Host: Vic Eliason Guest: Dr. Jerome Corsi
Dr. Jerome Corsi received his doctorate from Harvard. He is a WND senior staff reporter. He is also a #1 New York Times best-selling author having written books such as “Unfit for Command”, “The Obama Nation”, and the soon to be released book, “Who Really Killed Kennedy?”.
Dr. Corsi began with shocking news that last week, Tehani al-Gebali, the Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, went on TV in Egypt and said her purpose was to inform the American people that Malik Obama, brother of President Obama, is one of the architects of the major investments of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
Dr. Corsi reminded listeners that since the military government is currently in place in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood is charged with crimes of terrorism and spying. This means that the association between President Obama's brother Malik and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt places him in connection with terrorists and criminals. This is basically what the government of Egypt was broadcasting to the world through the message of Tehani al-Gebali.
WND has also discovered that Malik has been involved with an Islamic Da'wa fund in Sudan, a nation considered to be a terrorists state by our State Department, along with advising the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
Malik has 501(c)3 status for a foundation called the Barack H. Obama Foundation. According to Dr. Corsi, Malik was operating this foundation as though it were a 501(c)3 operation, telling people since 2008 that he had obtained the exemption even though he had never applied to the IRS for it.
In May of 2011, Malik applied for the IRS exemption and received it within 28 days. It was signed by Lois Lerner, the director of the IRS who is currently under congressional investigation. In fact, the exemption was granted retroactively to cover the years that Malik had been operating the Barack H. Obama Foundation illegally.
This information represents only part of the trail that Dr. Corsi has uncovered and you can become informed on the additional details when you review this edition of Crosstalk.