PROFANITY, DEFAMATION AND LIES SPEWED BY PRO-OBAMA WEBSITE
by Sharon Rondeau
(Feb. 10, 2013) — In a forum post at The Fogbow, an Obama support group, character assassination and the divulging of personal information which may or may not be accurate is carried out regularly against Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, this writer, and many others.
They have established individual pages for numerous citizens who have questioned Barack Hussein’s eligibility and identity while using screen names themselves.
The post at the bottom of the link referenced above is too obscene to be reposted here, but a screenshot has been taken:
The Fogbow was an outgrowth of the now-defunct Politijab and seeks to prove the legitimacy of Barack Hussein Obama’s de facto presidency. The group has also targeted Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio, whose Cold Case Posse is conducting an investigation into Obama’s documentation and identity, having declared his long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration to be “computer-generated forgeries.”
The Fogbow reported in 2008 that “a rumor” began to circulate at that time that Obama was “born in Kenya.” However, in 2012, evidence surfaced which appeared to show that Obama himself had said he had been born in the eastern African nation until April 2007, when his official biography was changed to say that he was born in Hawaii.
The issue over Obama’s eligibility has not been whether or not he is a U.S. citizen, but whether or not he meets the requirement of “natural born Citizen” as required by Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution. However, doubts about his even being a U.S. citizen exist.
The Cold Case Posse invited Gen. Colin Powell to inspect evidence which its lead investigator, Mike Zullo, stated has not yet been made public regarding Obama’s history after Powell told major media outlets that the discussion about Obama’s birth certificate is “birther nonsense.”
Along with the birth certificate Obama claims as his own, the Social Security number he has been using since approximately 1980 appears to have been issued by the state of Connecticut, where he never worked or lived, according to his official biography.
Many members of The Fogbow are believed to be attorneys located in Southern California, although at least one appears to live in Minnesota. One is said to be a defense attorney involved in a case brought by Atty. Orly Taitz. A North Carolina newspaper reports that the group has a “global reach” and features a photo allegedly supplied by William L. Bryan, the site owner. Bryan claimed responsibility for the large deployment of police officers, FBI agents and SWAT teams on April 20, 2010 in Madisonville, the county seat of Monroe County, TN involving Walter Fitzpatrick and Darren Huff, who is now in federal prison.
During Huff’s federal trial in October 2011, he was a frequent topic of conversation at The Fogbow. The author of the Raleigh, NC newspaper article, Josh Shaffer, describes Bryan’s and others’ comments at The Fogbow as “wildly funny attacks.”
The First Amendment gives everyone the right to speak his or her mind short of defamation, false statements, threats, or shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theater when it does not exist. Political speech and the media are protected “from government interference” by the First Amendment. The media was intended by the Founders to be independent of political influence.
While ABC, CBS, NPR, NBC, and AOL display a left-leaning agenda, The Post & Email will not be controlled by politicians of any party, and we never endorse candidates for office, despite Fogbow’s speculation over whom we would endorse in 2012. We endorsed no one.
Members of The Fogbow have left numerous comments at The Post & Email in the same vein as detailed above. Several of them are currently paid subscribers. Some have perpetrated subscription and Paypal scams. Fogbow members are suspected of hacking this website and keeping it offline last January as well as issuing death threats against this writer which were reported to law enforcement and then abruptly stopped.
While they have the right to support Obama, they do not have the right to infringe on the rights of others.
The question is: What will they do when Obama’s ship sinks, as it undoubtedly will? Will they be charged as criminal co-conspirators in the largest hoax ever to be carried out against the American people, or are they simply misinformed?
Why do they care so much about what The Post & Email publishes, anyway?
If Obama’s supporters have such low standards, what does that say about their Dear Leader?