Pam Geller shouts down Orly Taitz at CPAC panel

Taitz interrupted the panel with birther questions, but was told she was being "inappropriate" VIDEO

Topics: Video, CPAC, Orly Taitz, Pamela Gellar, Anti-Islam, Birthers,

Pam Geller shouts down Orly Taitz at CPAC panel

During a panel on Islam and national security by CPAC’s “Uninvited” anti-Islam activists, birther queen Orly Tatiz interrupted the question and answer session by repeatedly asking about President Obama’s birth certificate, and demanding that the panel explain why it wasn’t addressing the topic.

“I think there’s enough substance on this panel, I mean how many topics can you handle,” Pamela Geller, the blogger for Atlas Shrugged, shot back. “Inappropriate. really.”

“We are not a birther site,” the moderator, from Breitbart.com, told Taitz before she was shushed by the crowd. She left the room shortly after.

Here’s the video, by Salon’s Alex Seitz-Wald:

Jillian Rayfield is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on politics. Follow her on Twitter at @jillrayfield or email her at jrayfield@salon.com.

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