The First Time I Was Attacked by George Soros

In July of 2012 I was interviewed for the first time by Eric Bolling of Fox News, for a segment of Fox and Friends. At the time it was estimated that the show reached approximately 2.5 million households.

Eric Bolling Eric Allen BellNot surprisingly, the George Soros funded “Media Matters” came out with a swift response, which I have copied in below. Other than just giving a synopsis of what I said and how Eric Bolling received it, the article tried to essentially fault our conversation (and our opinions) for a serious of alleged acts of vandalism and and arson, upon mosques across America.

Not only is that a real stretch, but what few actual cases there were, it turned out that a Muslim was the perpetrator, most likely trying to create the illusion that Islam was under attack and thus it was essential there be less public criticism of Islam.

The end of the Media Matters article was clearly an attempt to signal, to the then Obama controlled Department of Justice, that I was involved in inciting violence and should remain on their radar, or worse. In the years that followed, I wrote several articles for Ex-Muslim Ali Sina, at – and it was recently discovered that Ali Sina was investigated by the FBI, under Obama. Little is known about that still, or what connections, if any, exist there.

Here is a video of one of those interviews, followed by the article from the media muscle of George Soros:

Fox’s Bolling Can’t Get Enough Of Guest’s Inflammatory Anti-Muslim Comments

Fox News’ Eric Bolling continued his campaign against American Muslims today, endorsing the views of a filmmaker who claimed Islam is “the worst, most deadly idea in the history of the world.”

Bolling’s guest was Eric Bell, a filmmaker who produced a documentary on a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Bell claimed he originally saw “the Muslim community as victims” and that he had an “inclination to stick up for them.” Bell further claimed that after doing “some serious research about Islam” he found that Islam is “a radical, savage religion” and “the worst, most deadliest idea in the history of the world.” According to the Huffington Post, Bell said in a different interview that “the biggest threat to human rights is Islam.” Not only did Bolling not push back on Bell’s inflammatory rhetoric, he responded to Bell by saying he would “[l]ove to have you back and maybe expand on it a little bit more.”

At the end of the program, Bolling replayed the worst of Bell’s anti-Islam comments and announced that he would return the next day for another interview, hyping Bell as someone who “told the truth about radical Islam.” But during his interview, Bell did not limit his attacks to “radical Islam,” he attacked the religion itself. Bell attacked Islam’s prophet Mohammed before claiming Islam “is a radical, savage religion” and called it “the worst, most deadliest idea in the history of the world”:


BOLLING: What is actually happening? I only have a couple of seconds. Tell me what you found.

BELL: I found that there’s a man who raped a 9-year-old girl, who owned slaves, who killed his critics, who beheaded a tribe full of Jews named Muhammad who is the highest moral example in Islam for 1.6 billion people. And that this is a radical, savage religion. The people aren’t all radical, thank god. But the religion is the worst, most deadliest idea in the history of the world. And we need to make sure that we keep a close eye on it in this country.

Bolling’s endorsement of Bell’s views came just days after a resident of Texas was indicted for “threatening to use violence” against the Murfreesboro mosque. In addition, The New York Times reported that the construction site of the mosque “has been repeatedly vandalized” and construction equipment at the site “has been set on fire.” Other mosques around the country have also been subjected to vandalism and arson. But it should come as no surprise that Bolling endorsed Bell’s extreme anti-Muslim comments, as he has a history of extremeanti-Muslim comments himself.