Molly Norris Should Not Be Forgotten

For all intents and purposes, Molly Norris does not exist anymore. One day she was living a normal life, and the next day it was like she never existed.  The reason that the Seattle-based cartoonist had to “go ghost” was that she proposed an “Everybody Draw Mohammed Day.”  Notorious jihadist Anwar Al-Awlaki issued a fatwa against Ms. Norris. The radical Islamists who proposed violence against Ms. Norris won, and she had to go into hiding at her own expense I might add.

In this topsy-turvy world, right is wrong, and wrong is right.  Since when did Americans become wimps and let bullies like Anwar Al-Awlaki dictate to us?  Why is the FBI kowtowing to radical Islam?  The answer is political correctness, and the problem is magnified because we have a president and other leaders who are bowing and scraping to radical Muslims.  This has to stop or our way of life will be destroyed.  Patriots must stand up!

An excellent article about Molly Norris recently appeared on  Editor Jamie Glazov interviewed Karen Lugo, a professor at Chapman College, Chapman University School of Law.  Lugo appropriately points out that the media’s silence on Norris’ plight is appalling:

Rather that shaming the Islamists for their attempts to control what is said and written in the land of the free and the home of the brave, journalists worldwide largely condemned Molly with their silence.

Lugo is absolutely correct.  Where are all the so-called journalists?  They seemed to scatter like cockroaches when faced with Islamic bullies instead of coming to the defense of one of their own. 

An old adage says that the pen is mightier than the sword.  This new breed of wimp journalists are too cowardly to  even pick up a pen to defend a colleague.  Perhaps when journalists are routinely thrown in jail for “insulting Islam” these leftists will come to their senses, but it will be too late then.


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