CPAC and Hungary

What’s going on here?

April 5 (Reuters) - America’s most prominent conservative gathering, founded on ideals of personal liberty and limited government, convenes in Budapest next month to celebrate a European leader accused of undermining democracy and individual rights.

The May meeting of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is seen by some Republicans as a test of how closely American conservatives are willing align themselves with a global movement of far-right, Russia-friendly strongmen embraced by former U.S. President Donald Trump.

The event’s keynote speaker is Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a longtime supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The European Union has accused Orban, who won re-election by a large margin on Sunday, of curbing media and judicial independence, enriching associates with public funds and recasting election laws to entrench his power.

Sure, personal liberty for us, f… everyone else’s.

Another Trump hit piece. I stopped counting at 10 the number of times Trump’s name was mentioned. You can’t stop. The so called Princeton professor does not like Orban because he is against mass immigration. That is the real reason why the EU leftist leaders are against Orban. Hungary is part of NATO. that should tell you how Orban sees his own country.