The American Conservative Union has been taking heat for member Suhail Khan, a Muslim with ties to extremism, (and that’s putting it lightly.)

The PJ Tatler has video of Khan at CPAC saying…wait for it…there is no Muslim Brotherhood in America:

Completely incorrect.

I did a simple Google search and found this list, also from the PJ Tatler:

The Muslim Brotherhood’s own Explanatory Memorandum identifies the following groups under the heading “a list of our organizations and the organizations of our friends”:

• Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

• Muslim Student Association (MSA)

• The Muslim Communities Association (MCA)

• The Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS)

• The Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers (AMSE)

• Islamic Medical Association (IMA)

• Islamic Teaching Center (ITC)

• North American Islamic Trust (NAIT)

• Foundation for International Development (FID)

• Islamic Housing Cooperative (IHC)

• Islamic Centers Division (ICD)

• American Trust Publications (ATP)

• Audio-Visual Center (AVC)

• Islamic Book Service (IBS)

• Muslim Businessmen Association (MBA)

• Muslim Youth of North America (MYNA)

• ISNA Fiqh Committee (IFC)

• ISNA Political Awareness Committee (IPAC)

• Islamic Education Department (IED)

• Muslim Arab Youth Association (MAYA)

• Malasian (sic) Islamic Study Group (MISG)

• Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP)

• United Association for Studies and Research (UASR)

• Occupied Land Fund (OLF)

• Mercy International Association (MIA)

• Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)

• Baitul Mal Inc (BMI)

• International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT)

• Islamic Information Center (IIC)

Several of the preeminent Muslim-American organizations in the United States today (notably, the Council on American Islamic Relations [CAIR], the Muslim Public Affairs Council [MPAC] and the Islamic Free Market Institute [II]) had not been established at the time in 1991 when this document was adopted by the Muslim Brotherhood.

How did this guy become a part of the ACU, and why is he still there?