This afternoon I spoke at CPAC on a panel hosted by the Breitbart group: "The Uninvited," consisting of various speakers who have been barred from speaking at CPAC. Many thanks to the Breitbart News team for having the courage to host an event like this. I spoke about how the conservative movement has been compromised by those who are collaborating with the Muslim Brotherhood, and how we need a genuine opposition to Obama's pro-Islamic supremacist foreign policy. It was an exciting event with a standing-room-only crowd. I will post the video as soon as it is available: the intrepid Pamela Hall was there filming.
I did not go to the CPAC blog awards event, so I did not get the People's Choice Blog Award. I did see John Hawkins passing by and gave him a cheery greeting; he looked massively grumpy -- maybe because of all the Leftists he has been hanging out with as he continues to dig his hole ever deeper: first it was Salon and now Raw Story. In the Raw Story piece he accuses me of fundraising off his telling me I couldn't speak about the Norquist/Khan Islamic supremacist connection at CPAC if I received the award. Where and when have I been fundraising on this, John?
Hawkins himself isn't important. But he is illustrative of a tendency: some people on the Right would sooner sell out their allies and give aid and comfort to the Leftist media than admit that there is a grave problem of Muslim Brotherhood involvement with key and influential people in the conservative movement.