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Hutton Hotel Says “No” To Pamela Geller, SIOA and Rest of Islamophobiapalooza

24 October 2011 9 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

Hutton Hotel Says “No” To Pamela Geller, SIOA and Rest of Islamophobiapalooza

It looks like the Islamophobes have been rejected once again. Queen bee Islamophobe Pamela Geller and her sidekick Robert Spencer have been given the boot by the Hutton Hotel in Nashville. I guess they didn’t want to open up their venue to the SIOA “nuke the Muslim” club and other fanatics who were gathering for a “Sharia Conference.”

This marks the second time in two weeks that Geller and co. have been kicked out of a hotel. The first time was in Sugarland, Texas at the Hyatt, and though the Hyatt made some lame excuse as to why they kicked them out, it is pretty clear they didn’t want to get embroiled in the fiasco that goes along with being associated with hatemongers.

Geller is in hysterics and is urging her followers to deluge Hutton Hotel with angry calls and threats of boycott for being “dhimmis” and “sharia compliant.” At this rate, her and her followers will have to boycott all major hotels across the USA for refusing to serve her hate ideology and conspiracy theories.

Contact the Hutton Hotel and let them know that you appreciate the cancellation because right now they are most likely under siege by bigots and they may cave in if no one shows them support:

Hutton Hotel
1808 West End Ave
Nashville, TN 37203

Tel: 615-340-9333, Fax: 615-340-0010

EMAIL form:

Here is the email of the current manager of the Hotel, Steven Andre

Here is Geller’s rant:

The Hutton Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee is now sharia-compliant.

Steve Eckley, Senior Vice-President of Hutton Hotel, has caved to Islamic supremacist demands and cancelled our entire Preserving Freedom Conference scheduled for November 11th in Nashville. Eckley notified us that they will not honor our contract. Steve said that if we showed up we would not be let in. He said he has been getting threatening letters and calls. We are currently awaiting the written notification of the cancellation.

Steve Eckley’s phone number is 720 318 4238. He said he would not let us in the hotel if we showed up.  He was so ugly and hostile, it was shocking.

I was a scheduled keynote speaker, along with Robert Spencer, Wafa Sultan, Mark Durie, William Murray, Father Keith Roderick, and a host of voices for freedom.

This is the second time in no less than a week that a major hotel has capitulated to intimidation and demands to enforce the blasphemy laws under the sharia here in America. Opposing the most radical and extreme ideology on the face of the earth is now forbidden in the war of ideas.

Just last week the Hyatt Place in Sugarland canceled a tea party event where I was scheduled to speak. They have since apologized, but that is hardly enough. Free speech, the cornerstone of our constitutional republic, is in serious jeopardy. Under the Shariah, criticism of Islam is blasphemy (punishable by death in Muslim countries living under the Shariah). This is the death of free speech in the continuing Islamization of America. This is yet another shattering demonstration of why I wrote my book Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance.

The silencing of free speech is key to the islamization of America.

Americans must boycott these cowardly enterprises and raise their voices in protest.

Hutton Hotel
1808 West End Ave
Nashville, TN 37203

Tel: 615-340-9333, Fax: 615-340-0010

EMAIL form:

Here is the email of the current manager of the Hotel, Steven Andre (hat tip Rob)

Nashville is a gateway city for refugee resettlement — whole Muslim communities are resettled in “gateway” cities like Lewiston, Maine; Shelbyville, Tennessee; St. Cloud, Minnesota; Clarkston, Georgia; and Jamestown, North Dakota. Nashville has one of the country’s highest Muslim populations.

I strongly urge all Atlas readers contact the Hutton Hotel and voice your concern with the abridgment of our cherished and hard-fought freedoms. This continuing restriction of free speech is a key front in the war on the truth. Your future, your children’s future and that of our country is at stake. I cannot impress this upon you enough.

Get this out to your lists, your friends, and all the freedom lovers that you know.

This cannot stand. Start calling. Now.


  1. What a great opportunity for the Feds to monitor which of these neo-Nazis are harrassing honest business people with their spewing hatred.

  2. I stayed in the Hutton recently… Thought it was a classy hotel. Now I’m convinced of it.

  3. Gee, threats and intimidation! Now who does that remind me of? Who uses those specific tactics to get their way?
    Kind of reminds one of the French car-b-ques , doesn’t it?

  4. Anonymous,
    Whoa, first you criticize threats and intimidation, then you say it is ok for Pamella to use it. She’s still crying about her freedom of speech so she can oppress the freedom of religion of Muslims. If she doesn’t get the message she will probably do something really extreme like accusing people of being Muslims left and right. Her tactics are to scare people into believing her ideologies just like McCarthy. You think its fine if a Muslim gets kicked off a plane if it ensures everyone’s safety right? Well the hotels are just doing the same….keeping an extremist out of their hotels.

  5. The reality is that this kind of hate conference is bad for business. It’s not good PR to be seen promoting bigotry, either against Blacks, Jews, Gays or Muslims.

    It’s also about time that businesses stand up and refuse business from this mob of hate-mongers. Good for them!

    I’d like to see Geert Wilders thrown out of the next hotel he tries to stay in here in the US or elsewhere!

    QUOTE: Geller is in hysterics and is urging her followers to deluge Hutton Hotel with angry calls and threats of boycott for being “dhimmis” and “sharia compliant.”

    I bet they are – and guess just how kooky and out-of-touch message from such “angry calls” will be… There will probably be no rational argument presented for why the hotel should accept business from this mob of hate-mongers – and re-enforce the correct decision to not host such a crackpot “conference.”

  6. Sure its all going to be fine until groups of Muslims are refused meetings due to “disruptions of business” or whatever the excuse is. When a Muslim groups does get booted because of threats, is that religious discrimination? Loss of freedom for one does affect us all.

  7. Executives of the Hutton Hotel obviously need diversity and sensitivity training if they would deny the Constitutional rights of one group based on threats and intimidation.This training is necessary as these executive appear to not understand the first amendment and the reality that NO religion is above criticism or questioning in the United States. Law enforcement also needs to be contacted if hotel property or personnel were threatened.The threats appear to rise to the level of a hate crime which should be prosecuted.

  8. Hera, every business has a right to refuse a group on whatever basis, excepting racial or religious prejudice. Going against the opinions of another person is different, and acceptable. They aren’t compromising Geller’s freedom of speech, just not making themselves accountable to their consumer base in supporting it.

    Criley, denying a group of Muslims on the basis of their faith is a completely different question than denying a political group, especially one with such vocal and antagonizing opinions. Now, if a group of Muslims came in espousing hate speech, that would be different. And last time I checked, there’s not a place in America where radical Muslims are typically given a space to do such a thing.

    That said, don’t try to turn it around and make this about liberals sucking up to sharia law and multiculturalism. This is about sanity, and Geller’s lack thereof.

  9. Tyler, it does not have to be about a religious objection it can simply be groups of people calling into the hotel or making threats that would cause the hotel to disallow a particular Muslim gathering as being disruptive. I understand why people do not like this group. I get that but I do not like businesses folding to pressure from people who do not like a particular message even if it is unpopular. Its just wrong.

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