Erin Burnett asks Pamela Gellar if she likes being a target for murder

geller targetted by jihadi

Of all the galactically stupid questions a reporter could possibly ask, Erin Burnett of CNN reached the pinnacle when she asked Pamela Geller, the courageous woman who has stood up to Islamist’s threats to silence her for revealing the truth about Islam, if she wanted to be targeted for beheading by Jihadis for self-promotion:

“The Southern Poverty Law Center, as you’re well aware, has described your group, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, as what they say, quote, ‘is an active anti-Muslim group.’  They track hate groups in this country.  They describe you as, quote, ‘the anti-Muslim movement’s most visible and flamboyant figurehead.’  Again, they track hate groups.  They’re putting you on that list.  Nothing justifies a beheading or a beheading plot, but it’s important to note this.  I mean, are you stoking the flames?  Do you, on some level, relish being the target of these attacks?”

The question that Burnett must be asked is:

WTF is WRONG with your brain?

Pamela’s response was all it needed to be:

“I’m the hunted one!”

Gellar’s group exposing the truth about the teachings of Muhammad is the “hate group” and not the Jihadis?  Islamists wanting to behead those who speak out against the evil taught by Muhammad are justified?  It’s “important to note” that nothing justifies beheading, but that is exactly what Burnett does in putting the onus on Gellar rather than murderers.

This is just typical liberal backwards thinking no different than blaming a woman for dressing sexy after she is raped.  Reasonable precautions are one thing, but demanding Gellar be silenced is the same as demanding women wear burkas.  As is his talent, Rush Limbaugh put the entire exchange in the place where it belongs; another exposé of flawed leftist thinking.

Limbaugh’s analysis of Burnett accusing Gellar of seeking martyrdom

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One Response to Erin Burnett asks Pamela Gellar if she likes being a target for murder

  1. dustyk103 says:

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/cnn-anchor-refers-to-dallas-gunmans-actions-as-courageous-and-brave/

    Dusty Koellhoffer • 2 hours ago
    What kind of galactically stupid ahole says such things? How about someone be courageous and brave enough to open fire on CNN? This is a prime example of a leftist who is mentally and morally deficient.

    Erin Burnett blames Pamela Gellar for inciting jihadi death threats
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    MJ Dusty Koellhoffer • 27 minutes ago
    How about you look up the definitions of “courageous” and “brave”? Neither words are defined in such a way that they only apply to positive actions. Here’s a simple test to determine if a person can be accurately described as courageous or brave: did that person know that their actions would likely result in danger or pain? If so, then they are by definition courageous and brave. The words have nothing to do with morality.
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    Dusty Koellhoffer MJ • 4 minutes ago
    By your definition a man who must have the courage to rape a woman and cut her throat even though he knows she may be armed or police may shoot to kill him. It does not take courage to ambush someone. It is not brave to attempt or commit murder. That is one of the most galactically stupid things I have ever heard in my life. You are a blithering idiot with a complete lack of a moral compass or good sense.
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