By Robert Spencer
Want to know what is wrong with establishment conservatism? Here is what’s wrong with establishment conservatism:
Grover Norquist may be more responsible than anyone else for Muslim Brotherhood access to the highest levels of power in the U.S. David Horowitz wrote that Norquist “has formed alliances with prominent Islamic radicals who have ties to the Saudis and to Libya and to Palestine Islamic Jihad, and who are now under indictment by U.S. authorities. Equally troubling is that the arrests of these individuals and their exposure as agents of terrorism have not resulted in noticeable second thoughts on Grover’s part or any meaningful effort to dissociate himself from his unsavory friends.”
Am I saying he will be bringing his Brotherhood pals along on this jolly cruise? Of course not. But those who love Norquist for his work against high taxes never take his enabling of Islamic supremacism into account. They should.