Andrea Shea King to Host Panel Discussion of “The Betrayal Papers” on Friday

OBAMA AND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

by Sharon Rondeau

(May 15, 2015) — Beginning at 8:00 p.m. EDT this evening, radio host Andrea Shea King will present a discussion on “The Betrayal Papers,” a six-part intensive research project focusing on the myriad connections among Muslim Brotherhood-related individuals and Barack Hussein Obama.

The platform will be the WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com radio show operated by WOBC founder, Michael Volin, of which Vicki Webster is executive producer.

King, who hosts her own show on weekday evenings at 9:00 p.m. ET, will be speaking with Ann Barnhardt on Friday at 10:00 a.m., as she has on other occasions.

A promo for Friday evening’s show includes the following participants:

Mary Fanning and William Palumbo are the Co-founders of the Coalition of Concerned Citizens, which is a group of retired military, researchers, analysts, and journalists who are focused on exposing the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States.

Wallace Bruschweiler, who has been active with intelligence and counter-terrorism on four continents. Fluent in four languages, Brushweiler is an expert on national security issues with over 30 years experience operating in Europe, Middle East, and North Africa.

The papers were composed by the Coalition of Concerned Citizens, which comprises nearly two dozen researchers and organizations.  They have been published at The Post & Email, at the news website of former Alaska senatorial candidate Joe Miller, at The American Report, and at contributor Bethany Blankley’s website, among others.

Since taking office, Obama has appointed a myriad of individuals with connections to terror organizations to high posts within the Department of Homeland Security and has met privately with numerous Islamic clerics and other shadowy figures.

This writer will also be participating.  The show will conclude at 10:00 p.m. EDT.

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