The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) kicked Campus Watch Fellow Andrew E. Harrod out of an "Anti-Muslim Bias in Politics" panel in DC, even though it was broadcast online. Apparently, "diversity" and "inclusion" doesn't apply to critics. His report appears at the Algemeiner.
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This expulsion made ironic the comments by [CAIR Government Affairs Director Robert] McCaw and his CAIR colleagues in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill during this sparsely attended event. He spoke of "open conversations" in which "we are going to encourage audience members to ask questions." CAIR Research and Advocacy Director Abbas Barzegar similarly stated that "we are trying to make this as comfortable as possible, as relaxed as possible" with a "moderated talk show-style conversation." CAIR's panel instead presented dubious boilerplate cries of victimization that have filled innumerable similar events, even as anti-Semitic hate crimes are consistently more prevalent than anti-Muslim hate crimes.