The usurper in the White House, better know as Barack HUSSEIN Obama, don’t let that middle name fool you; it is important to note that his border jumping criminal half-aunt, Zeituni Onyango, who died at the age of 61 in Boston, Massachusetts. Isn’t that appropriate, where the revolution began, but still lives, this welfare enabled criminal was not deported. And we are not remiss to say that Obama condoned her behavior. This is nothing new from Obama’s far flung flaunting family, don’t forget his father was a bigamist; already married when he took it to Stanley Ann Durham. Barack Obama Sr. fathered six sons and a daughter in addition to Obama.
At the age of 23, Obama Sr. had come to Hawaii to pursue his education, leaving behind a pregnant wife and infant son in his home town of Nyang’oma Kogelo in Kenya. Dunham and Obama Sr. were married on the Hawaiian island of Maui on February 2, 1961, despite parental opposition from both families. Dunham was three months pregnant. Obama Sr. eventually informed Dunham about his first marriage in Kenya but claimed he was divorced. Years later, she would discover this was false. Obama Sr.’s first wife, Kezia, later said she had granted her consent for him to marry a second wife, in keeping with Luo customs. Obama was raised in a Muslim family. When he was about six years old and attending a Christian missionary school, the boy converted to Anglicanism when strongly encouraged by the staff. He changed his name from “Baraka” to “Barack”
She first came into the public eye in 2008 when reporters discovered she was living illegally in South Boston. At the time, then-Sen. Obama said he had no knowledge of her status. She had emigrated from Kenya in 2000, seeking political asylum, but her request was denied in 2004. She would later tell CBS Boston that she couldn’t afford to leave the U.S. when her asylum request was denied. She lived in a homeless shelter for two years before being assigned public housing.
Immigration attorney Margaret Wong later helped her win her asylum case in Boston’s immigration court, which she won in 2010. She later received a green card. What a joke.
She is not the only relative of the president to have run into trouble with immigration authorities. The president’s Kenyan-born half uncle, Onyango Obama, ignored a deportation order in 1992 but was granted permission to stay in the U.S. last December.
n 2010 Onyango was granted political asylum. Interviewed in September 2010 following this action, she described having lived in a homeless shelter for two years in Boston while waiting for her public housing apartment. She said that she received disability checks of up to $700 a month. She did not apologize for overstaying her visa.
“I don’t mind,” she said. “You can take that house. I can be on the streets with homeless people. I didn’t ask for it. They gave it to me. Ask your system. I didn’t create it or vote for it. Go and ask your system.”
And the beat goes on: Onyango donated money to her nephew’s 2008 presidential campaign, but these were considered illegal under US law. Foreign citizens and/or immigrants without green cards may not make political donations. The campaign said they would return her donations, regardless of her status, to avoid any appearance of wrong doing.
Wow, a typical American family to say the least.