The clowns on the 9th Circuit court have ruled that an FBI global terrorism want ad poster cannot run because it might upset Muslims.
Back in 2013, the FBI was running a terrorism awareness campaign featuring bus ads depicting photos of sixteen of the world’s Most Wanted Terrorists.
This was a publicity campaign sponsored by the Joint Terrorism Task Force for the State Department’s Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program. The ad featured the world’s leading global terrorists. All but one were Muslim. Islamic supremacists and their leftist lapdogs demanded the want-ad come down, claiming it was insulting to Muslims. The FBI caved and pulled the Seattle-area bus ads featuring the “Faces of Global Terrorism” after receiving complaints “that the ads stereotype Muslims.”
My organization, AFDI, believed this public awareness message was critical to national security and should run.
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