Robert Spencer Moment: The Criminalization of Dissent

“I filmed this “Robert Spencer Moment” for Jamie Glazov’s Glazov Gang on some recent experiences that I have had, showing how those who reject establishment views are coming under increased law enforcement scrutiny.”

  • Gary

    Obama now has his Lynch-Mob in the AG Office to keep the saudi’s happy to arrest no-muslim in the USA under the Sharia Blasphemy laws that CAIR tries to enforce in Canada via the HRC’s.

    • Justin St.Denis

      You REALLY need to master the short, declarative sentence structure.

  • Robert Spencer of is a folk hero of the 21st century, one of the people on the front line of the struggle against the Leftist-Islamic alliance against the human rights of free speech, freedom of religion, freedom from religious tyranny, etc. both in the West and everywhere else. History will remember him with gratitude and admiration for his courage and integrity.

    • Brett_McS


    • Drunk_by_Noon

      If Trump wins, I’d hope he would tap Robert Spencer as the head of DHS, and Pam Geller as our new Ambassador to the UN.
      God willing.

      • That would be ideal. But I wouldn’t hold my breath.

        • Hard Little Machine

          If Trump were actually elected by popular and electoral vote, Obama would overturn the election and pick his own winner.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            At that point he would get impeached, but if he wasn’t, there would be an all-out insurrection and it would be ugly.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          And Ann Coulter as White House Press Secretary.
          That would be glorious.

      • Justin St.Denis

        If Trump wins, I suspect Canadian MP Omar Alghabra will be denied entry to the USA if ever he should attempt to enter it. Alghabra is a terrorist supporter if not an outright terrorist himself, but is Trudeau’s colleague.

        The Trudeau honeymoon will DIE a violent death overnight if Trump becomes POTUS.

        Canadians are, historically, a derivative population, constantly playing catch-up with their American and/or British counterparts. It has always been this way.

        Once the USA’s alarm clock rings, you can rely on Canadians hearing it about 18 months to three years later.

    • Justin St.Denis


  • Brett_McS

    Unfortunately I missed Robert’s visit to Sydney a few years ago, but I did have a sort of brush with The Great One over the internet:

  • HJM

    Perhaps the DPRK is leading the way to a global authoritarian world-state ruled by a single man, with the minority elite at top and the rest of the people subject to permanent “dismissal” if they dissent.

  • JoKeR