Rep. Mike Rogers

Republicans in bed with the Muslim Brotherhood?

malikobama1It appears that with each passing week – if not more often than that – we are made aware of yet more evidence of the transcendent corruption in our government and political infrastructure, if you will. Although the emerging tyranny of the Obama administration and its audacious proliferation of collectivist policies defy reason, the façade has indeed begun to crumble.

As the crimes of the president and his collaborators are revealed, however, the evidence of even more entrenched subterfuge and malevolent designs comes to light. Some of these – like the overall objectives of Marxists like Obama – have been decades in the making, and involve individuals and organizations the average American would never suspect.

The Egyptian publication Ahram Online reported Tuesday that Egypt’s Field Marshall Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi met this week with a congressional delegation led by Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich. Rogers is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee; his discussions with El-Sisi reportedly “covered matters of mutual interest between the two countries, as well as regional and international issues.”

According to the Shoebat Foundation website, at least part of the delegation’s mission may be to look into the Egyptian government’s case against President Obama’s half-brother Malik Obama. He has been charged by the Egyptian government with participating in conspiracies involving the Muslim Brotherhood, which is now officially outlawed in Egypt. As reported in this space previously, the working relationship between the brothers Obama (which the administration maintains does not exist) coupled with the administration’s role in the rise of the Morsi regime in Egypt lend credence to the administration’s overall collusion with the Muslim Brotherhood.

In its most recent release on the subject, the Shoebat Foundation cautions readers not to jump to positive conclusions with regard to Rogers’ motives. It would not be the first time Republican members of Congress had interceded in this process of forming a new government in Egypt since Morsi’s ouster and had their motivations or allegiances questioned. In August of 2013, Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham traveled to Cairo at the behest of President Obama and met with Egypt’s interim leaders in an ostensible attempt to bring the military and civilian factions to the table following Morsi’s removal and arrest. Many contended that this was actually a show of support for the Muslim Brotherhood and intended to undermine the military.

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Posted by Erik Rush in Columns