‘She’s Doing A TERRIBLE THING For Our Country!’ – Trump Criticized Pam Geller After Garland Shooting

In an interview with Neil Cavuto on Fox News right after the Muslim terrorist attack on Pam Geller in Garland, Texas, the Donald rushed to angrily denounce and blame Pam Geller for the attack while saying he’s much more tough than she is. He even went so far as to mock the dead victims of the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.

Watch below:

Here are some of his comments:

“This has nothing to do with free speech – this is taunting, and all it does is cause trouble.”

“She should be much more responsible because what she’s doing is completely irresponsible!”

“She’s a person that is doing this for her own purpose and she’s doing a terrible thing for our country!

He even seems to mock the Charlie Hebdo writers who were murdered by Islamists – ironically, taunting them himself:

“I’ve had people use satire against me over the years. They use satire in order to not tell the truth… So they were taunting, and they really taunted, and guess where they are right now.”

“For her… for this WOMAN, that no one had ever heard of, to go out and taunt, and that’s what she’s doing and PROVOKE an attack….”

Then he really revs up for a nice crescendo of mockery and taunting Pam Geller:

“But what’s the purpose of her doing this? I’ll give you an example – if she went after, instead, JESUS, instead of the Muslim, went after JESUS, let’s see how long she’d last! If she went after the African-Americans, and went after the N-WORD, where she was positive on it as opposed to… let’s SEE how long she would last! That would also be freedom of speech! Let’s see if she has the guts to do that. Let’s see how long she’d last doing that. All she’s doing, she is a provacateur! All she doing is provoking and taunting people!!”

Yeah I’m not sure if he has a good point demanding that Pam Geller mock Jesus and use the N-Word. What would that prove again? I would think if she faced down gun-toting terrorists, she might also face Christians, who have not murdered people for mocking Jesus (in the last 800 years anyway). I mean, really, what’s his point here? It sounds like he’s just jealous she’s getting all this attention because he keeps oddly comparing himself to her, and saying he’s much more courageous and tougher on Muslim extremists. Really weird.

I do agree with this statement emphatically:

“We have to be smart not dumb!”

Damn straight! That should be his new campaign motto – Make America SMART not DUMB!!

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  • mike191

    Pam Geller has endorsed Mr. Trump for President making this article moot.

  • TheresaAK

    “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.”

  • Trump is all over the place. I sure hope he settles down and his supporters are validated in their confidence in him.

  • cryandhowl

    I have to say … Mr. ? Ms. . SOOPER, you truly are a p.o.s. Oh, in case your Melicone heritage can’t grasp that … piece of shit … Can’t you focus on what you say you are? A CONSERVATIVE?
    I think you are a freaking faud … okay … sorry … how about phony? Oh yeah that’s it! I live in Texas and was to attend the Pam Geller event. Forgot about it despite my notes on my calendar. I’ll tell you what your problem is … You’re Mexican and you don’t appreciate Trump limiting illegal Mexicans from entering in the U.S. Well, two words for you Mr. / Ms. SOOPER …. well, my wife won’t let me write what I want … “Get the fuck lost!!!!”

  • Fred

    Bravo Pam!
    It’s time more people start pointing out the evil that is Islam. Islam belongs in the trash heap of history, like the worship of Moloch or Huitzilopochtli.

  • Hoax & Chains!

  • xymbaline

    This was a year ago and Ms. Geller is now on the Trump team. As a journalist, you’re a failure.