Woman Heading “Draw Mohammad” Event in Garland, TX Destroys CNN NewsBabe [VIDEO]

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Pamela Geller, who hosted the “Draw Mohammad” event in Garland, TX that was attacked by Islamic terrorists, was on CNN and slammed the liberal newsbabe pretending to be a journalist.

In her first public interview since the terrorist attack on her freedom of speech event in Garland, Geller slammed Alisyn Camerota for suggesting that offensive anti-Islamist speech should not be allowed in modern day Western society.

In asking Pam questions about the event, it’s clear this CNN “reporter” has an agenda favoring the cowering down before Islam over Free Speech in this country.

How can we possibly trust CNN to report the news fairly?

Pamela Geller: Increasingly we are abridging our freedoms so as not to offend savages. The very idea that is something offends me, or I’m insulted by something, I’ll kill you, and that way I can get my way, and somehow this is OK with members of the elite media and academia, is outrageous. It’s a cartoon. It’s a cartoon.

Alisyn Camerota: No one is saying this warrants the violence you’re saying. Now, I haven’t heard anyone in the media say that it’s OK for gunmen to show up at an event like this. But, what people are saying is there’s always this fine line between freedom of speech and being intentionally incendiary and provocative.

Pamela Geller: Intentionally incendiary and provocative by drawing a cartoon. This is the low state of freedom of speech in this country. I disagree and I disagree most vehemently. The First Amendment protects all speech not just the speech that we like… When Jesus Christ was put in a jar of urine it was called art. Did Christians like it? Of course not. slaughter people? Did they burn embassies? Did they kill kill whole communities? Of course not.

Despite the truth, CNN’s Alisyn Camerota was desperately trying to turn the victims into the criminals by saying that Geller and her event was “anti-Islam.”

Gellar made Camerota look like the liberal fool she is…

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Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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