Breitbart: Shots Fired, One Officer Down and Two Suspects in Gunfight at Islamic Cartoon Contest in Texas
Update: ISIS connection?
Of course Huffington Post apologists just call it shameless Muslim baiting (funny I don't recall the left saying that over countless "art" projects involving Christian symbols).
Pam Geller is safe and recognizes this is war
Mark Steyn: Patriots and Panderers
Twitchy: Shots Fired and NYT reporter wonders why anyone would have such a contest…The shooting outside our free speech event shows once again that moderate Muslims are unable or unwilling to rein in their violent brethren— Robert Spencer (@jihadwatchRS) May 4, 2015
DaTechGuy: I share his view on this
Islamic Extremist Group Took Credit Just Before Attack@rsmccain Islamic Extremist Twitter Account Took Credit for Texas Terrorist Attack BEFORE Shooting Happened http://t.co/1Ncc12SA8K— Aurelius (@AureliusPundit) May 4, 2015
American Power Blog: Two suspects open fire, shot dead
CNN picks up story
Lem's Place/Chicken Little: Don't Mess With Texas
Instapundit: Nick Gillespie: Never Give Into The Thug Veto and Stephen Green: The NYT is trying to blame Geller, not the terrorists…
Wombat: Two gunmen killed and Geller and Wilders unhurt
As Instapundit, Noah Rothman, AoSHQ, and Vodka Pundit note: There is an implication that Pam Geller had this coming. The leftist and establishment media blaming Geller and the event organizers is complete and utter appeasement bullshit.
Instapundit: One does not simply "shoot up" a Texas art show and Kevin Williamson, What didn't happen next…
Free speech, no qualifiers
Drew at AoSHQ is right, spare us your throat clearing
Charlie Hebdo survivors say no comparison with Texas free speech (I get the distinction that Charlie Hebdo was anti religion in general and Pam Geller is anti Islam--to the extent Islam is not tolerant of dissent, but these remaining Charlie Hebdo survivors, while entitled to their opinion, are wrong. There is a free speech element to both situations and Islamists who cannot tolerate such free speech.).