And how’s this for quality journalism? — CNN bases an entire story around CAIR and makes no mention of their well-known terror connections and recent testimony by FBI chief Mueller stating they cut off all contact with them over “questionable leadership.”

Washington (CNN)A leading Muslim advocacy group accused potential presidential candidate Herman Cain of spewing “bigoted speech” Monday following remarks he made at a conservative conference last weekend.

While attending the Conservative Principles Conference last weekend in Iowa, Cain told a reporter — if he became president — he would not appoint a Muslim to his cabinet or as a federal judge.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) expressed outrage on Monday, saying Cain’s words show how “right wing” conservatives are currently engaging in Muslim bashing.

“Even post 9/11 you didn’t have this level of mainstreaming of anti-Muslim hate as you have now,” said Ibrahim Hooper, National Communications Director for CAIR.

In criticizing Cain’s comments, Hooper characterized them as going “even beyond the almost routine Muslim-bashing we see coming from the right wing of the political spectrum.”

Hooper was asked to specifically address Cain’s assertion, echoed by other conservatives, that some Muslims are trying to invoke Sharia law into the United States.

“It’s a manufactured controversy,” Hooper said. “There is nothing to it. It would be laughable if it weren’t having such a negative impact on the lives of Muslim Americans.”

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