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by Sharon Rondeau

As of 12:00 p.m. EDT on Saturday, Walid Shoebat’s website is giving a continuous error message

(May 10, 2014) — On Saturday, The Post & Email was preparing to write an article on several reports issued by Walid Shoebat, who had recently written that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers was “busted” in “another coverup” because of information he possessed regarding events leading up to the attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 which killed four Americans.

Instead, we found that Shoebat’s website was down for an extended period of time as indicated by the error message at right.

In late March, Rogers announced that he would not seek re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives and will be hosting a radio show after his retirement.  Rogers became an FBI agent after serving as a U.S. Army officer and is completing his sixth term in the House.

After Rogers made his announcement to retire and move to radio, Shoebat commented that the timing of Rogers’s decision was “curious.”

Shoebat had reported that in February, Rogers had met with Egyptian General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to discuss the background of Barack Hussein Obama’s alleged half-brother, Malik, who Shoebat reported is the financier of The Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization which declared itself an enemy of the United States.

Obama employs a number of individuals with ties to The Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic terror groups.  Despite claiming to be a Christian, Obama’s former pastor stated that he was “steeped in Islam” when he began attending the Trinity United Church of Christ in the early 1990s.

Internet search yielding Walid Shoebat’s articles on Morsi’s involvement with terrorist organizations

From documentary and video evidence, Shoebat believes that former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was involved in the Benghazi attack and had meetings with top Al Qaeda leadership before he was deposed in early July of last year.

In 2011, Malik Obama had launched a non-profit foundation in memory of his father with the purported mission “to provide people everywhere with resources to uplift their welfare and living standards in memory of Barack H. Obama: in the region of his birth, Kenya and beyond.”

Malik Obama has multiple wives and is considered “dangerous” by some, including Shoebat, because of his ties to the terrorist group Hamas.

Shoebat has claimed that Malik’s foundation is in reality funneling money to terrorist organizations and that Malik is the chief worldwide financier of Islamic terror organizations.

The foundation’s tax-exempt status was streamlined in 30 days, with the approval letter signed by Lois Lerner, who was found in contempt of Congress on Wednesday for failing to answer questions about the politically-motivated targeting of “conservative,” Tea Party, and pro-Second-Amendment groups by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Lerner had served as the Director of Exempt Organizations Division since 2005 after working at the Federal Elections Commission (FEC).

Last month, The Washington Times reported that Lerner could be imprisoned within the Capitol as a result of the contempt citation if the U.S. Justice Department, led by Eric Holder, refuses to prosecute her.  Last year, Lerner made a statement to Congress professing her innocence in the scandal and then invoked the Fifth Amendment, which states that a defendant can decline to testify to avoid self-incrimination.

Shoebat had contended that Rogers could be involved in a cover-up for the Obama regime of arms reportedly shipped to Syria from Libya through the U.S. mission which was demolished as a result of the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack.  Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and United National Ambassador Susan Rice had falsely characterized the attack as “a spontaneous protest” over an obscure internet video which few had actually seen, with Rice appearing on five Sunday talk shows directly afterward.

Recent emails obtained by Judicial Watch appear to show that Rice was instructed by White House employees to depict Obama as a “steady and statesmanlike” leader and the video as the cause of the attack.

Shoebat has also written that Rogers’s claim that he possessed evidence that a chemical weapons attack launched in Syria last August was perpetrated by dictator Bashir Al-Assad, which reportedly contradicted the claims of another congressman.  Shoebat presented information he had gathered which he said showed that rebel forces, which include Al Qaeda and other terrorist group members, launched the attack.

On May 7, The Post & Email contacted Rogers’s media representative, Kelsey Knight, to ask the following:

Hello, I run an electronic newspaper, The Post & Email, which reports on government corruption.

I don’t know if you are aware of several reports issued by Walid Shoebat in recent weeks which state that Rep. Rogers might have had knowledge of the secret transfer of weapons through the U.S. mission in Benghazi to Turkey and then Syria before the attack on September 11, 2012 which killed four Americans.


In another article, Shoebat references that Rep. Rogers went to Egypt earlier this year to investigate Malik Obama’s alleged ties to terrorists, specifically, The Muslim Brotherhood.  Is there any truth to this?


Does Rogers still believe that Syrian President Bashir Al-Assad launched the chemical weapons attack last August 21?  Is there evidence of that?

One of the statements Shoebat made is “We must conclude that Rogers was lying, covering up, or both.”

Could I obtain a statement from you on this?

Thank you very much.

Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email
P.O. Box 195
Stafford Springs, CT  06076

As is typical of media representatives working at taxpayer expense for members of Congress, there was no reply.

Update, 4:45 p.m. EDT:  At 2:00 p.m. EDT, a reader of The Post & Email sent an email stating that she was able to access Shoebat’s website.  This writer attempted to do so using the Bing and Yahoo! search engines and continued to be brought to the same error message pictured above.

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