Pamela Geller is the founder, editor, and publisher of The Geller Report and President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative and Stop Islamization of America as well as author and columnist. Her activism on behalf of human rights has won international notice. She is a major defender of the freedom of speech against attempts to force the West to accept Sharia blasphemy laws, and against Sharia self-censorship by Western media outlets. Her free speech event in Garland, Texas led to the capture or killing of several murderous jihadists, smoking out terror cells, and to the consequent arrests of jihadists in several states. Today Pamela Geller stops by to talk about her new book, Fatwa: Hunted in America (foreword by Geert Wilders) in which Geller tells the whole extraordinary story of how she began chronicling her take on news events at her groundbreaking website Atlas Shrugs, then moved into activism, at first on behalf of Muslim girls who were being brutalized and victimized at home for not following the misogynistic rules of Islamic law, and then to stand against the advance of jihad and sharia on numerous fronts -- above all for the freedom of speech, which is increasingly embattled in this age of jihad. Brian Maloney is Editor-in-Chief of Media Equalizer and has been a frequent guest on cable talk channels including Fox News Channel, CNN, the former CourtTV. He is dropping in to discuss Jemele Hill, the controversial ESPN anchor who labeled President Trump a "white supremacist" on Twitter, has been suspended for two weeks by the network.