Editor’s note: this is cross-posted from Refugee Resettlement Watch.
You all know the story about Onyango Obama aka Uncle Omar or Obama Okech Onyango, whatever his name is (lying seems to run in the family), the long-lost uncle of Barack Hussein Soetoro Obama (or whatever his real name is). If not, see our archive here at RRW and here at Potomac Tea Party Report.
Here is presumably the final chapter in Uncle Omar’s nearly 50-year odyssey as an illegal alien in America. The lesson of this story, hide out in America illegally as long as possible and you will never be deported.
From The Boston Globe:
A federal immigration judge ruled Tuesday that President Obama’s uncle can remain in the United States, sparing him deportation to his native Kenya in a case that riveted attention on the elderly man who had lived under the radar in this country for 50 years. For most of that time, he was here illegally.
Boston immigration Judge Leonard I. Shapiro said Onyango “Omar” Obama can now get a green card, and in five years, apply for US citizenship, unless the Department of Homeland Security appeals the case within 30 days.
“Congratulations,” Shapiro said after he announced his decision. “Welcome to America.”
The case stirred controversy because the president’s uncle was arrested in 2011 for drunken driving in Framingham and was found to have an outstanding deportation order from 1992. Many accused the government of giving him special treatment at the same time President Obama is deporting record numbers of illegal immigrants.
The President lies (again!)
Obama also invoked his nephew’s name during the hearing, which lasted more than an hour. Asked if he had relatives in the United States, he said he had two nieces; a sister, Zeituni Onyango, who appeared in court Tuesday; and his brother’s son, Barack Obama.
“I do have a nephew,” Obama said slowly. “He’s the president of the United States.”
The White House said last year that Obama had never met his famous nephew, but the uncle testified Tuesday that the president had stayed with him at his Cambridge apartment for three weeks when he came to attend Harvard Law School in the 1980s.
I hope we won’t have to wait too long after 2016 to learn the whole truth about this bunch!
BTW, I’ve read a lot of books about our dear leader’s history, but the best was Sally Jacobs’ ‘The Other Barack’ about the senior Obama, brother to Onyango and of course father (we think!) of the President. Jacobs is a veteran reporter at The Boston Globe.
Jacobs had long ago discovered the presence of the missing uncle as I reported here in 2011.
Update! Judy reported to me that even the WaPo noted this latest Presidential lie, here.