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Pamela Geller Files Lawsuit Against Gov. Cuomo and De Blasio Who Support BLM Protests but Suspend First Amendment for All Others

The lawsuit, which was filed on behalf of political activist Pamela Geller, challenges the Governor’s and Mayor’s executive orders which prohibit “non-essential gatherings” of more than 10 people in the City—orders which make it unlawful to peaceably assemble and protest, unless your protest supports the political agenda of the BLM movement.

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Geller Vs. De Blasio: Federal Appeals Court Asked to Stop NYC Mayor’s Tyranny

In an extraordinary rebuke of judicial redress, Clinton appointed Judge Denise Cote tried to dismiss our  lawsuit against New York City’s ban against protests. I have filed many a free speech lawsuit against various municipalities including New York and never before did I see a judge schedule our hearing almost immediately and try to dismiss it just as quickly – without even giving us an opportunity to present our case. This is a glaring example of how decayed and corrupt the New York political system is.

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AFDI and ACLU Sue D.C. Metro For First Amendment Violations Over ‘Geller Ban’ on Ads

It is good to see an uber-left organization like the ACLU, historically aligned with the jihad force, taking up a key fight for us in defense of our First Amendment freedoms.

We have moved forward with our D.C. legal action. On July 24, our legal team, AFLC, filed our opening brief in the DC Circuit in our lawsuit against Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). Read it here:

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SIOA Trademark Victory in the Supreme Court

Today the US Supreme Court ruled in our favor, that the government may not refuse to register “potentially offensive” names (SIOA is not offensive, that is a smear). We have been suing to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) for a number of years but were repeatedly refused because it was considered “disparaging” to Muslims. Longtime Geller Report readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam’).We have been fighting to trademark SIOA (Stop Islamization of America) for a number of years but were repeatedly refused because the courts considered it “disparaging” to Muslims. Longtime Geller Report readers are quite familiar with our First Amendment trademark case. It was, in effect, an application of sharia law (‘do not criticize Islam’). Today the US Supreme Court Given ruled that the government may not refuse to register potentially offensive names. Excelsior!

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Pamela Geller, WND Column: San Francisco wages brutal war on free speech

In a unanimous vote, the uber-left San Francisco autocratic government shut down free speech on transit systems last Tuesday after our organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, or AFDI, submitted our latest ad campaign to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority to run on buses across the city.

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