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by Sharon Rondeau
(Feb. 17, 2013) — A forum member of The Fogbow, a group of Obama supporters who regularly discuss and defame those seeking the truth about their leader, Barack Hussein Obama, has threatened to infect certain people’s computers with “malware.”
In a posting on February 16, 2013, “SueDB” stated:
With all the RWNJs running around the net…it would be really easy to target them with malware. It is nothing against them except they will jump into something without thinking (trait they all share) and BINGO!
“RWNJ” stands for “right-wing nut jobs.”
A comment made by “Reality Check” above that of SueDB states that Paul Irey, a typesetting expert who wrote an extensive report and supplied an affidavit to Atty. Orly Taitz on why he believes Obama’s long-form birth certificate is a forgery, said that Irey encountered “a link to a malware infected site” via his Yahoo! email account.
How did Reality Check know that?
Some of the postings at Fogbow use offensive language and imagery.
Obama has been accused of forgery, Social Security fraud, election fraud and treason. Two cases conferenced by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday are awaiting a decision as to whether or not the court will advance either to oral argument.
A law enforcement investigation has suggested that “identity fraud” has been committed to hide Obama’s true name and background. His whereabouts and activity are unknown on the night four Americans were killed at a U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya.
The Post & Email had been hacked multiple times before moving to a new company and a dedicated server in early February of last year. During the hackings, we were hosted by GoDaddy, which is also the host of The Fogbow.