After conservative investigative journalist Laura Loomer confronted liberal actress Alyssa Milano with a direct question about her friendship with Linda Sarsour, who is an advocate for Sharia law, Loomer was almost immediately silenced and escorted out of the room by the "tolerant" left.
Milano was taking questions about #MeToo and #TimesUp at Politicon in Los Angeles Sunday, when Loomer stepped up to the microphone and asked if the actress would disavow Sarsour because she is a supporter of Sharia law.
"Under Sharia law, women are oppressed, women are forced to wear a hijab,” Loomer said. “My question is, will you please disavow her because she is advocating for Sharia law?”
"She's not," Milano responded, about Sarsour.
Before she could respond, Loomer's microphone was taken out of her hands. As she was forcibly led away, Milano added, "If we don’t know how to talk to one another, we’ll never evolve."
Loomer responded by pointing out that she had only asked a "very polite question," but Milano chided the journalist, saying the question had been asked "with a very distinct tone.”
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) October 23, 2018
On “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” Tuesday, Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere reacted to the contentious exchange.
"Well, I guess her tone wasn't acceptable to Alyssa, but she [Loomer] asked a very fair question. This is a woman who is supporting an ideology and a movement that is brutal to women all over the world," Stu said of Sarsour.
"The fact that they continue to embrace Linda Sarsour is bizarre," he added. "I guess if you just cross that line, and you're going to be radical, and you'll stand up and keep saying radical things, they will embrace you no matter what."
Watch the video clip at the top of the page to catch more of this conversation.