Monday, August 29, 2011

Auntie Zeituni on Her Brother the Drunk: 'Why Don’t You Go to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C. and Ask Your President?'

It sure doesn't sound like Auntie Zeituni will be sending her nephew Barack any Christmas cards this year. Wait, does she even celebrate Christmas?
An illegal immigrant from Kenya busted for drunken driving after nearly striking a cop car in Framingham is the uncle of President Obama, the Herald has learned.

Obama Onyango told cops he wanted to “call the White House” after he was nabbed for OUI Aug. 24 after nearly plowing his SUV into a police cruiser. He was arraigned Thursday and was ordered held without bail because he was wanted on a federal immigration warrant, officials said.

Mike Rogers, a spokesman for Cleveland immigration attorney Margaret Wong, who is representing Onyango, confirmed that the 67-year-old is the president’s uncle. Wong is the same lawyer who represented the president’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, in her fight to win asylum last year.

Reached at her apartment in a South Boston public housing complex today, Zeituni Onyango said of her brother’s arrest: “Why don’t you go to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washintgon, D.C. and ask your president? Not me.” She then hung up on a reporter.

The White House also did not respond to a request for comment.

Zeituni and Obama Onyango are brother and sister, Rogers told the Herald today.

The two are the children of the president’s grandfather, Hussein Onyango Obama, and his third wife, Sarah, according to the London Times.

The Times also reported that Obama Onyango is the man referred to as “Uncle Omar” in the president’s 1995 book, “Dreams from My Father.” In the book, President Obama writes about his Uncle Omar as “the uncle who had left for America 25 years ago and had never come back.”



"We Are The Kenyans We've Been Waiting For" -

FrankG said...

deport all the Obamas

southernsue said...


left 25 years ago and never came back?

he has been illegal that long, even has driver's license and ss#?

love our immigration department and homeland security, i just feel so safe!ugh!