USAID inspector general falsified reports about Egypt for Obama, Clinton

Rep. Ed Royce, R-California, the chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives’ Foreign Affairs Committee, on Thursday reacted to a disturbing report that accuses yet one more top Obama administration official of falsifying a report in order to protect the President of the United States Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and others. The report involved the President Obama’s assistance in Egypt in the aftermath of toppling of President Hosni Mubarak’s regime in 2011.

After the fall of Mubarak, under Secretary Clinton, the State Department’s U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) hired several private sector organizations help in the development of pro-democracy programs in Egypt despite warnings that some involved in the process were actually members of the radical Muslim Brotherhood. The groups the USAID hired had not been registered to work in Egypt, even though the Obama administration was pouring hundreds of millions of taxpayers’ dollars into that nation.

Despite Islamic terrorism experts and intelligence analysts warning the White House and State Department otherwise, Obama, Clinton and even Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano insisted the Muslim Brotherhood was a moderate Muslim organization. Less than a year later, the new Egyptian government arrested and charged 43 non-governmental organization (NGO) workers with illegally operating a business in that Arab country. Meanwhile the USAID did not have a permanent inspector general and relied on an acting official…

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