For standing by her putative man, the exposed Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin has for the first time received some negative press attention amid the avalanche of coverage calling her "smart," "accomplished" and "elegant." But still off-limits has been any discussion in the mainstream media of her numerous ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
It's not that the evidence is lacking. It's that the politically correct elites have forbidden examination or discussion of it. Even to question whether Abedin has any connections with the Brotherhood, and whether those connections had any influence over Hillary Clinton's decisions as secretary of State, is to demonstrate that one is a bigot, a racist, an Islamophobe, and a hatemonger, as well as a hysterical paranoiac.
Indeed, one infallible way to determine a stranger's political positions on just about anything is to ask if he or she thinks Huma Abedin has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. If the stranger responds with righteous outrage, you're dealing with a doctrinaire, mainstream liberal. If, on the other hand, the response is, "Yes, that is something that should be investigated," you're face-to-face with a Tea Partier.