Anyone who was hoping Pamela Geller had erred when she effectively endorsed Muslim ethnic cleansing by calling on her audience to petition Congress to reject a resolution condemning such is going to be very disappointed.
Since then, Geller has doubled down on her opposition to the resolution.
Once again, Geller's argument hinges on an insistence that, completely contradictory to the diagnosis of numerous human rights groups and media organizations who describe the treatment of the Burmese Rohingya minority as ethnic cleansing, that it is actually the Rohingya who are committing violent jihad against a Buddhist majority.
Geller has no evidence of such and so compensates by trying to say "jihad" as often as possible.
It is clear that jihad terrorists are converging on Burma from Bangladesh, Indonesia and Pakistan -- a jihad group from the Caucasus announced that back in July. Still, media coverage and reportage on the violence in Burma is notoriously pro-jihad (is there any country that opposes jihad that the media likes?).
One such "pro-jihad" groups leading their "goosestepping thugs" is the Heritage Foundation. The same Heritage Foundation that hosted Ted Cruz when he accused Obama of trying to shut down the government.
If that is a "liberal" group, Pamela Geller will need to adjust to being one of the last remaining conservatives on the planet.