Video: Obama Caught In Lie About Socialist Uncle

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By Western Journalism

Yesterday, Obama admitted to lying about his relationship with Onyango Obama—aka “Uncle Omar.” This after two days of keeping silent when Onyango had said during his deportation hearing on December 3—under oath—that Obama had lived with him for three weeks while attending Harvard Law School in the 1980s.

Obama had been lying about his relationship with Onyango for years, calling him the “long lost Uncle Omar” in the so-called “biography,” Dreams From My Father.” When Onyango was arrested for drunk driving in August of 2011 and became the center of a media storm, Obama vehemently stated that he had never—ever—met Uncle Omar—that he didn’t even know he was living in the United States.

But after Obama was outed in a bold-faced lie, he not only admitted to lying about it, but stated that after living with Onyango, they “saw each other once every few months” for several years.

The question is, why would Obama lie about something so inconsequential as living with his uncle and having contact with him for several years?

The answer: socialism. This was during the early 1980s, when Obama was most involved in his socialist activities and was dating Genevieve Cook, who was attending an obscure little college known for producing fervent socialist teachers—Bank Street College of Education.

And guess who was a classmate of Genevieve Cook and lived right down the street from Obama?

Socialist poster boy and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers.

No doubt Obama and Ayers reminisced about the good old days when Ayers was blowing up the Pentagon and murdering police officers.

Make no mistake: Uncle Omar knows all of Obama’s socialist secrets; he knows where all the bodies are buried, so to speak. And if Uncle Omar starts talking, get ready for him to be “Breitbarted.”

Watch Western Center for Journalism’s exclusive video to find out about Obama’s dirty little socialist secrets and what may prove to be the unmasking of Barack Obama once and for all.

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