Influential conservatives Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer and Frank Gaffney, were not invited to participate at CPAC this year. Some believe this is because they have brought to light particularly embarrassing aspects of the Muslim Brotherhood's ongoing attempts to subvert America through its "civilization Jihad." Muslim radicals now advise the White House, the FBI, DHS and the military, dictating how Muslim extremism in America is be treated with kid gloves.
Much of this is the work of Grover Norquist, the very influential Republican and founder of Americans for Tax Reform. Norquist also serves on the board of the American Conservative Union, CPAC's organizer. Gaffney and the others have been unrelenting in their condemnation of Norquist's Muslim Brotherhood ties. While Norquist has done a lot to advance the cause of fiscal conservatism, especially with his "Taxpayer Protection Pledge,"
Gaffney and Co. make a compelling case that Norquist is working, either naively or knowingly, in concert with the Brotherhood to advance its subversive cause. Gaffney in particular, has developed a free internet video "Course in 10 Parts" regarding the Muslim Brotherhood in America and Norquist's role.
Breitbart sponsored a panel at CPAC on Saturday titled, "The Uninvited," The title was a play on words from the Palin movie "The Undefeated," also produced by Breitbart Chairman Steve Bannon. This was the best forum that I attended at CPAC, and covered not only the Muslim Brotherhood but other issues of immense importance that received little or no attention at CPAC, like military preparedness, crony capitalism and the persecution of Christians throughout the Muslim world. Read more about it at Breitbart, HERE.