A Nashville hotel has canceled its contract with an anti-Shariah conference out of fear the event could attract protests and disrupt business.
Of course, this can only mean one thing!
Hahaha. . . oh, studcat! You're so naive! No, it obviously means that the scary brown people have ALREADY TAKEN OVER!!!!!
Organizers of the Preserving Freedom conference, who include Lou Ann Zelenik of the Tennessee Freedom Coalition, had planned to meet Nov. 11 at the Hutton Hotel in Nashville.Hotel management said they received complaints about the event from the public and from their clients.
Jeezus, studcat! Do you even listen to yourself? Obviously, the Muslim-haters are having their rights trampled on by the all-powerful pro-Sharia lobby of Nashville, Tennessee! Duh!
Zelenik said her group is being censored for opposing radical Islam, and the hotel’s action shows Shariah law is a threat to free speech.
“I feel the Hutton is now under Shariah law,” she said.
Oh, obviously. Obviously the Hutton Hotel of Nashville, Tennessee is being governed by Sharia Law. I mean, there's just no other reasonable explanation.
Among the event’s scheduled speakers are Atlas Shrugs blogger Pamela Geller; Murfreesboro mosque opponent and Center for Security Policy President Frank Gaffney; and former Republican Rep. Fred Grandy, who played the character Gopher on the popular TV series The Love Boat.
Oh, Pam Geller isn't respectable? Really? This is the same Pam Geller who referred to Muslim employees wanting to take prayer breaks as an "Act of War" against Wal-Mart. That's not respectable? The Pam Geller who referred to Rick Perry as a "stealth jihad candidate?" She's not respectable? Okay, you win this round, studcat!
William Murray, chairman of the Preserving Freedom conference, said the event is in jeopardy. “This is not some local anti-Muslim group,” Murray said. “This was a responsible organization of national organizations meeting to discuss the issue of Shariah law.”
You know, studcat, sarcasm is not an attractive quality in a cat.
“This is blatant oppression of free speech,” he [Murray] said.