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Obama's Aunt Zeituni

Barack Obama's aunt, a Kenyan woman who has been quietly living in public housing in Boston, is in the United States illegally after an immigration judge rejected her request for asylum four years ago.

Zeituni Onyango, 56, referred to as "Aunti Zeituni" in Obama's memoir, was instructed to leave the United States by a U.S. immigration judge who denied her asylum request, a person familiar with the matter told the AP late Friday.

   

Onyango's refusal to leave the country would represent an administrative, non-criminal violation of U.S. immigration law, meaning such cases are handled outside the criminal court system.

Speaking outside her home in Flaherty Way, South Boston, on Tuesday, Ms. Onyango, 56, confirmed she was the "Auntie Zeituni" in Mr Obama’s memoir.  She declined to answer most other questions about her relationship with the presidential contender until after the November 4 election.  "I can’t talk about it, I just pray for him, that’s all," she said, adding: "After the 4th, I can talk to anyone."

recently made a $260 campaign contribution to her nephew's presidential bid from a work address in the city.  This contribution, like millions of others from foreigners is, of course, illegal.  The Obama Campaign accepted it anyway, like all the other illegal contributions.
Zeituni Gets A Free Lawyer
In January, 2009, Obama's illegal alien aunt enlisted the help of an immigration lawyer to help her win asylum and stay in the United States.

Margaret Wong and Associates is representing Zeituni Onyango, the 56-year-old Kenyan half-sister of Obama's deceased father, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.  Onyango and her lawyer are scheduled to attend an immigration hearing in Boston on April 1.

"The judge will be looking at evidence that they may not have been aware of four years ago," Michael Rogers, spokesman for Wong, told the newspaper.  "Wong is optimistic.  We would have preferred to not conduct this case in the media spotlight, but that's not going to happen."

Onyango, revealed in November to be dwelling on Flaherty Way in a South Boston slum, has been living in the United States illegally, refusing to leave the U.S. for her Kenyan homeland after a judge rejected her request for asylum in 2004.
Zeituni Goes To Court 
The Boston Herald is reporting that the illegal alien aunt of Barack Obama could learn this week whether she can put down roots in Boston -- or start packing her bags for a one-way trip back to Kenya.

And, save for U.S. Immigration Court Judge Leonard I. Shapiro, she’ll know before anyone else.  Zeituni Polly Onyango has persuaded Shapiro to bar the public from her removal proceeding Thursday morning at the John F. Kennedy Federal Building, though it’s unclear why.

"I assume (Shapiro) thought it would be a three-ring circus.  She’s the aunt of the president of the United States -- the most famous man in the world," said Mike Rogers, spokesman for the Ohio law firm defending Onyango, 57, against the Department of Homeland Security.
    
    
Officials claimed no knowledge of Obama meddling on behalf of his late father’s African half-sister, and said Onyango isn’t trying "to capitalize" on family favoritism.

"Everyone knows she’s related to him," Rogers said.  "It’s a no-win situation for him.  He can’t get involved in this.  The law has got to run its course."

Onyango, an unemployed computer programmer, has been in the country illegally since 2004, when Shapiro ordered her to leave.  Recent attempts to reach her at the South Boston housing development where she’s been living since a December 2008 stay of her deportation have been unsuccessful.
Obama’s Auntie Still Freeloading 
Michael Graham says Here’s another Obama sweetheart deal you won’t see on C-SPAN.

This morning, the fate of Boston’s most infamous illegal immigrant, Zeituni Polly Onyango (also known as "Aunt Zeituni") will be determined in a closed-door hearing.

Why in secret?  Because Auntie’s saga reveals every embarrassing truth that amnesty advocates and open-borders liberals like Mayor Tom Menino and Gov. Deval Patrick try to hide.

The most important being that illegal immigrants don’t get that way without first doing something, well, illegal.

Barack Obama’s Aunt Zeituni admits she illegally overstayed her visa.  Instead of obeying the law, she went to a judge in 2003 with a bogus request for asylum.  She was turned down.  She ignored the deportation order and instead filed an appeal.  She was told again: It’s illegal for you to stay -- she’s still here.

Aunt Zeituni donated $260 to her nephew’s campaign for president -- which is also against the law because she’s not a U.S. citizen.  How against the law is it?  Remember when Obama launched his unprecedented attack against the Supreme Court during his State of the Union?  His complaint was that foreigners might donate money to influence U.S. elections.

All these crimes extend from the first crime -- violating our immigration laws.  It is simply impossible to stay in this country illegally without committing other crimes, like tax fraud and identity theft.

But it’s not the illegal stuff that Aunt Zeituni’s doing that’s so outrageous.  It’s what she’s apparently able to do legally and openly.

She is shamelessly -- and happily -- living in taxpayer-subsidized housing intended for citizens and legal immigrants.  Is there some poor American veteran living in a shelter because she’s got this apartment?  Aunt Zeituni doesn’t care -- why should she?  Menino and the Boston Housing Authority don’t.

And now she’s back in court, using taxpayer resources with another bogus bid for asylum.  She says she can’t go back to Kenya because of "political turmoil."  Sorry lady, but if that’s the basis for an appeal, nobody would have been allowed back in the White House since Scott Brown’s election.

Aunt Zeituni’s case puts the lie to the old canard that all criminal immigrants are here to work.  She gets a stipend from a city program, along with her housing.  In fact, as the Center for Immigration Studies points out, illegal immigrant households are far more likely to be on the dole than the average American.  She also highlights the obvious truth of the Heritage Foundation study that our 12 million illegal immigrants are a $2.2 trillion net drain on the taxpayers over the course of their lifetimes.

All of which ignores the most obvious and angering question: Why are Boston taxpayers stuck taking care of the law-breaking aunt of the President of the United States?

She’s got a millionaire in the family right now, one who also happens to live in public housing, by the way.  He’s got room, too.  Worst case scenario, Joe Biden can bunk with Bo.

Instead we get another secret deal that’s almost certain to keep the taxpayers on the hook.  Obama, here’s a problem you can solve with a phone call.  Get your aunt a plane ticket to Kenya, or D.C., or hey -- how about Nebraska?

Call it the Ben Nelson version of immigration reform.  We pay for their Medicaid, Omaha pays for your aunt.

Obama could always put Aunt Zeituni up in his Chicago mansion -- it's currently unoccupied. 
Zeituni's Can Kicked Down The Road 
Sweetness & Light comments on a Boston Globe report of an immigration hearing that could lead to the deportation of Obama’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, ended today without a decision being issued.  Onyango has been living in Boston and has been under a deportation order since 2004 when her request for asylum was denied by a US Immigration Court judge.  Actually, Ms. Onyango was first ordered to be deported in 2003, according to another Boston Globe article.

She appealed that order in a closed-door hearing at the John F. Kennedy Building in downtown Boston, testifying for about three hours yesterday.
    
    
Onyango, who leaned on a cane as she moved around the building, did not speak with reporters.  Neither her attorney, Margaret Wong, nor Wong’s spokeswoman, Amy Cohn, would discuss her testimony.  Wong said Obama has not submitted any letter on behalf of his aunt.

At the White House today, spokesman Robert Gibbs said Obama is staying out of the matter.  Obama learned about his aunt’s legal plight in 2008 during his campaign, Gibbs said. "We said then and we would continue to say that everybody in this country should and must follow the law," he said, according to a transcript supplied by the White House.  "We have not been involved at all in that hearing, and we’ll let the law play out as it should."

The aunt’s legal team said they were calling two medical doctors as witnesses.  They identified the doctors as Dr. David Stone and Dr. Robert Weiss.  Stone, they said, is Onyango’s personal physician.  They declined to identify Weiss’s medical specialty or hospital affiliation.  "The doctors are here in relation to her medical condition, but that’s not every aspect of the case," Cohn said…

Why is this hearing being held behind closed doors?  That is not the convention.  Is national security involved?  And why has Ms. Onyango’s case taken so long to decide?  She has been ordered to be deported twice; first in 2003, and then in 2004.  And, lest we forget, her deportation hearing was postponed from April of last year until yesterday.  And now the decision has been postponed again.

Meanwhile, in the past seven years nothing whatsoever has occurred to change the circumstances of the case.  Certainly the political situation in Kenya is no worse now, since one of her relatives, Raila Odinga, is the current Kenyan Prime Minister.  No, all that has changed is that Ms. Onyango has added to her list of illegal acts.  Which include an illegal $260 contribution to her nephew's presidential campaign.

She has also continued to bilk the US taxpayers out of money for public housing as well as expensive operations and, of course, for her immigration lawyers.

As the article suggests, Ms. Onyango’s attorneys are now claiming that her medical condition prevents her from returning to her native Kenya.  In fact, her lawyers now claim that Ms. Onyango cannot walk.  Indeed, her taxpayer supplied attorney, Ms. Margaret Wong claims, "she has to go in a wheelchair but because of her pride she tries to give the impression that she can walk."

We have to say, it’s a mighty convincing "impression."  Besides, nobody is saying she has to walk back to Kenya.

The American taxpayer has been paying for this parasite's existence for ten years, including that nice outfit she's wearing in the photo. 

We'll all be dead from old age before they deport this serial lawbreaker.  In the meantime she will continue to receive free housing, free money, free medical, and free legal -- is America a great country, or what?

It would be interesting to know if she is registered to vote.
 
Obama’s Auntie Still Freeloading
Michael Graham says Here’s another Obama sweetheart deal you won’t see on C-SPAN.

This morning, the fate of Boston’s most infamous illegal immigrant, Zeituni Polly Onyango (also known as "Aunt Zeituni") will be determined in a closed-door hearing.

Why in secret?  Because Auntie’s saga reveals every embarrassing truth that amnesty advocates and open-borders liberals like Mayor Tom Menino and Gov. Deval Patrick try to hide.

The most important being that illegal immigrants don’t get that way without first doing something, well, illegal.

Barack Obama’s Aunt Zeituni admits she illegally overstayed her visa.  Instead of obeying the law, she went to a judge in 2003 with a bogus request for asylum.  She was turned down.  She ignored the deportation order and instead filed an appeal.  She was told again: It’s illegal for you to stay -- she’s still here.

Aunt Zeituni donated $260 to her nephew’s campaign for president -- which is also against the law because she’s not a U.S. citizen.  How against the law is it?  Remember when Obama launched his unprecedented attack against the Supreme Court during his State of the Union?  His complaint was that foreigners might donate money to influence U.S. elections.

All these crimes extend from the first crime -- violating our immigration laws.  It is simply impossible to stay in this country illegally without committing other crimes, like tax fraud and identity theft.

But it’s not the illegal stuff that Aunt Zeituni’s doing that’s so outrageous.  It’s what she’s apparently able to do legally and openly.

She is shamelessly -- and happily -- living in taxpayer-subsidized housing intended for citizens and legal immigrants.  Is there some poor American veteran living in a shelter because she’s got this apartment?  Aunt Zeituni doesn’t care -- why should she?  Menino and the Boston Housing Authority don’t.

And now she’s back in court, using taxpayer resources with another bogus bid for asylum.  She says she can’t go back to Kenya because of "political turmoil."  Sorry lady, but if that’s the basis for an appeal, nobody would have been allowed back in the White House since Scott Brown’s election.

Aunt Zeituni’s case puts the lie to the old canard that all criminal immigrants are here to work.  She gets a stipend from a city program, along with her housing.  In fact, as the Center for Immigration Studies points out, illegal immigrant households are far more likely to be on the dole than the average American.  She also highlights the obvious truth of the Heritage Foundation study that our 12 million illegal immigrants are a $2.2 trillion net drain on the taxpayers over the course of their lifetimes.

All of which ignores the most obvious and angering question: Why are Boston taxpayers stuck taking care of the law-breaking aunt of the President of the United States?

She’s got a millionaire in the family right now, one who also happens to live in public housing, by the way.  He’s got room, too.  Worst case scenario, Joe Biden can bunk with Bo.

Instead we get another secret deal that’s almost certain to keep the taxpayers on the hook.  Obama, here’s a problem you can solve with a phone call.  Get your aunt a plane ticket to Kenya, or D.C., or hey -- how about Nebraska?

Call it the Ben Nelson version of immigration reform.  We pay for their Medicaid, Omaha pays for your aunt.

Obama could always put Aunt Zeituni up in his Chicago mansion -- it's currently unoccupied.
Now, Here's A Surprise
Flopping Aces reports that the Obama welfare state got aunt gets a pass from the courts.  Reason -- undisclosed.

Does anyone think that the beltway powerhouses didn't extend their tentacles into this immigration case?  Obama's "Auntie Zeituni", who ignored deportation orders since 2004, gets a pass.  Why?  Judge ain't sayin'…..
   

Obama's "Auntie Zeituni", who was discovered by The Times living illegally in Boston, was granted asylum in America yesterday in a controversial decision that will fuel the already charged debate on illegal immigrants.

A judge ruled that Zeituni Onyango, 57, the Kenyan half-sister of Obama's late father, would be allowed to stay in the country despite ignoring a 2004 deportation order.

Ms Onyango received the notification by mail three months after she turned up in a wheelchair to testify before an immigration judge at a closed-door hearing in Boston. The rationale for the judge's decision was not made public.

   
"Auntie" made her bid using asylum… based on "violence in her native Kenya".  Yeah….  Funny about that stuff.  Find a place that doesn't have violence these days.  And on the ladder of violence, Kenya's bloodshed barely registers on the media meter when contrasted with other countries.  But Auntie now can apply for a green card, conferring permanent residency after one year.  And that, folks, is a demonstration on how to cut the line in the immigration system…. courtesy of the family of the President of the United States.

Auntie, BTW, is a welfare citizen of the state of Massachusetts.  So how are those family ties going with Mr. Compassionate for the Downtrodden?  You know, the one occupying the Oval Office? What about the responsibilities of family?

Ms Onyango has tried to keep her distance from her famous relative in case she damages his presidency.  "Right now, with this controversy, I don't want to disturb him because he's got a big job to do," she told WKYC TV.

A frail woman, Ms Onyango says that she is learning to walk again after being paralysed by an auto-immune disorder known as Guillain-Barré syndrome. In 2008, she served as a volunteer resident health advocate for the Boston Housing Authority, earning a small stipend for six hours of work a week. But it is unclear who has paid for her medical treatment in the US.

    
Well, that must please the POTUS immensely… she lays low to protect him.  But we sure know who paid her medical bills.  She's in Massachusetts, and on Romney'care.

Yet this pompous POTUS raked in $5.5 mil last year.  Where's that Christian spirit, guy?  With all those rooms in the White House, and all that money, what is Obama doing?  Leaving her on the state system, of course.  Worse yet, when Obama was on the campaign trail, he averred he had no knowledge of her immigration status, but for some reason their campaign kept returning her donations because…  wait for it…  they can't take political donations from foreigners.  WTF?  You don't know her "legal" status, but you know not to take her donations?

And oh, BTW… if you're a welfare state denizen, just who's cash was she passing on to Obama's campaign??? uhh…. lemme think…… don't help…..

But wait.. this get's better. The big zero has an Uncle who is MIA in the states, too.
    

Also unknown is what became of her brother, Mr Obama's half-uncle, Obama Onyango.  A partner in a convenience store, "Uncle Omar" also lived in Boston until at least 2000 when he was evicted.  Friends told The Times that he did not wish to be contacted.

    
sigh…

One thing for sure.  It must be a relief for the big Zero not to have Auntie as a financial albatross around their halo.  The burning question *should* be asked by the lackadaisical White House Press Corps -- if she's not a fiscal liability, should she be a serious liability in light of the heated immigration debate currently raging?

In the meantime, aren't you glad you're not a "relative" of Obama?  Between his Aunt, an MIA uncle, and a brother in a shack, it's obvious that being out of favor with "da won" is really a bitch.
Congressman Calls For Aunt's Testimony
CBS News is reporting that Congressman Steve King, an Iowa Republican, today requested that Obama's aunt, Zeituni Onyango, testify before the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security and International Law in order to address "the public perception that favoritism played a role in the grant of asylum to Ms. Onyango."

In a letter to the chair of the subcommittee, Rep. Zoe Lofgren, King writes that "[i]n order to better determine whether favoritism played a role -- especially because Ms. Onyango had been earlier turned down for asylum and ordered deported in 2004 before her nephew became president -- the Subcommittee needs to hear from Ms. Onyango herself."

"While I understand that asylum proceedings are generally confidential, Margaret Wong, Ms. Onyango's attorney, has clearly courted press attention regarding this matter," he continues.  "In fact, I assume that the press learned that Ms. Onyango received asylum because of comments to the media made by Ms. Wong.  Therefore, Ms. Onyango has made herself a public figure and should have no hesitation about appearing before the Subcommittee.  Further, in order to facilitate Ms. Onyango's appearance before the Subcommittee, I request that you and Chairman Conyers authorize the Committee to reimburse her travel expenses."

Onyango was granted asylum last month; the half-sister of Mr. Obama's late father, she moved from Kenya to the United States in 2000.

Her 2002 application for asylum, which was tied to violence in Kenya, was rejected two years after she filed it.  Despite that result, Onyango continued living in public housing in Boston.
    
    
When it was reported in 2008 that Onyango was possibly in the country illegally, Mr. Obama said he had no knowledge of her status.  She testified on her own behalf in U.S. Immigration Court in Boston before being granted asylum this year.

The subcommittee hearing is set to take place Thursday morning.

Aunt Zeituni and her husband are completely dependent on the tax-payer, and have been for 10 years.  The big watch, the jewelry, the clothes, the furnishings -- she's living on your dime -- and Obama knows nothing.
Aunt Zeituni Scores
Obama's illegal immigrant auntie, Zeituni Onyango, who has been living off the taxpayers for 10 years has finally scored.  She's going to become an American, and live off the taxpayer forever.

Onyango came to the United States in 2000 on a "pleasure" trip and stayed after her visa expired.  She filed for asylum in December 2002, but was denied and ordered deported.  She soon reapplied, was again rejected, in 2004, but the 58-year-old remained a resident of Boston public housing, one of those spiffy, government-supplied debit cards, and food stamps.

Days before the November 2008 election, an anonymous US official confirmed to the Associated Press that Onyango was here illegally because she had lost her asylum claim -- four years earlier-- a report that injected the volatile immigration debate into the final moments of the presidential election and raised questions about how an illegal immigrant managed to stay in public housing.

Now, the immigration judge who granted Obama’s aunt asylum three months ago, based his decision on the fact that an anonymous federal official had disclosed information about her immigration status to the media, a "reckless" act that exposed her to heightened threats of persecution in her native Kenya, [insert laugh-track here] according to the ruling, obtained yesterday by the Globe.

Although the grant of asylum to Zeituni Onyango in May was made public, the written decision detailing the reason for it was kept under wraps because of federal privacy laws [insert laugh-track here].  But the secrecy sparked accusations that she had received favorable treatment.

The decision was released yesterday through the Freedom of Information Act.

Some disputed the basis of Shapiro’s decision yesterday, and reiterated calls to release the full case to the public.

"The fact that she is the aunt of the president of the United States does raise questions of whether she received any special treatment," said Ira Mehlman, spokesman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform.

But her Cleveland-based lawyer, Scott Bratton, said Obama had no influence over the case [insert laugh-track here].

Shapiro’s ruling cleared the way for Onyango to apply for a work permit and a green card and to become a US citizen, after a required waiting period.  She has settled into a new apartment in public housing in South Boston, Bratton said.

"If people actually got to know her, they would realize she is a really good person with a really good heart that has volunteered in the community," he said.

She damned-well ought to be volunteering in the community -- the community is supporting her -- and has been for 10 years.
Kenya Denies Obama's Aunt Would Be Targeted
David Abel says Kenya's government expressed anger today about a ruling by an immigration court in Boston that granted asylum to Barack Obama's aunt after she declared she could be targeted by members of Kenya's government if deported.

Government spokesman Alfred Mutua told The Associated Press that the case of Zeituni Onyango was an embarrassment and said the allegations made against Kenya were untrue and unrealistic.

"It has become a habit for Kenyans seeking asylum in other countries to lie.  Her case is an embarrassment to this country and President Obama," Mutua said.  "We are not looking for her.  The government does not have any problem with Zeituni Onyango."

Onyango declined to comment when reached this afternoon by the Globe.

Earlier this week, the Globe reported that US Immigration Judge Leonard Shapiro based his decision to grant Onyango asylum in the United States because he believed she would be a target in Kenya not only for those who oppose the United States and Obama but for members of the Kenyan government.

Onyango is the half sister of Obama's late father and has been living in public housing in South Boston.

Shapiro granted Onyango asylum in May after her case was heard during a closed trial.  His written decision was released this week through the Freedom of Information Act.

Shapiro agreed with Onyango’s assertion that she had been singled out for publicity and, unlike her relatives in Kenya, would be a "target."   He also outlined "serious inter-ethnic conflict" that had consumed Kenya in recent years and resulted in hundreds of deaths.  She belongs to the minority Luo ethnic group and said that she feared for her life if she had to return to Kenya.

Someone should inform Judge Shapiro that the architect of the "serious inter-ethnic conflict" is Zeituni's cousin and fellow-Luo, Raila Odinga.  The "members of Kenya's government" that are supposed to be a threat to her are her relatives.

When Odinga ran for president of Kenya in 2007, then US Senator, Barack Obama publicly campaigned for him, in violation of U. S. law, and when the Muslim-supported Odinga lost the election he unleashed hell.  More than 1,000 people, mostly Kikuyu Christians, were killed, and 300,000 others were forced from their homes by Odinga's followers.

There's no way in hell the Democrats that run Boston -- and Massachusetts -- will kick Zeituni out.  She's just hit the lottery -- free everything for life.
"The System Took Advantage Of Me"
Obama's Aunt Zeituni spoke exclusively with WBZ-TV, Boston, MA.
    

"If I come as an immigrant, you have the obligation to make me a citizen."


Those are the words from 58-year-old Zeituni Onyango of Kenya, is Barack Obama's aunt. She has been living in the United States illegally for years, receiving public assistance in Boston.

Aunt Zeituni, as she has come to be known, first surfaced in the public light in 2008, in the final days of the presidential election.  Then-candidate Obama said that he was not against the possible deportation of his aunt.  "If she has violated laws, then those laws have to be obeyed," he told CBS's Katie Couric.  "We are a nation of laws."

Onyango had violated the law, and she knew it.  "I knew I had overstayed," she told WBZ-TV's Jonathan Elias when the two sat down one-on-one.

Zeituni Onyango said she came to the United States in 2000 and had every intention of leaving.  Then, however, she says she got deathly ill and was hospitalized.  When she recovered, she said she was broke and couldn't afford to leave.  For two years Onyango said she lived in a homeless shelter, before she was moved into public housing.  She said unapologetically:
    

"I didn't take advantage of the system.  The system took advantage of me.  I didn't ask for it.  They gave it to me.  Ask your system.  I didn't create it or vote for it.   Go and ask your system."

    
And she's right.  The system provided her assistance despite her status as an illegal immigrant.  In 2004 a judge ordered Zeituni Onyango out of the country, but she never left.  She stayed, hiding in plain site.  In 2005 she attended her nephew's swearing in as the junior Senator of Illinois.  In 2008 she traveled to D.C. for Obama's inauguration.

Onyango hired a top immigration lawyer from Cleveland to help fight her case.  We asked how she afforded that lawyer, when she claimed poverty.  "When you believe in Jesus Christ and almighty God, my help comes from heaven," she responded.

When asked about cutting in line ahead of those who have paid into the system she answered plainly, "I don't mind.  You can take that house.  I will be on the street with the homeless."

In May 2010, Onyango's case went back before the same judge who ordered her out of the country in 2004.  This time she was granted asylum in the United States.  The ruling said a return to Kenya might put Onyango in danger.  Kenya was outraged at the judge's finding, ands said there was absolutely no threat to Zeituni in Kenya, and she knows it.
    

Obama's Aunt Says, "The System Took Advantage Of Me!"  (05:36)
    
What a country!  Another entitled third-worlder tells us how it's gonna be and we just nod in agreement.

Watch for the book -- and then the made-for-TV movie -- and the Larry King interview.  What a country!
Auntie Obama Continues To Mooch Off Taxpayers

    

   

The taxpayers have had hundreds of thousands of their tax dollars spent on this woman, who has been receiving housing, food, medical, and a subsistence income from Americans for over ten years.  She hasn't worked a single day.

  

Zeituni was ordered deported twice; first in 2003, and then in 2004, but she says the U. S. owes her a living.

  

And that "being a target in Kenya" excuse to grant her asylum is bullshit.

Is This A Great Country, Or What!


 
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