They Were Asking For it

Sandhya Somashekhar is a pusher of Terrorism Culture.

By god, if doing anything that excuses something that might be rape is Rape Culture, then she is eyebrows deep in Terrorism Culture.

Pamela Geller, the woman behind the Texas cartoon contest attacked by two gunmen late Sunday, knew what she was doing when she staged the controversial event featuring irreverent depictions of the prophet Muhammad in Garland, Tex.


Yeah, that girl knew what she was doing when she went back to that guy’s apartment.

The Dallas suburb had hosted a pro-Muslim conference in January, about the time Islamist terrorists killed a dozen journalists with the satirical French publication Charlie Hebdo. Geller, a blogger and fierce critic of what she calls the “Islamization” of America, wanted to make a statement.


When she put on that lipstick and that short dress, she wanted to make a statement.

If the contest was intended as bait, it worked. Police say two men drove 1,000 miles from Phoenix, shot at a police car outside the event and were quickly killed by one of the hired guards. The shooting has been condemned by Muslim leaders, and Geller, too, has come under fire for staging an event many viewed as purposely provocative.

If that sexy look was intended as bait, it worked.  The rape has been condemned by community leaders, and the girl, too, has come under fire for behaving in a way that many viewed as purposefully provocative.

Still, “I think decent people would say: ‘Why would you need to do that?’?” Beirich said.

Why would you wear that dress if you didn’t want it?

Somashekhar is disgusting.  She might as well have written an article about how a woman who got raped at a Slutwalk was “bait”.



One Comment

  1. Mrs. The Everlasting Phelps says:

    Somehow, it always comes back to this. Hypocrisy forever and always.