Bannon, Flynn and Sessions: How Trump’s top advisers view Muslims, in their own words

Months before they became two of President Trump’s top advisers, Steve Bannon and Sebastian Gorka, engaged in a winding conversation about Islam on Bannon’s talk-radio show.

“The dirty little secret, Steve, that nobody wants to tell you, (is) what the bad guys do — what al-Qaeda does or what ISIS is doing right now — is not fundamentally un-Islamic,” said Gorka, who at the time of the April 2016 show was a Breitbart writer, but today is a deputy assistant to the president.

The recordings of Bannon’s Breitbart News Daily radio show shed light on how a cadre of top Trump administration officials view immigration and, more specifically, Muslims.more:….USATODAY.COM

Inspiring Intolerance: The Truth about Robert Spencer – A Review of the Truth about Muhammad: Founder of the World’s Most Intolerant Religion

Aside from structural problems with the book and issues with the charged political background of its publishing, there are deep substantive flaws with Spencer’s arguments. Spencer consistently makes unfounded assertions about Muslims, misinterprets Islam’s treatment of women, and misrepresents all Muslims as “Islamicists,” ready to strike terror at any moment….more: The Asian American Law Journal (AALJ)-

How the Anti-Muslim Fringe Conquered the White House?

The theory: ISIS represents the soul of Islam.

Gaffney is the president of the Center for Security Policy, or CSP, a right-wing think tank located just blocks from the White House. In 2010, it convened a panel to study the Islamic threat to America. The group — which included former CIA Director R. James Woolsey and former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency Edward Soyster — called itself “Team B II…MORE:  vox.com/