News Ticker >
[ February 21, 2020 ]

Sen. Tim Scott: Black Support for Donald Trump to Increase by 50 Percent in 2020

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Failed Mayor Mayor Pete Buttigieg Would Increase Refugee Influx by 511 Percent If He Becomes...

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Trump Revolution: RECORD Number of Republicans File Forms to Run For Office On 2020 Mission...

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Crazy Bernie Sanders’ ‘criminal justice’ adviser arrested for plotting ‘violent prison break’

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Brazil’s Trump: Bolsonaro’s popularity jumps as Brazil economy improves, crime drops

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Watch LIVE Now: President Trump in Vegas!

[ February 21, 2020 ]

St. Paul’s Cathedral bomber pleads guilty to terrorism in the cause of Islam

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Sanders wins backing of top Muslim political group

[ February 21, 2020 ]

Twitter is testing new ways to “fight misinformation”

[ February 21, 2020 ]

AG Barr Takes Aim at Legal Shield Enjoyed by Google, Facebook

Fear and Loathing in San Francisco, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Ban


Every news report on the San Francisco transit free speech ban blames me. Every news report runs photos of my ads only. Look at this. No news report mentions that my ads were a response to vicious Islamic Jew-hating ads.

None of the news reports show the ugly vicious ads (scroll down) that prompted me to run ad campaigns on San Francisco buses.

But there is a silver lining to this ban. The savages can’t run their lies and their libel.

It’s funny, but the very first time I saw one of these vicious antisemitic ads in the New York subway system, before I had ever even imagined running an ad, I thought, how is that legal? How can they allow that naziesque propaganda on the platform and trains of the New York subway system? It irked me, and propelled me onto this road.

These antisemitic ads are a blood libel.

The SFMTA, WMATA, NYCTA or the transit systems in Chicago, Miami, Denver et al had a problem with them. But they banned political ads after I submitted ads. Our ads of truth made these quisling cretins curl and convulse in service to barbarians.

Here is one San Francisco paper’s take:

Muni Bans All Political, Offensive, And Violent Advertising On Buses And Trains

People with cool, provocative political messages will have to save it for their bumper stickers. As of today, political ads on Muni buses and trains are are prohibited, ABC 7 reports, following a unanimous vote yesterday by the SFMTA board of directors. That brings the city into line with most of its peers.

Specifically, per the board of directors meeting, the amended advertising policy will “prohibit advertisements concerning a political or public issue, containing profanity or violent descriptions or images, are intended to be insulting, degrading, disparaging, demeaning or offensive, are reasonably likely to be harmful or disruptive to the SFMTA’s transit system, encourage or depict unsafe transit behavior or are adverse to the interests of the SFMTA, effective April 5, 2017.”

Ads that fall into this category will include the kind of Islamophobic, pro-Israel signs that are frequently paid for by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, drawing a steady stream of criticism whenever they appear. Speaking to Breitbart News, that Initiative’s president, Pamela Geller, said “San Francisco really is the last city where the ‘Geller ban’ is not in affect,” taking credit for bans on political ads for most public transit systems. In September, Geller launched the below ads, calling a ban on her ads “a ban on the truth.”

Mayor Lee registered his approval for the SFMTA rule change. “I think they can be so hurtful to lots of people,”Lee tells ABC 7, “I’ve seen some of the graphics and I shake my head.” SMH, SFMTA.

For her part, Geller is threatening to sue — she just submitted an ad last week, she says. “It is shocking to me that San Francisco, which is the left-wing mecca of radical liberalism, is moving towards shutting down free speech.”

Wait, is being “the left wing mecca of radical liberalism” supposed to be good, or bad?

The SFMTA, the seventh largest public transit system in the US, authorizes ads on SFMTA facilities and property from trolley cars to buses. Existing rules already prohibit ads concerning “a declared political candidate or ballot measure scheduled for consideration by the voters in an upcoming election or an initiative petition submitted to the San Francisco Department of Elections.”


Political Ads Banned From San Francisco Muni Vehicles, Transit Stops

CBS San Francisco Bay Area10 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — San Francisco’s buses, trains and transit shelters will no longer display advertising that includes political …

The Truth Must be Told

Your contribution supports independent journalism

Please take a moment to consider this. Now, more than ever, people are reading Geller Report for news they won't get anywhere else. But advertising revenues have all but disappeared. Google Adsense is the online advertising monopoly and they have banned us. Social media giants like Facebook and Twitter have blocked and shadow-banned our accounts. But we won't put up a paywall. Because never has the free world needed independent journalism more.

Everyone who reads our reporting knows the Geller Report covers the news the media won't. We cannot do our ground-breaking report without your support. We must continue to report on the global jihad and the left's war on freedom. Our readers’ contributions make that possible.

Geller Report's independent, investigative journalism takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. But we do it because we believe our work is critical in the fight for freedom and because it is your fight, too.

Please contribute to our ground-breaking work here.

Make a monthly commitment to support The Geller Report – choose the option that suits you best.

Contribute Monthly - Choose One

Have a tip we should know? Your anonymity is NEVER compromised. Email

Pin It on Pinterest