Tea Party Members Say CPAC No Longer Represents Conservative Values

Dan Joseph
By Dan Joseph | March 6, 2014 | 3:46 PM EST

MRCTV spoke with attendees at a fifth anniversary Tea Party rally to see if they believe the so-called Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), currently underway in the Nation's Capital, still reflects conservative values.

Attendees told MRCTV that CPAC has strayed from conservatism by inviting groups like GOProud and American Atheists to exhibit, and by inviting more moderate speakers like Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. John Cornyn.

One Tea Party attendee even suggested that radio host Mark Levin and Rep. Michele Bachmann should host their own version of CPAC - one that genuinely represents the values held by true conservatives.

Last week, at the fifth anniversary celebration of the birth of the Tea Party movement in Washington DC, patriots from around the country gathered to celebrate the dramatic ways in which they have changed the course of the national conversation since the onset of the Obama presidency.