Skip to comments.Judge supports Washington, DC Metro’s decision to ban Christmas-themed Catholic ads(tr)
Posted on 12/11/2017 1:10:34 PM PST by heterosupremacist
Judge Amy Berman Jackson has come down on the side of the free speech totalitarians, and upheld the Geller Ban.
The Washington Post doesnt explain it in the article below, but the reason why did the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority rejected these ads was because of the Geller Ban.
Its implied in this paragraph: But in a decision issued on Friday, Judge Amy Berman Jackson took a different stance. She said that Metros policies banning religious and issues-oriented ads borne out of a desire to prevent inflammatory ads that could incite violence was reasonable and enforced with fairness.
Inflammatory ads that could incite violence. See, the ban was put in because of the fear that Muslims would riot over my ads. Instead of confronting Islamic savagery, they restricted the freedom of speech.
This goes back to June 2015, when my organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), created a free-speech ad campaign defying the blasphemy laws under the Shariah.
We put up 100 billboards around St. Louis, depicting the winning cartoon in our Muhammad cartoon contest that was fired upon by jihadis in Garland, Texas, under the headline, SUPPORT FREE SPEECH. The cartoon depicted Muhammad being drawn by an artist. Muhammad says, You cant draw me!
The artist responds: Thats why I draw you. It was an apt summation of the courage and refusal to be bullied that we need to have in the face of violent intimidation from Islamic jihadis.
(Excerpt) Read more at pamelageller.com ...
No free speech for ,get to the back of the bus
Stop the ads....period...
Judge Amy Berman Jackson is a Barack Obama appointee. That is why you are seeing an anti-christian ferver in her.
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