Mahdi Bray is very slick, but the truth is not on his side in the USAirways/Imam Rage controversy, and Michelle Malkin and Laura Ingraham don’t let him get away with anything in this interview (from Hotair). I have never heard him sound so rattled. May it happen many, many times in the future — as interviewers ask him the questions that he should be asked instead of the softballs he usually gets.
When Mahdi Bray complains that Muslims have been questioned “inappropriately” at airports, Ingraham responds, “Too bad.” Bravo. I myself have been searched and questioned at Reagan National Airport and other airports. I have never contacted the ACLU about it, and never will. Malkin is right: Bray and his group “really don’t want us to do anything to prevent another 9/11.” To prevent one, we will all be inconvenienced. That’s life after 9/11.