We all know there has been a lot of controversy around Obama’s ghost written book Dreams From My Father. In fact there is a lot of inquisition that goes into the majority of what Obama says—lately most of which turns out to be lies. We reported earlier in December about Obama’s half brother releasing a book correcting all the lies Obama claimed to be true in Dreams From My Father.
Mark Obama Ndesandjo recently took to a radio talk show with Laura Ingraham in order to talk about a few of the controversial book’s points. It wasn’t long before Ingraham brought up the claim that Obama had only met his half brother once.
Ndesndjo quickly responded, “I was floored by it — I don’t know why he said it.” Instead he insists that they have met several times over the course of their lives. Baffled by the statement, he conjects, “I think he was being president and was not being my brother.”
They first apparently met back in 1980 in Kenya where the two didn’t really hit it off. Ndesandjo claimed Obama was, “too black,” as he was in search of their black fathers roots. Of course, as Ndesndjo looked to separate himself from their abusive father’s name, Obama didn’t really see eye to eye with him.
Because of the book though, Obama’s Kenyan family has in fact distanced themselves from him conveying that they did not appreciate the public manor he displayed their family’s affairs in. Later during the interview, Ingraham points out that Obama doesn’t seem to enjoy the company of his family anyways as he would much rather, “prefer the company of celebrities such as Jay-Z and Beyoncé.”
He finishes the question by saying that more than anything, he was disappointed in Obama’s statements.
Well, you and me both pal—although not necessarily about this statement.
What do you guys think of just another one of Obama’s lies—do you think it’s shameful that Obama lies so frequently it’s becoming “no big deal” to hear about them?
Let us know in a comment below.