Geller: Conversation on Freedom of Speech ‘Morally Inverted’

On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “New Day,” American Freedom Defense Initiative president Pamela Geller fielded questions from “New Day” co-host Alisyn Camerota about the shooting at the Muhammed cartoon contest event in Garland, TX.

The segment became contentious when Camerota questioned the event as being provocative, to which Geller argued the conversation was “morally inverted.”

“[T]he fact that we have to spend upwards of $50,000 in security speaks to how dangerous and how in trouble freedom of speech is in this country,” Geller said. “And then we have to get on these news shows, and somehow we are, those that are targeted, those that were going to be slaughtered, are the ones who get attacked speaks to how morally inverted this conversation is.”

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