Twitter Sends Pamela Geller Notice to “Consult Legal” for Violating Pakistani Law — Pamela Geller to Twitter Legal: “Kiss my Free A**”
In December Twitter legal issued TGP’s Associate Editor, Cristina Laila a warning that she violated Pakistan’s blasphemy laws over a tweet wherein she called for burkas to be banned in the United States.
The specific Pakistani blasphemy laws Cristina violated are punishable by life imprisonment or death and Twitter happily delivered the threat to her.
Twitter, an American company, warned an American citizen who was exercising their First Amendment rights about Pakistan’s Islamic blasphemy laws.
In a years-old, since deleted tweet, Cristina called for the burka to be banned; this offended the Pakistani government enough to force Twitter to spring into action — even though the year-old tweet had been deleted.
Jamie Glazov, a Canadian columnist and critic of Islam received the same warning from Twitter after he tweeted out his new book “Jihadist Psychopath.”
Pamela Geller also received the same warning from Twitter after she criticized Sharia enforcer, Linda Sarsour.
On Wednesday Pamela Geller received a notice “to consult legal counsel” because she posted a tweet “in violation of Pakistani Law.”
Pamela’s response was pitch perfect!
Twitter has sent me notice "to consult legal counsel" because the tweet below "is in violation of Pakistan [sharia] law." You bloody cowards can kiss my free ass.
I am an American. You are an American company. Act like it, sniveling slaves. https://t.co/HqY7RVDVE2
— Pamela Geller (@PamelaGeller) January 17, 2019