Obama Uncle Beneficiary Of Deportation Moratorium

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
09/12/2011
       
Obama Uncle Beneficiary Of Deportation Moratorium

Two weeks ago, President Obama ordered a massive review of 300,000 deportation cases of illegal aliens because they had either not broken any other laws while living in the country illegally or are considered “lesser offenders.” The first high-profile beneficiary of the policy has a familiar name: Obama.

That’s right, the president’s illegal-alien uncle, Omar Onyango Obama, who was caught driving drunk and has evaded a deportation ordered since 1992, was “quietly released” from custody, the Boston Globe reported last week.

His successful evasion of the nation’s immigration laws mirrors that of Obama’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, who hired a slick immigration attorney to convince an immigration court to give her asylum.

Two weeks ago, President Obama ordered a massive review of 300,000 deportation cases of illegal aliens because they had either not broken any other laws while living in the country illegally or are considered “lesser offenders.” The first high-profile beneficiary of the policy has a familiar name: Obama.

That’s right, the president’s illegal-alien uncle, Omar Onyango Obama, who was caught driving drunk and has evaded a deportation ordered since 1992, was “quietly released” from custody, the Boston Globe reported last week.

His successful evasion of the nation’s immigration laws mirrors that of Obama’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, who hired a slick immigration attorney to convince an immigration court to give her asylum.

Omar Onyango Obama, 67, the president’s father’s half-brother, was a liquor store clerk. As the Globe reported, cops put the cuffs on the blotto Kenyan on August 24. They “said the car he was driving darted in front of a police cruiser, nearly causing the officer to hit his car.”

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Photo: President Barack Obama's aunt Zeituni Onyango speaks to The Associated Press during an interview in her home in Boston in 2009: AP Images

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