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Obama’s Illegal Alien Uncle Fears Deportation if Romney Wins
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On November 6, 2012 @ 5:18 pm In The Point | 4 Comments
It’s almost like the Obama Crime Family has good reason to fear the restoration of law and order in this country.
Last year, it was reported that Obama, 68, had been a fugitive from deportation since 1992 after moving to the U.S. decades ago.
His whereabouts had been unknown for years, but last August he was arrested for driving under the influence and other motoring offences after swerving in front of a police cruiser and nearly causing an accident.
Going through his files police found he had violated an order to go back to his native Kenya 20 years ago and, according to a police report, told officers: ‘I think I will call the White House’.
He was quietly released from jail last September and the immigration agency refused to discuss his case, which is still believed to be pending.
After receiving a 45-day driving suspension, Obama was allowed to renew his diving licence in May, following a court hearing in March.
Now the half-uncle of Romney’s great rival is worried about his fate if the GOP candidate wins.
A regular customer of the shop where he works in Framingham, said: ‘He won’t talk about it, but he is watching the election very careful, and is very worried about the results.
When asked if he would deport Obama, Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he most certainly would.
During an interview with radio personality Howie Carr last December, Romney said: ‘Well, if the laws of the United States say he should be deported, and I presume they do, then of course we should follow those laws.
‘The answer is yes’.
Following the law. What an astounding idea. Maybe we could try doing that for a change.
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