Anti-terror activist Pamela Geller told Loretta Lynch, Obama’s attorney general who promised to criminalize anti-Muslim speech, to “come get me beyotch.”
Geller, a long-time activist and political commentator, is best known for hosting the ‘Draw Muhammad’ event in Garland, Texas, that led to a dangerous, but ultimately unsuccessful terror attempt.
Lynch announced after the San Bernardino attack that the White House and Department of Justice “will take action” when they see “anti-Muslim rhetoric”.
Geller essentially said, ‘go for it.’
Via the Daily Caller:
Geller — who was the target of the Garland, Texas terror attacks — told radio host Joyce Kaufman that Lynch’s proclamation that she would “prosecute anti-Muslim rhetoric” post San-Benardino is a call for sharia law in the wake of an act of jihad terror.
Additionally, Geller said that if Lynch is serious about prosecuting anti-Muslim rhetoric, then she will need to, “come and get me, biyatch!”
Listen to Geller’s challenge to Lynch below …
Leave it to the Obama administration to respond to a terrorist attack by vowing to prosecute anybody who speaks ill of Islamic radicals.
Come get us, indeed.
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