Editor’s Note: Some may disagree with Ms. Geller. Some have even said that Trump was being respectful to families of victims and not naming the jihadis, but this is the second time this has happened in the past two months. Remember the Afghanistan speech where we heard all the rhetoric of the previous administration and 16 times the word “terrorism” was used and not once was the defining article “Islamic” used, something that Trump openly criticized Obama about.
Nasty site, good content. Right Wing Watch can’t demonstrate that what I said about Trump is false, so they do what the left always does: present it as if its falsity were obvious, without explanation.
President Trump should take note: when a hard-left site such as Right Wing Watch starts sticking up for you, you should know you’re on the wrong track.
“Pamela Geller: Trump Was ‘Adhering To The Sharia’ By Not Criticizing Islam In 9/11 Speech,” by Jared Holt, Right Wing Watch, September 12, 2017:
Anti-Muslim activist Pamela Geller said today that the fact that President Donald Trump didn’t criticize Islam during his remarks at a 9/11 memorial service yesterday means that the president and his administration are “adhering to the Sharia.”
This morning on “Breitbart News Daily,” Geller and guest host Raheem Kassam shared their disappointment with the lack of criticism of Islam in Trump’s speech at yesterday’s memorial service and lamented the idea that “globalist” forces inside the White House have shifted Trump away from his extreme anti-Islam rhetoric.
“We are now sure that it’s a pattern,” Kassam said. “So the positive will be that we can now move on this issue.”
“What the president is doing, and his administration is doing, is adhering to the Sharia; you cannot criticize Islam,” Geller said. She then declared that anti-Islam activists like her “have to make our voices known.”
“We have to, whether it is via Breitbart or comments or phone calls—yes, we have to tell the president that this is unacceptable,” Geller said….
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller