. He has also not said a word about the American who was jailed in the UAE for “cyber slander against Islam.”

At his announcement of his presidential candidacy, Trump said this about the Islamic State (ISIS): “And, I can tell, some of the candidates, they went in. They didn’t know the air-conditioner didn’t work. They sweated like dogs. They didn’t know the room was too big, because they didn’t have anybody there. How are they going to beat ISIS? I don’t think it’s gonna happen.”

The fact is that Donald Trump struck a chord when he spoke out on immigration. He said a lot of things that a lot of people are thinking, and the fact is that immigration is a critical issue, particularly now, with our national security hanging by a thread. 

But he’s wrong on the First Amendment. He’s wrong on the cornerstone of our democracy. The freedom of speech is elemental. If he doesn’t get that, he couldn’t possibly be a good President.

America would be hard-pressed to trust a President with extensive investments in sharia nations.

Pamela Geller is the President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), publisher of and author of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America and Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. Follow her on Twitter here. Like her on Facebook here

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  • sheikyermami

    Well, that wasn’t all that hard to figure out, was it? Arab money talks, and the Donald is “in the bag”. He can dump on Mexicans, and its funny how they give him a dose of his own medicine. But he doesn’t dare to dump on Muslims, because of his extensive business interests. Just like Bloomberg and so many others. Totally compromised, all of them. And thats why Trump doesn’t want Pamela Geller to engage in cartoon contests. It could damage his business interests. His Arab partners expect him to take a clear stand, which is what he did. That’s why Trump is not our guy.

    • Fitzroy Jim

      We call it a, ‘conflict of interests’ in Oz. Is it the same for you guys?


      Richest man in the world is Carlos Slim – a Mexican.

      • Ruth Rodriguez

        So, why doesn’t he help his own country.

        • Feet2Fire

          Great question!

      • spin43

        Who wants more Mexicans invading America so they can receive an Obama Phone, which he sells. He gives the Regime good press from his newspaper-NYT.

    • rockyh77

      Our country has been servants of the Saudi Royals since the Clintons took office. We have yet to break their control. So to beat Trump over his lack of aggression against these scum makes no sense. You don’t see the media out for Trump already? He is by far the best chance at keeping the Bush and Clinton Dynasty from actioning our country.

      • Ruth Rodriguez

        Well, at least he does not have a prayer rug#

      • Le Hunt

        Uh, way before that. The Bush family has been in bed with the saudis for decades. One of them was even referred to lovingly by Barbara as ‘Bandar Bush’. Thinking that one side is lily white and the other dirty is wrong — both sides want to screw us one way or another.

  • NYgal

    Pam, Trump wasn’t anti-illegal immigration when he was employing illegals on his building sites. The man is a self promoter who believes that what’s good for a Trump is good for the U.S.

    • Paul767

      Far too glib. He doesn’t hire the workers, because he uses contractors to do his buildings. They are required by law to hire legals. If they are illegal, then it is with false papers, something the LEFT encourages and ensures they can get away with. Being in business is a snake pit, and if you’ve never signed the front of a paycheck then you’ve no argument to stand on.

      This is the LEFT’s current attack on him BTW. Are you willing to carry their water? Or are you a TROLL?

      • NYgal

        No, I simply remember articles in the NY Post, years ago, when Trump was building 5th Ave Trump Tower that he not only employed illegal Polish workers, but that he also wanted to cheat them out of their wages.

        The fact that Trump has the right message on immigration and China trade doesn’t mean that he believes it, just that he knows what we want to hear.

  • LarryC

    I agree Pam. He is OK with muslim terrorists who want to slaughter people at a free-speech art exhibition and contest, but then he goes hard-core against the Mexicans. I would take a million mexican drug-dealers over the Islamists any time! They are much more safe and peaceful.

  • TheSnapDude


    • Bronish

      Ahhh! Yes! Steller Geller!

  • Roger

    I hate what Trump said about Pamela and it troubles me. The only reason we didn’t hear what the others had to say is because they didn’t have the balls to say what they were thinking(good or bad).
    I don’t care if the GOP nominates an Orangutans, I will vote for that person. If we lose this one, the country as we know it is done. If we can pull this election off we can keep our rights.

    Just my opinion.
    Semper Fidelis

  • vlparker

    One thing I learned a long time ago is that political rhetoric is meaningless. It never ceases to amaze me how many people hang on every word coming out of a politicians’s mouth while they’re on the campaign trail. Especially when their political record belies their rhetoric. Trump, not being a politician, has no voting record to examine, so we have to look elsewhere to gauge him. His Middle East business interests and his criticism of Pamela and the Mohammad cartoon contest tells me all I need to know. If Trump won’t stand against Islam then he is unfit to be POTUS.

  • Gary

    “America would be hard-pressed to trust a President with extensive investments.”

    That is certainly something to ponder.

    IMO, Cruz is better. Jindahl and West seem good (althiugh I do t think West is running). Pretty sure Trump would be better than Obama or Hillary.

    • Gary

      “…extensive investments in sharia nations…” (correction)

      Is Dubai all that “sharia”? Just asking because they have to fight jihadis all the time.

      • IslamDownpressesHumanity

        Dubai: where izlamic blasphemy and heresy laws are enforced. Where foreign workers have no civil rights to speak of. There is no freedom of religion or freedom of speech in Dubai — as is the case in the rest of the izlamic world.

    • Paul767

      I see The Donald’s wealth as a positive thing in that he is not beholden to any outside influence. He’s also been willing to take financial hits over his immigration stance and he doesn’t back down. He has made numerous statements against muslims if you listen to his longer speeches, and been critical of the politicians who are appeasers. He was opposed to the Cordoba mosque. I just think his initial reaction to Garland was that there were better ways of doing what Pamela is doing, but he is wrong on that, and he is blunt and shoots from the hip.

      Pamela, you should call him up and have a face to face. He’s a smart guy and if you listen to his speeches, is not afraid to admit he misjudged. He will do so publicly, you’ll see. It’s an important issue you’re shining a spotlight on, and you of all people can enlighten him some more.

      I also wanted to say to you in Garland, but for obvious reasons didn’t get the chance: Ayn would be proud of what you’re doing. Go girl!

  • atl slayer

    Just keep in mind that anyone,,, “running for president” or any other office seeks your permission to rule you, or your permission to rule those you oppose, either way you submit to their decisions and forfeit you own. So by all means keep “voting”, its working out pretty good,?

    “shakes head” :/

  • Dennis

    The underlying message from your commentary Pam is simply whether our electorate can expect that candidate to act in the best interests of the U.S.A. Can anyone with substantial investments in and/or contacts with foreign nations lead with an ability to decide relevant issues with the first consideration being what is best for this nation. We, the electorate, need to ask all the candidates that set of questions. While being prosperous is always an outcome, certain issues need to be addressed from the point of view: is it best for the nation and its people? I believe that Trump was wrong in what he said as outlined in your comments. I believe what he said about immigration needed to be said as you acknowledge in your comments. I sincerely believe that this nation, a nation of many cultures of divergence, is losing what I believe America has been all about. We are a people whose immigrant ancestors ASSIMILATED into what America was all about. They did not abandon their culture, but they blended into our society with the watchword always being America first and their culture made livable by making it blend into the conclusion that America’s civil society and acceptance of tolerance of all, and good neighborliness, was the expectation here. I believe that the Islamic belief system is, as practiced by many and taught, not consistent with an ability to ASSIMILATE into American society. They have a belief system that if practiced in an orthodox manner will effectively create a culture which cannot accept what this nation is all about. They (those of Islamic culture) should not let that happen, and we (non-Muslims) need to be always vigilant here that their belief system does not become the cancer here that it has become elsewhere. Our present leaders, in my opinion, especially our President, do not understand what the issues are. Therefore, they have no idea how and what needs to be done. We need to ask all of the candidates for leadership position what they believe needs to be done to preserve our Constitution and our great society, and we need then to choose those who not only recognize the problems facing us and the world, but give us the kind of answers as to what is best to do in dealing with those issues. Those answers will tell us whether that candidate would be adversely impacted by his or her investments with foreigners. Anything less would be suicidal for this nation as we have seen over the last seven years.

    • Paul Taylor

      well spoken dennis

    • Roger

      Great speech but the hell with the Islamist they are not going to ASSIMILATE. Who are you going to vote for that the real question. We lose this next election we won’t need to worry about Trump and his money. Trump is worth nine-billion; do you really think he’s out to steal your money?

    • Betty4440

      Dennis the problem we have right now is we don’t have a president we have a muslim in the white house. and he racist. when it suits him. he picks who he sides with. he is not for AMERICA NEVER HAS AND NEVER WILL BE. HE IS A MUSLIM FIGHTING TO MAKE THIS A MUSLIM COUNTRY. WITH IN HE IS 8 YEARS IN OFFICE. HE HAS DONE NOTHING GOOD FOR THIS COUNTRY. to me a president of this country should. be for AMERICA AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE FIRST AND FOREMOST. YOU CAN CALL THE LITTLE o the president if you like. but he is not and never has been mine.when you have a president that tells a muslim country I am one of you. and another time tells a muslim country. the future should not belong to those that slander the prophet. the future and others he is talking about is you, me, Pam, Robert, or any one else that has any thing to say against the so called prophet. islam, and the qur’an. so be my guest and call him your president if you want. we are still some what a free country.

      • Dennis

        I certainly recognize where you are coming from. You will get no argument from me that president Obama’s conduct, especially based on his upbringing, has often shown favoritism to Islamic society to the detriment of many of our allies, which has contributed to a failure of many other countries to not see and combat the worldwide creeping and metastasizing cancer of orthodox Islam, which I have said is a belief system that is not compatible with what this country is all about, but the damage has been done. I am hoping that our electorate will also come to that conclusion that he was a very bad choice and that he was not vetted properly by both his party and those who voted for him, since I believe that had the electorate known who this man was, and how he thought, he never would have been elected. The problem does not end with him. We have legislators who also do not have the ability to see what is best for this country. I see them as cowards (and incompetent), whose only interest is to make a financial windfall out of their professional political career. We need to choose only those who have leadership ability and can prove that their interests are for the betterment of this country, not their pocketbook or any belief system that would violate our Constitutional system. Unfortunately, we are, to some extent, controlled by political parties and those organizations control many aspects of our electoral system, leaving us sometimes with bad choices. That needs to be fixed as well. I would love to see a rethinking done by our political parties to the end that they likewise recognize that they must choose the right thinking candidate to put before the electorate.It IS up to us to choose wisely!

  • swpbbls

    “Trump has extensive holdings in Dubai.”

    Well — that explains the selective taunting or silence mystery.

    I guess money can enslave. Who would have thunk it?

    • Paul Taylor

      me ill never vote for another man that dont claim outloud the Lord Jesus Christ no matter what…i’ve learned how easily this country can be dismantled militarily, spiritually, morally ,financially and physically…this trend must stop or we will become slaves within a cpl yrs.

  • Fitzroy Jim

    Just two sentences sum-up the whole article.

    “And as always with Trump, it all goes back to his business interests.”


    “America would be hard pressed to trust a President with extensive investments in sharia nations.”

    BEWARE THE WOLF DRESSED IN SHEEPS CLOTHING, you’ve already been caught twice with an Islam appeaser.

    • Fromafar

      BTW, he ( The Donald), has been one of the largest donors to the DEMOCRATIC PARTY in recent years. HRC and Bill, were at his last wedding. He’s directly given her large donations.

  • EJO

    I agree with Miss Geller. I have had these same thoughts. Trump’s criticizing of the cartoon contest in Texas is conspicuously hypocritical when placed next to his current remarks about Illegal aliens.

    It seems as though he is perfectly fine letting loose with bombastic comments to people who can’t hurt him financially, or who won’t threaten / try to kill him. While at the same time sticking up for, and making excuses for, folks who can hurt him badly in several ways.
    I was going to say that Trump would still make a better President than Obama, but then I realized that that wasn’t much of a compliment. Because almost any body could do that.

    Even me.

  • Tatonka

    Very disappointing.
    And then i thought Trump might be the one to turn this thing around!
    I guess the old saying applies…again.
    If it looks to good to be true…….
    I guess not.


    His Miss America Pagents.

  • vincent bruce

    Pamela you are taunting muslims, Mr.Trump has a gentleman’s manner of never taunt, but strike without warning.
    Trump does have your back though, he knows where you’re coming from but he thinks you are putting yourself in danger.
    Pam I think a ” Praise Aisha Day ” to draw
    posters of mohamhed’s last supper – justice served

    To honor the day mohamhed’s 6 yr old bride, Aisha Poisoned her Molester mohamhead.
    Aisha the final messenger for mohamhed.
    It would be educational instead of taunting

  • Paul Taylor

    trump dont understand the issue which is FREE SPEECH!!!!!

  • Commieobamie

    So, trump is WRONG on the Free Speech issue with islamo moslim SLIME. I 100% agree. He is stating it for his business interests. Tell me which other Republican contender has it right? The ONLY ones I know of are Sarah Palin, Allen West, and Michele Bachmann, but they’re not running. So hate the Donald for hating Pamela and kowtowing to islamos, but don’t cut him down so much that the SLIME Bush, Rubio, and other weak islamo apologists win the nomination.

    • KimWilde

      Commieobamie, trump is a close friend of the clintons & the demoncraps. Follow the money, he is a large contributor to them.

    • Ruth Rodriguez

      You are right, Trump is #1 in the polls, and their panties are in a wad!

    • Fromafar

      Rubio is not weak on Islamists. Bush would be coddling them just like Big Bro and Dad did….

  • idontknow

    trump is muslim suck up, who knew, seems like is on point on other subjects, donald wtf? are u stupid?

    • vincent bruce

      Trump is clear on the destruction of isis
      Building the military, creating jobs, and much more. I really hope the future is in the hands of a patriotic American dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal, and can be prosperous citizens, with all the rights and duties as citizens.

      • Cate

        Indeed, Vincent!!

      • KimWilde

        Trump is nothing but a shill for hillbilly. Do your homework before you sound like a sheeple.

        • vincent bruce

          I’ll take him anyway, he’s a loud and aggressive capitalist, he won’t kowtow to anybody once he has the might of the USA ‘s position to deal from.
          To have peace talks with Iran for openers.

          Iran must cease and desist in terrorist activities .

          after 1 yr of peace from Iran negotiations begin

        • vincent bruce

          Good idea for me, thank you, I can be compulsive.

  • realetybytes

    “Why taunt? ” Exercising freedom of speech is American, @realDonaldTrump! Forcing the murderous savages into the open, the same as you did with the border, is how you bring attention, @realDonaldTrump. NO ONE in the world has any right or reason, ESPECIALLY under threat of violence, to silence a free American, @realDonaldTrump! The idea of drawing them is to force them into the open so we can shoot them dead. If you don’t understand that, @realDonaldTrump, you don’t deserve to speak with Americans, let alone lead them!

  • Roger

    We lose the next election and Trump and his nine-billion is not going to be so important.
    You vote in a poor man; he’ll steal our money. No doubt, a rich man (Trump) will try and make more money. The others, the politicians will trade their votes for money and favors to the other side to keep their jobs.
    We better not lose this next election or Donald Trump making more money will be the least of our worries.
    Choose you poison.

    Lead, follow or get the hell out of the way.

    • Phil Harrell

      You’re right I’ll even vote for Bush but i think itll be a landslide for us. We killed the last 2 midterms but we need a fighter that ridicules Hillary and will call obama the lying traitor that he is.

    • LindaRivera

      Have you not heard of presidential candidate, Bobby Jindal? He speaks out about the dangers of Islam.

      • Roger

        If he gets the nomination I’ll vote for him.

  • Robert Bayer

    Pam .. keep the focus on Islamic oppression … that will help unite us far more …Trump is far more likely to restore our military to a position where we will triumph over Islamic madness than just about anyone out there. I don’t consider Trump ideal by any means but at least he gets the border issue right and he is about the only one with the guts to talk about the need to defend America.
    If he doesn’t understand your position, who among the candidates does? Who else is out there saying the AFDI and Pam Geller are what it is all about? The strategic decision to use cartoons without issues is NOT helping at all.
    Pam, you are brave, patriotic, right on everything .. except showing the Mohammad cartoons simply to stick your thumb in the eyes of the Muslims. Yes .. you are communicating the atrocities better than anyone else .. But the MSM will drum up this ISLAM HATING RACISTS TAUNT ISLAM FOR NO REASON angle every chance they get, like they are doing with Trump here. .. They will make Islam look like the victim here. Yes, I agree you have the right to show the cartoons without a single issue but that doesn’t make it the smart move.
    Freedom of Speech is meaningless unless you are protesting something specifically. And the MSM Pro-Islamic forces are going to use issue-less cartoons to make those who stand up to Islam look like the unjust “racist” haters (totally untrue but .. why give them that ammunition if you don’t have to?!).
    You are not surrendering on your principles if you simply show the Mohammed drawings in conjunction with Islamic oppression and murder. But you will be making your message more powerful.
    It doesn’t have to be like this .. Keep the focus on what ISLAMIC HORRORS are taking place.. Put cartoons of Mohammed that protest these horrors directly. Force the MSM to cover these horrors by using the cartoons to protest the specific evils of Islam:


    • Cate

      I agree with you about Trump, Robert. I personally think Trump would make a terrific president. He’s narcissistic and pompous – but he loves this country! And he doesn’t give a rats behind about political correctness. He calls it as he sees it – and I for one, LOVE that. I want someone on my side that has the cojones to actually get things done – and protect this country with all he has at his disposal.

      As for Pamela, I truly wished I could have been there for the cartoon contest. She has cojones too, and I LOVE that!!! You GO girl!!

      • Robert Bayer

        Complete agreement Cate .. They both have exceptional courage …. Yes .. Trump is pompous but I love how he has stood up to the MSM hit interviewers .. Pamela also is wonderful in speaking to the truth that can save our nation. They are both intensely trying to save our nation. I hope in the future there will be greater understanding between them.

      • Paul A Hall

        Narcissists love no one but their own. His foreign policy would be predicted on his own profit not on what is good for America!

        • Robert Bayer

          When you get a better choice .. let us all know …

          • Paul A Hall

            Getting A good candidate may require Devine intervention. For you narcissistic nihilists, anarchists or atheistic bombasts IT STILL MAY REQUIRE DEVINE INTERVENTION!!!! So get over it!! Gotcha bitches!!! ? hahaha

          • Robert Bayer

            Thanks for confirming you cannot even answer a simple question. Also thank you for confirming that you are incapable of a reasoned argument. Yet your place as the village gibbering idiot is most certainly secure. ;)

          • Paul A Hall

            What is simple about a choice among the current candidates! They will say just about anything to attract extremists! I apologize if my attempt at reality tinged humor didn’t tickle your funny bone. Your inability to see the complexity of any answer to your question and my joke about that says volumes about your intellectual ability not mine. If you want to go head to head intellectually I will accept. If however you choose to accept my apology for not applying a more humorous reply to your question then we can peacefully resolve hurt feelings. Relying on divine intervention to help us pick the right candidate may be the only way to get a candidate that won’t destroy us. Have a nice day!

          • Robert Bayer

            Let me explain why I am sensitive to this issue .. but it is longwinded .. so stop reading at any point ..
            You see .. the thing is .. thousands have been murdred or raped .. and hundreds of these are children .. the illegals themselves .. And these holding centers were also he11 holes .. And the drugs are still pouring in from the cartels who are also doing most of the mayhem and murder .. and add to that that hardcore gang members are being given financial aid and get out of prison cards after committing fellonies …
            Well the not so quick and short of it is .. so much devastation to our nation’s citizens … even before you start considering the costs of welfare, food stamps, medical care, and the jobs that will be lost to the newcomers …. that there is not much room for humor or patience on my part since NO OTHER CANDIDATE has even been willing to breathe a word about keeping the illegals out ..
            It bothers the hell out of me …and the fact that none of the candidates nor congress are willing even to consider what our current POTUS is doing is outright treason .. blood on his hands many times over .. that .. well … to hear even one person like Trump say that something needs to be done to stop the *invasion” … got me on his side .. because this issue is too important to let go of .. If THE WALL is built . a lot of good things will happen .. More jobs for Ameican citizens .. More financial resources for American citizens .. Drug Cartels will be hindered .. and so will the Islamic terrorists ..

          • Paul A Hall

            I appreciate your response. On the face of things I don’t disagree with what you have written. Drugs and the violence that is married to it occurs on a massive basis no matter who is president because the criminal activity is the responsibility of American citizens as well. The market would not exist without the sickness of the American drug culture.
            The percentage of criminals coming across the border is minimal compared to the numbers coming here for economic advancement. The market in the USA for illegal aliens from Mexico has been a necessary condition for decades to get workers to do jobs that US citizens would not do. American employers created the market, it wouldn’t exist without them.
            The vast majority of people that come here illegally are very hard workers, decent human beings who broke our laws to get better jobs.
            We now have more border guards then ever before with a border fence longer than it’s ever been, giving us the ability to stop more illegal immigration then ever before. Mr trumps statement was hyperbola demonizing a hard working people for his political gain. I’ve read recently that his companies have hired undocumented workers as well. He stated that it was very possible.
            The illegal immigration problem is very complex and will not be solved by demonizing Mexicans.
            Have a great day!

          • NYgal

            Ted Cruz

          • Robert Bayer

            I like Ted Cruz … I will note that he has flip flopped at times or gives the impression that he is a true politician. I recall him going to the border to give soccer balls to the unaccompanied children crossing. I see that as a bad thing but I will also say his heart seems to be in the right place and that he was the one who did the 1-man filibuster to stop Obamacare. Anyway .. Good choice NYgal … Only a few candidates could even be considered and TC is one of the tem.

        • carol

          Like this president has done and do not forget the bad boy Clinton and how much have they profited?

    • Paul A Hall

      Ms Geller is right about drawing Muhammad! The murderous response shows the insane nature of a religion that says it is peaceful. A cartoon breaks their veneer of civilized victims of everyone else’s violence and misunderstanding! It shows the nature of the beast! A belief that cannot be questioned, disagreed with or laughed at without the result being decapitation, burned alive, beaten to death, violence to whole families, jailed or decried as asking to be murdered must have it’s evil shown in it’s simplest form! The response in the west shows the cowardice, fear and complete denial of overwhelming evidence. Simplicity in presentation provides a better opportunity for awareness to happen.

      • Robert Bayer

        But note how the MSM is portraying this as simply a derogatory attack. And the focus then becomes the freedom of speech to use to insult the followers of Islam. I agree 100% the right to do that exists. I agree 100% that Islam shows itself to be barbaric in its response. But then the focus IS TAKEN OFF THE ATROCITIES of Islam .. the very real barbaric-conquer-the-world movement that is the horrific cult that is practiced by Muslims worldwide. Why give the MSM propagandists a chance to paint Islam as a victim here? Why not make sure the focus is always on the specific barbarity that Islam is evilly oppressing the world with? Use only cartoons that protest specific evils. This is what, in the end, what we all hate and wish to end ultimately.

        • Paul A Hall

          You make many valid points! Publishing a simple cartoon that isn’t an attack on the atrocities of Islam makes a pure statement about how insane their response is. That’s what may start to change peoples minds, that is what MS Geller is trying to do. By keeping reporting on atrocities a separate message the two pronged attack gives a basic awareness of the disparity between a simple cartoon message and their murderous hysterical response then builds on the readers understanding by presenting factual reports that corporate media and PC politicians have tried to minimize or distort the pattern of connected terrorist supremacist activity. Simplicity creates a awareness for changing opinions, hard facts change belief systems.

    • Ruth Rodriguez

      I hope Trump covers that issue in the debates because none of the other bloated drunkards and liars will not.

  • mackykam

    Those moneyed arab ‘ interests’ would be happy to slaughter Trump’s Jewish grandchildren in a heartbeat. That’s right! Trump’s daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism, married a religious Jewish man, and is raising her children in religiously Jewish manner.

    • IslamDownpressesHumanity

      Sarcastically speaking, that’s very unfair and islamophobic. Moe-ham-head didn’t slaughter all the Jews in Saudi Arabia, he kept some as slaves and even took one recently widowed Jewish woman as his own personal assistant.

  • vincent bruce

    Trump probably owns a beautiful secret getaway.
    He needs nothing.
    We have the opportunity to turn loose a natural born American
    He’s been involved in our culture for a long time, and the people know what they’d be getting, and frankly it’s about time.
    Our Constitution expresses our ideologies.
    obama has never appreciated that, he thinks his ideas are better.
    Mr.Trump is going to defend the Constitution

    And defend Freedom everywhere.


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  • DrMallard2

    For all his bravado, Trump never met money he didn’t love. Then again, this fellow who happily cites his business acumen is the same one who went bankrupt about 20 years back by overextending himself into that casino facade Potamkin village called Atlantic City – and the only reason he didn’t go down for the count was because he’d borrowed so much that he’d become basically a financial black hole, who’d pull everyone into oblivion with him unless they bailed him out. Which, of course, they did.
    Now would YOU want someone who could pull a stunt like that running your country ‘like a business’, to use one of his favourite phrases?

    • Ruth Rodriguez

      Would be a h### of a lot better than what is in there now.

      • carol

        sure agree there and he is a business man and the proof is in the pudding.Maybe he can make us a great country again and he for sure has done it for himself so why can’t he for the good old USA

  • IslamDownpressesHumanity

    Trump has izlamic-nazi collaborator writ large on his forehead.

  • Mark Maehle

    Someone please suggest to me which pres. candidate will say no to the Saudi getting ready to bribe our gov. w/32 billion! The Saudis are trying to Islamize the US.

    • Paul A Hall

      Harry Truman

      • Ruth Rodriguez

        If Harry were POTUS right now, there would not be an isis.

  • Warren

    Unless we want to end up like UK and France and other European countries and having our daughters pimped by Muslims, we better not tolerate even a smidgeon of sharia in America.

  • Drew the Infidel

    Though it is highly unlikely Trump will be the eventual Republican nominee or any other integral part of the government after 2016, you have to admit it is gratifying to watch him ruffle the feathers of the stodgy old RINO establishment. He is “kicking asses and taking names” and saying what millions are thinking on several fronts. It is also hilarious Reince Preibus, RNC head, is telling Trump to tone it down. In addition to being the equivalent of farting in a hurricane, who would listen to campaign advice from a party functionary who never so much as ran for sheriff?

    • Jim Pawlowski Whiskey 211

      Hey, don’t be knockin’ the office of County Sherriff!

      That is the highest office in the land.

      (That includes POTUS and congress…preemption or otherwise ( which are only “color of law.” See Amendment VII.)
      Why, you ask? Why would that be?
      Because he or she is directly answerable to you, the body politic.
      All to the course of the Common Law, common law jurisdiction of the States and Counties…The Law of the Land! Your own Brass Roots: the fully armed, property owning citizenry…of your own county…in accord with the Common Law, based in the natural law of individual self-preservation, self-reliance, and self-determination…your individual rights to life liberty and property: FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Not some feudal / royalist bullshit. Be it islamoNazi, commun-nazi, or Royalist Britunculi.
      Reorder, reform your priorities. Realize federal government cannot protect your Liberty…admiralty jurisdiction is its only power…given to it by the States, united. Waste little time on who should be anointed your next sphincter-fuhrer in the white house and focus on re-establishing 3100 reinforced common law counties and sheriff departments who stand by your fundamental rights against ALL comers! Especially punk-ass juvenile savages who never stood up in real war against armed warrior citizenry.
      Support your Local Sherriff…or get one who truly stands for Liberty.
      That is the final form of checks and balance established by the Founding Fathers for all of you in Flyover Country. Those guys are still light years ahead of today’s “cutting edge” intellectuals, with all due respect.
      Sincerely, Jim

  • notme123

    Well I guess I can cross the Donald off my like list…:)

  • Ted I Lewis

    Thank you PAM! I was becoming one of Trumps biggest supporters! Thank you so much for tell me and countless others where he really stands! Now, with your information, will be his biggest pain in the butt! How he could go against our Constitution, and cry about illegals, is unbelievable! SCREW HIM !

  • durabo

    Trump is an arrogant, self-serving, very wealthy, horse’s arse, but he is the only one among the Repugnican (including RINO) castrati to clearly state that our dear Republic has been invaded by Mexican and other Latino criminals who become Entitlementarians as soon as the illegally step across the border.

  • Joe1938

    Donald best get his act together re “the religion of peace”!

  • Chip Murray

    Personally, I think there’s more right with The Donald…although any softness on Islam would be a deal-breaker for me!

  • No Quarter

    To answer the don’s question? “Why can’t they draw something else”? Well don, we can draw “whatever” we choose to draw here in America and we chose whats his name, the nut job that moslems are all crazy about. Maybe we should have a draw the “Donald” contest, imagine the security we would need for that event!!

  • rockyh77

    He is the only non-politician, non-lawyer in the running. So he can’t draw fire from the media on all subjects. The borders are priority number 1. As for being bought and paid for both the Bushes and Clinton’s are in the pocket of the Saudi-Royals. At least Trump is not a Wahhabi Muslim like our present commander and caliph.

    I see Trump as the best choice by far. But then I see the files in WTC#7 and the copy of those files at the most secured section of the Pentagon destroyed on 911 worth review by their caretaker the FBI. But that’s just because I was notified by them and told they were going to pursue the criminal organization they involved shortly before 911.

    For the love of God do not vote for Hillary.

    Donald Trump will take action. Once he has some dealings he will come around on the Muslim issue. Even Jefferson changed his opinion of the Muslim’s once he had direct dealings with them when he was an ambassador.

    Trump our present puppet leaders.

    • IslamDownpressesHumanity

      How did Jefferson change his opinion of musswein? Do you mean when he went to war w/them for piracy?

      • rockyh77

        While Ambassador to France he approached a Muslim dignitary to ask for help in ending the piracy and slave taking from free /American ships. He was told the religion told the Muslims they have the right to do these things. It was the first riff between Jefferson and Adams that I have found. At the time Jefferson exclaimed we must declare war this faith until it is wiped off of the world. Adams replied that if we start a war with such a large religion we will fight it forever. Jefferson said then we had best start now.

        One of his first acts as President was the war you speak of. That is where the Marines covered their throats with leather to prevent being easily beheaded. It earned the Marines the nickname of “leathernecks”. When Jefferson left office the Congress returned to paying tribute to keep the Muslims from piracy.

        • IslamDownpressesHumanity

          So that’s where the “shores of Tripoli” line comes from in the song?

          • rockyh77

            IDH, yes, exactly. It is also what prompted Jefferson to say “Millions on defence not a penny to tribute”. Presently we are paying for a war with Syria to allow the Saudi to build a natural gas pipeline across that nation. The tribute we have paid to Islam and supportive religions would stagger most Americans imaginations.

    • Ruth Rodriguez

      If biden chooses to run hildabeast will not stand a chance. It would REALLY put the screws to her. But she is done, too many lies, the AMERICAN PEOPLE are not going to vote for her, and I pray that I am right.

      • rockyh77

        Biden is nothing but a professional politician. He is so incompetent he is back up to Obama only to assure Obama does not get assassinated. I have yet to hear an answer to a question from Biden without his taking over an hour to step around answering it.

        • Ruth Rodriguez

          Yes you are correct, but what I ment was that h would have to say a lot of things against o that would not set right at this point, think about it for a moment.

    • Paul767

      Actually, Dr. Carson is a non-lawyer, non-politician…..I’m just not sure he would be tough enough.

      Bobby Jindal is tough on Immigration, but nobody is looking his way at the moment.

      • rockyh77

        Thanks, Paul, good point. I do believe Trump has the best chance of defeating Hillary and Bush both of wich I believe would lead our nation into a death spiral. It is obvious to me the elite are planning to tie the US military down in Korea while Islam marches on Israel.
        Trump has the best plan domestically by far. I believe he will handle the Muslim threat once he is updated on it. I just do not believe Carson and produce a knockout punch to Hillary or Bush.

        • Paul767

          Rocky: I watched his speech to the Maryland Republicans (hour long) and he severely criticized this administration regarding the Iran “negotiations” and how they are “fighting” ISIS. I don’t have any doubt he would restore our military, He also said he would make the Saudis pay for our fighting on their behalf in Yemen. He pointed out the stupidity of the disconnect between our fighting Iran in Yemen, and not including that in the negotiations, also about American citizens being held in Iran, which he would put as a high priority. If they didn’t want to negotiate, he would walk away and double or triple the sanctions.

          He is a very bad public speaker, sort of “stream of consciousness”, which is funny because he criticized Obama for having to use a teleprompter, said politicians should be outlawed from using a teleprompter, and he vowed never to use one. Said we would have seen just how stupid Obama is if he had to give his speeches without one, and he would never have gotten elected.

          I don’t like it at all that he criticized Pamela, I was at Garland that day, for the express purpose of standing up with her to expose the muslim ideology as not-a-religion.

          I’m sorry Pamela, but I like Trump and think he would rally the rest of the American people, just a you rally us. I think you should call him up and have a face to face and he would like you, and agree with what you are doing. Just a half hour would do it, he’s not a stupid person. Two New Yorkers fighting for the same thing would work for me.

          • rockyh77

            Paul767 well said and you make excellent points. We must all be willing to eat a little humble pie to fight the greatest threat to our nation. I too appreciate Pamela’s work. Robert Spencer was removed from his post of training our elite in the FBI and other agencies by the present Commander and Caliph. It would be great if Pamela would have Robert available by a phone if she meets with Trump. I would advise Mr. Trump to seek out Erik Prince for personal security. One more point with the money and power in place now it would be disastrous for Trump to go after any specific enemies during this election. The press would stake him out and the sheep would follow. Remember Herman Cain?

  • Patriot Girl

    None of the contenders have said shit about the Muslim problem in America! The wholesale dumping of the Muslim terrorists in minnesotastan, dearbornastan, nashvillestan, the list grow and is endless ! There dumping them in the beautiful clean land of Idaho, and it’s disgusting! Yet, they may pule and whine about ISIS, but no one has the stones to say anything about MB, CAIR, etc! Trump was 100% wrong about my hero Pam Geller, BUT he is addressing the worst immigration problem ever! And candidly! No one else has! But I’m sure he will kick out all that don’t belong including muzrats on the dole! I like his message about bringing back Americas greatness and it gives me hope.. I liked Cruz but he voted then backtracked on obolas trade deal.. But I do like his message but don’t think he is strong enough for the job we need done of throwing out the garbage, building a fence, and doubling down on these destrctive left wing groups which threaten our nation! But Pam Geller was 100% right to draw Mohammad! She’s a leader if great moral courage and it saddens me trump has been a bastard stupid and idiotic about her work! But they both have their missions and can work around the other and get the business of protecting American on the table!

  • BillyBob Bob

    Yes, he’s being two faced. However, contrary to how msm writes about his speech, this is obviously closer to what he meant (and said), “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime, their rapists.”

  • @protectedspeech

    no reason to believe Trump will not be aggressively exterminating radical islam– he was wrong to criticize geller, but i don’t believe that criticism reflects what his ACTION will be

  • Ruth Rodriguez


  • rockyh77

    Well does anyone know how Bobby Jindal feels about the Religion of Peace? I see no other choices but Donald Trump or Bobby Jindal at this time.

    • wildjew

      When the Republican debates turn to national security / foreign policy listen carefully to the candidate’s answers. I was shocked after the 2011 Iowa debate when Romney took up for the “Palestinian” jihadists and condemned Gingrich as a “bomb thrower” for saying they are terrorists, he wasn’t immediately disqualified by conservative leaders, conservative talk radio hosts, etc. We should not tolerate apologists for Islam like Trump, Christie, Jeb Bush whose foreign policy adviser is James Baker.

      • rockyh77

        The so-called Republic party have become neutered sheep all baah and no action. Our professional politicians on both sides have become auctioneers to lobbyist. Even lobbyist from other countries.
        Our best bet for president is Donald Trump, let’s support him.

        • wildjew

          I don’t think all the Republican candidates are neutered. Remember Donald Trump threw his hat in the ring in 2012 only to quit the race by saying: “I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election. I have spent the past several months unofficially campaigning and recognize that running for public office cannot be done half heartedly. Ultimately, however, business is my greatest passion and I am not ready to leave the private sector.”

          Why should we believe Trump is any more reliable today than he was then? Were you to ask Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer if Trump can be relied on to be strong on national security any more than Chris Christie, what do you think would be their answer? Watch Mr. Trump. Let’s see what he says and does as the weeks progress.

          • rockyh77

            Thanks, I appreciate your input. I am disgusted by the absolute lack of action by Congress. They could hold back funding. They could impeach Obama. But no they give lip service only. As typical politicians do. I’m sick of the climbing taxes. I got hit with what Obama views as too much income and it is costing me too much considering the hours and nights I spent working. Americans should not be punished for working long hours. We are turning socialist and I see no relief from the Bush family and absolutely none from the Clintons. At this time, to me it is a matter of keeping the Bushes and most of all the Clintons out of office.

          • wildjew

            Agreed. Why not wait for the debates to see how this shakes out. Let’s watch the Establishment long knives come out against the candidate or candidates who are most honest about the jihad as happened in 2012. Call me cynical. Karl Rove, Michael Savage, Elliott Abrams, Rush Limbaugh and other Establishment Republicans got behind Mitt Romney. Why should we expect anything different in 2016?

          • mjazzguitar

            I appreciate the fact that he met with the families whose members have been murdered by illegals. Most of the other candidates have been tripping all over themselves trying to please illegals.
            At the same time I agree with Pam and feel that islam is a barbaric cult that has no place in modern society.

          • wildjew

            Which of the candidates (beyond Bush, Graham, Christie, who else?) trip all over themselves trying to please illegals?

  • Guest

    Sounds like Geller and Trump should meet somewhere and have a summit. They are both talking past each other……

    • wildjew

      If Trump hasn’t figured it out nearly 14 years post 9/11/2001, what is there to meet and talk about?

    • Paul767

      I second that meeting. He HAS spoken out against muslims. Pamela, just pick up the phone and give him a call.

  • Mike Knox

    Arrogant Trump is all about making money. The way he speaks shows his contempt for the average person. His remarks about Pamela show what an utter fraud he is- another dangerous phony RINO.

  • Patricia

    . . . and meanwhile, . . . we are 4 DAYS out from the much bally-hoo’ed
    JADE HELM 15!

    Quite possibly the Donald (and other headline party hopefuls on both sides) will divert Americans’ minds off what will be happening in those JADE HELM 15 states that are classified as openly hostile to our government.

    > > > We are praying in Houston, TX and I ask the other citizens of America to pray for all of us.


    The Bushes had 12 years to fix the BORDER …….The Clintons had 8 years to fix the BORDER …………They failed …….Donald Trump 2016 ……….

  • wildjew

    When Donald Trump says the other candidates (Gov. Jindal, Sen. Cruz, Gov. Walker, etc.) are all talk and no action, he is projecting. None of these to my knowledge condemned Pamela or Robert, like Trump did. None of these men to my knowledge is an apologist for Islam like Donald Trump.

  • rockyh77

    Here is what Trump has said previously:

    As many churches as he’s been a part of, it seems that Trump isn’t really all that tolerant of other religions. He said of Muslims and the Koran:

    There‘s a lot of hatred there that’s someplace. Now I don‘t know if that’s from the Koran. I don‘t know if that’s from someplace else but there‘s tremendous hatred out there that I’ve never seen anything like it. So, you have two views. You have the view that the Koran is all about love and then you have the view that the Koran is, that there’s a lot of hate in the Koran.4

    He’s also said:

    Unfortunately, at this moment in time, there is a Muslim problem in the world.

    One religion Trump seems to think is not so wonderful is Islam.

    In the lead-up to the 2012 presidential election, Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly that there is a “Muslim problem.” “I don’t notice Swedish people knocking down the World Trade Center,” Trump said, and then moved on to the so-called Ground Zero mosque. “I came out very strongly against the mosque being built virtually across the street.”

    He also called for Barack Obama to produce his birth certificate. “People have birth certificates,” he told O’Reilly. ” … Now, he may have one, but there is something on that birth certificate — maybe religion, maybe it says he’s a Muslim.”

    But Trump assured O’Reilly there are many “fabulous Muslims” in the world.

    And Trump berated political activist Pamela Geller for launching a “Draw the Prophet” contest in Texas. “What is she doing drawing Muhammad? I mean it’s disgusting,” he said on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.” “Isn’t there something else they could be doing? Drawing Muhammad?”

    I can see the friction with Pamela but I have had the same issues with her when I gave her some information on the first terrorist act paid for my NY Muslim money starting on 7-9-82 as well as the files I had contributed to in Building 7 of the WTC and the copy at the Pentagon. I was surprised how bone headed she was that there were more than one set of hands involved in 911. I do appreciate all of her work. Fantastic. Robert Spencer is a wealth of knowledge also.
    I think there may be a bit of over reaction here do to Trumps ways. I do not see any reason that he would not be an outstanding President. Particularly if teamed with Bobby Jindal to keep his bearings “right” and to defeat any discussion of him hating immigrants.

  • pennant8

    I would say that taking down the Twin Towers gave the word ‘taunt” a whole new meaning.

  • marlene

    Besides many other reasons, I certainly don’t trust him on this one. I haven’t heard him say anything against the homegrown jihadists, CAIR, jihad-training mosques, Dearbornistan, sharia in the classroom. Maybe he’s getting some of that sow-di arabia money! He’s off my list where he earned a point for jobs, but now I don’t believe a word he says, even if it’s what i want to hear. I also will not vote for a candidate who does not have a voting record – there’s nothing to hold him to.

  • My Lord my Saviour

    UNTIL America (and the world!) turns to GOD there’ll be no peace – islam is not a man to man battle, this is a spiritual battle – Satan against God. The devil’s demons and human agents can be found strategically located in all the capitals of the world, where they attempt to influence rulers in favor of satanic policies (read Daniel 10:13). History abounds with the fruits of their labors. Satan exploits man’s arrogance by encouraging secular humanism, the believe that man himself, independent from God, can solve the problems of the world he lives in. Turn to Jesus Christ! Believe on the Son of God and you’ll have peace like no peace you’ve ever experienced before!

    Jesus Christ is Lord of lords and King of kings, Jewish Messiah and the Savior of Mankind.

    (Col 2:8 !)

    • Bronish

      I couldn’t have said it better! Amen, Brother.

    • Paul767

      I only have one beef with your ideas, which has been the flaw which allows the left to undermine America: ALTRUISM – “Sell all you have and give to the poor”. You have no philosophical arguments to defeat the left. So they win in the war of ideas. The best conservatives have ever come up with is “we agree with helping the poor….but our way is better! !! Pathetic.

  • Phil Harrell

    he’s a blowhard

  • LindaRivera

    Insulting everybody? Drawing Mohammad is insulting everybody? Mr. Trump are you insane? Every day, Muslims burn down church, perpetrate satanic atrocities, kidnap, rape and barbarically murder infidels all in the name of Mohammad’s god. In view of these evil acts being perpetrated against non-Muslim innocents for 1,400 years and continuing, please explain your, strange, twisted statement.

    The hundreds of millions of non-Muslims barbarically put to death by Muslims and the millions of non-Muslims captured for slaves and sex slaves by Muslims would NOT consider themselves insulted by the drawings.

  • byronmullet

    Pam’s assessment is right on. I would only add that Islam, Muhammad and the Quran are all highly provocative and offensive to me. It does not qualify to even be a religion in the first place because it is not free! America does NOT need another Islamic-Sharia apologist in the White House.

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  • Hector

    Wow, what an immense shock to know that Thrump made those statements against Pamela. Now, I don’t have any candidate running for president that I can respect and more importantly trust.

    • mjazzguitar

      That tempers my enthusiasm for him also.

      • Hector

        I know that Thrump has been on the Michael Savage radio program and they are good friends. I intend to comtact Mr Savage to see if he will have Thrump modify his comments against Pamela Geller in the true spirit of free speech that he is also enjoying. A couple of decades ago some atheists made the news nationwide when they displayed a figurine of Jesus Christ in a vial of urine and offended many christians but were not threaten with death for their basphemy of a christian deity. This should give pause to those un-informed of the reality and difference between christianty and islam behavior as it is practiced in our modern times. WHICH RELIGION IS MORE TOLERANT, CHRISTIANITY OR ISLAM, AND IF YOU HAVE A CHOICE, WHICH WOULD YOU RATHER LIVE UNDER IF YOU HAD NO CHOICE? A RELIGION THAT ONLY EXPRESSES RIGHTOUS ANGER, OR A QUICK DECAPITATION FROM SOME OFFENDED INAM FOR ANY AND ALL SHARIA LAWS. Right now I don’t know how to contact either Mr Savsge or Mr Thrump, so if anyone has that information it will be appreciated.

  • spin43

    Trump also has business interests in Mexico. He has angered Obama Phone-NYT-Slim.

  • donemyhomework

    Over the last thirty years, every time I vote, I DON’T vote for a candidate, I vote against the other candidate. Why does it always have to be the lesser of two evils?

    • mjazzguitar

      Everybody voted against øbama en masse and the gøp stabbed us in the back.
      I won’t stay home, but I’ll write someone in before I vote another RINO.
      If all they want to do is destroy America at a slower pace we might as well let the demo☭rats have at it.

      • donemyhomework

        I think the problem is money and they get more money when they get into office….Look at Obama, sitting on $111M. He didn’t have that going in. If I have my way, he won’t get to spend a penny of it, nor his wife or progeny. In the end, I’m just an angry American that hates what he sees right now. It’s like that movie Hunger Games. We lost something and now we have to fight to get it back.

  • rockyh77

    This Republic will not survive another Bush or Clinton, particularly the ruthless Clintons. Regardless of Pam’s verbal slap from Trump he is still the best choice by far for President because he can defeat all of the options.

    Once Trump finds out about the 28 known cells of Pakistani Muslim communities that law enforcement are scared to enter I believe he will take action. Give Trump a chance to see the Muslim threat up close. He is a successful businessman a skill direly needed in the white house. But being a workaholic he has not made close contact yet with Islam. When he does he will better appreciate Ms. Geller and Robert Spencer.

    Vote for Donald Trump

    • JUILLE

      I hope you’re right.


    When Trump fearlessly admits that the good cop bad cop routine that Islam is pulling on all of us ” infidels ” , with the same gusto as he does on the illegal immigrant problem , apologize publicly to Pamela for criticizing her for holding a draw the “prophet ” cartoon, which is freedom of speech, protected under the first Amendment .
    Only then should we give the Donald any consideration.

  • Fromafar

    The Donald is about “The Donald”……
    Pamela is about Freedom…….

  • F S

    Trump serves a purpose to highlight problems of illegal immigration and sanctuary cities, but he’s way too much of a loose canon to be taken seriously.

  • wildjew

    Over at Breitbart:


    Andy osnard • 6 minutes ago
    The Jew inspired race war against Whites.

    wildjew Andy osnard • 3 minutes ago
    Do you support Donald Trump?

    Andy osnard • 2 minutes ago
    Far as immigration goes. Haven’t seen the rest of his platform yet.1

    wildjew Andy osnard • a minute ago
    He hates Pamela Geller. She is Jewish by the way.

    Andy osnard • a few seconds ago
    He has good taste.

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  • rockyh77

    I suspect once Trump sees how this nation’s wealth is being funneled off he will take action. When the FBI brief him on the pedophile organization tied to our politicians he will take action. When the FBI open up the books from the 80’s to explain the downing of 759 (move) the six US failed attempts, planes broken in two on the tarmac not counting the “Arab” at O’hare that was stopped. Trump will take action.
    Once he receives the briefs of crimes against American citizens that the Bush and Clinton family are already well aware of. I see Trump as our best bet.

  • Bronish

    I was starting to get excited by Trump….thinking that maybe he could actually “Trump” the other “cards” out there on the table… who are bloviating bout this n that, until I learned that he’s dissing my heart’s hero, Geller. What’s wrong with him? She’s right…n I think he’s right too, on the issues he’s attacking…. I’m a little unsure right now bout who’s the best candidate…..I strongly wish Pamela would toss her hat into the ring, cuz I know she’d kick islam’s ass n prolly go after our illegal problem as well.

  • Rhonda Wimbish

    He didn’t say he disagreed with her, he just wondered why she was provoking them. Maybe he is truly ignorant about what is going on in America. God showed me the reason Obama wants the borders open to Mexicans and why he is friendly with Cuba. Look at the map of Muslim camps and ask yourself why aren’t any in Florida? Well the answer is they don’t have to hide in Florida especially in Miami and larger cities. Look it up Hispanics are converting left and right to Islam. When I first moved to Naples, Fl. from VA I didn’t realize that racism was as bad as it is. We were hated because the color of our skin. My kids couldn’t go outside without being attacked. My son was “the little white boy” because he refused to hide in the apartment like the other white kids in our complex. He was 9 and attacked, spit on, and beat in the head with a rock. I couldn’t believe that the law wouldn’t do anything. One day before right before we moved from there I asked 2 little boys what they learned at church. This little 4 year old spews out, “We learned that blacks and Hispanics are going to kill all the white people!” I am a Christian lady and this shocked me. For years I have been trying to figure all this out. These 2 little boys were Cuban. Donald has my vote so far but now that I’ve read this I’m second guessing myself. But if he is ignorant to all this. He needs a lesson on the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • LimeyAL

    I thought Trump was the antidote to the anti Christ, looks like I was wrong, the muslims have him in their pocket, he wont attack Isis.

    • Paul767

      That is the opposite of what he’s said in his longer speeches.

  • Dan

    These people are so jealous and scared to death of Donald Trump… It’s actually funny.. It’s also sad that closing the borders is such a touchy subject.. If taking a stance on immigration is making you THAT mad, then maybe your a democrat… GO TRUMP GO!!! KEEP TELLING IT LIKE IT IS!!!!!

  • Feet2Fire

    Some good points, Pam, but Trump is a sloppy speaker. Think he’s being misquoted when people say that he said:
    “They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”

    Trump tends to be a ‘stream of consciousness’ speaker and he repeats himself a lot and also leaves words out. It’s very sloppy and can be dangerous and obviously can be misinterpreted. IMO, he said (or meant to say):
    “They’re bringing (their) drugs, they’re bringing (their) crime–their rapists.

    We’ll probably never know for sure WHAT precisely he said, because Trump appears to speak “off the cuff,” with no notes or teleprompter.

    People across the whole spectrum need to clean up their act and learn how to speak and write more clearly and accurately. Lately it seems like people in general think, speak, and write like sloppy drunks!

  • rockyh77

    We are presently engaged in a war against Syria to allow the Saudi to build a natural gas pipeline across that nation. There are 28 pages of investigation on 911 that have not been made public dealing with Saudi involvement. So let’s stay focused. Trump is the best candidate for President. Pamela needs to get with Robert Spencer and have a face to face with Trump. But I would not advise Trump to come out about Islam given the control of the press today. He needs to get with Erik Prince for personal security too. Of course the press has already ruined that man’s life. Hillary has assured us that Black Water was Baa, Baa, Bad!

  • Rose Pappas

    he is very definately on the side of freedom and popping the bad guys. but when the bad guys get a little to bad for him to handle, he tends to run back into his living room and declare, “”there has to be a quieter, more polite way of fighting this fight”. He believes in the fight. he knows the fight has to happen. but when the fight actually starts, he doesn’t have the stomach for it.

  • A Fan of Pam

    Trump has no intention of becoming POTUS. His purpose is to fearlessly bring to light a major problem (illegal aliens) and discuss an option to deal with said problem which has, up until now, been off the table. Let’s face it. We are under attack on many fronts; the majority of the attacks are from the progressive left headed by Obama. Couple this reality to our limp wristed, spineless Republican elect who are afraid to say anything, and this is the state of our union under this administration.
    If Trump actually gave any thought to the amazing work Pam is doing and to the fact that the core of our survival as a free nation is dependent on free speech- then we would see a true warrior candidate in Trump; and one worthy of the Presidency.
    We are in perilous times, my fellow freedom lovers. God Bless Pam Geller!


    Geert Wilders for president, I know ,I know, he is not American ,
    some will tell you that neither is Hussein.

  • bill coleman

    Take a good look at Jindal. He appears to be right on all the issues. What if any, is his downside?

  • Anticonservative

    Mr. Trumps disagreement with Pamela Geller on the draw Mohammed contest is really quite minor in the big picture. The contest was reactionary bait and it achieved what it set out to do. The muslims weren’t smart enough not to react proving beyond doubt Pamella’s statements were sound based. Mr. Trump I’m sure has no real love for the muslims – here or in their home country so in my opinion he would be the only man with sufficient resources to get the job done. The Democrats have systematically weeded out anyone with any sign of intelligence from their party so now the Republican’s have to stand strong and support not just another assembly line politician but someone with the actual ability to make real change. Stand strong stay united and perhaps the next President will be a Republican and one that actually does what he tells you he will do.

  • rockyh77

    In my post on the purchase of our country by the Saudi Royals I did not mean to reflect it was only by the Clintons. I have no love of the Bush family and no trust. But the Clintons were involved in 9-11 and for that they need to be placed behind bars our under the ground.

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