Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Wrong People Suing


For John, BLUFSome have it and some don't.  Nothing to see here; just move along.



Mr Don Surber, in his eponymous blog, on Monday, gave us Muslims sue Pam Geller for wearing an itsy-bitsy, red-hot, polka dot bikini Pam Geller?  Here is her Wikipedia page.  But, you may remember her for hosting a "draw the Prophet" contest in Garland, Texas.  During the event two men, in the name of Allah, attacked the location and were killed.  The event was a First Amendment protected action in support of Charlie Hebdo.

Well, now Ms Pamela Geller has been photographed wearing a bikini, at pool side.  This has offended some Muslims up in Michigan.  They apparently sued.  Here is a letter from Ms Geller, published, along with the photo, by Mr Don Surber:

My lawyer, David Yerushalmi of the American Freedom Law Center, recently apprised me of this lawsuit that had been filed against me by Muslim prisoners in Michigan.  It’s paranoid, outrageous, silly and laughable — and yet it’s a legitimate lawsuit.

The only reason it was dismissed was because the “plaintiffs” didn’t submit the filing fee or the correct form.  As funny as it is, it does speak to the supremacist tendencies of their thinking, and the kneejerk tendency among Muslims in the U.S. and other Western countries to claim victim status, even as they’re victimizing non-Muslims.

Muslim prisoners in Michigan filed a lawsuit against Pamela Geller for “wearing a Poke a Dot Bikini In Front of our eyes.  We are offended.”  They demanded their freedom claiming their civil rights were violated.  This Islamic supremacism is one and the same shared by the Muslim shooters at our free speech event in Garland, at the Christmas party in San Bernardino, the Paris concert hall, the jihad against Israel, the 9/11 terror attacks, and on and on.  Same motive, same piety.

I wish to make myself clear here.  If Ms Geller can look that good in a bikini at the age of 57 (see the photo in the article, here) she should be facing law suits by many matronly looking women of her age.  Just saying.

Oh, and I am glad that Muslims offended by Ms Geller, are able to sue in court.  It shows they are becoming acculturated here in America.

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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