After sparring with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota the day before, anti-Islam activist Pam Geller on Tuesday came up against criticism on Fox News.
Geller was on her third day of interviews after two gunmen were killed on Sunday while opening fire on a security officer at an event she organized in Garland, Texas. The gathering was a contest to draw the Prophet Muhammad.
Fox host Martha MacCallum noted that Geller has taken criticism from the staff of Charlie Hebdo and American conservatives such as Bill Donahue of the Catholic League. Donald Trump also called Geller’s actions “DUMB!” and said her cartoon contest was just “taunting” people.
Geller brushed off Trump’s critique, and then rolled out an analogy that left MacCallum reeling.
“What would he have said about Rosa Parks?” Geller said. “‘Rosa Parks should never have gone to the front of the bus. She’s taunting people.'”
“No, no, no, where are you getting the Rosa Parks comparison?” MacCallum interrupted, before moving on.
“We need to have more of these conferences,” Geller eventually said, blaming Fox News and the rest of media for “empowering” the gunmen.
The two argued for several more minutes until MacCallum ended the interview, saying, “I get where you are coming from. I’m not sure you went about it the right way.”
Geller attempted to get the last word, but MacCallum thanked her and said goodbye.
Watch the clip, via Gateway Pundit:
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