Sean and Frank Interview Pam Geller, Author of “Fatwa: Hunted in America” (Audio)
October 10, 2017
Sean and Frank talk with Pam Geller, author of “Fatwa: Hunted in America” about Pam’s activism and commitment to liberty and free speech. They also discuss the assassination attempt on her life in Garland, Texas and the plot to behead her from fundamental Islamists.
FROM PAMELA GELLER:
I need your help. Seriously. My book is out in a month. If pre-orders are good, I can get into book stores. If they are very good, I can get good placement in book stores and key spaces like airports. But I can’t do it without YOU. Right now the book is $20 bucks – that’s it (which isn’t bad – considering what went into it).
You are all long time supporters and we spend a lot of time together online. So if you have the time and the money, go to here and order my book. You know the dangers of my work, but most Americans don’t, so we have to reach them. This is one important way to get to them offline and in the real world. We must widen our sphere and educate more Americans. This book does that.
Jihadis have tried to kill me a number of times. Right now, as we speak, a jihadi in Boston is on trial for a plot to behead me. And their leftist partners murder my work. YouTube deleted my eleven-year-old account and the thousand-plus videos of work, history and news the media won’t cover. Facebook banned my feed. Pinterest blocked my links. Google adsense suspended my account. Twitter shadowbanned me.
FATWA: Hunted in America is my story. It’s what happens when you take the enemy on head on, speak the truth and refuse to adhere to the barbarian legal code (sharia).
“Any lover of freedom would have been tarred the same way I was, and many have been. I am but a proxy in this terrible long war: what has happened to me is what happens, in small and large ways, to every American who stands for freedom.”