Tuesday, 26 July 2016

President Obama´s Half Brother Votes for Donald Trump Proudly and Publicly

US President Barack Obama's half-brother, Malik Obama, says he will vote for Donald Trump because he "comes across as a straightforward guy".

Mr Malik Obama, a Muslim with Kenyan and US citizenship, also told the media that the Republican presidential nominee's proposal for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the US was "common sense". We at SDR think people should listen to him rather than his half-brother!

Mr Trump's plan, indicated as a security measure, has been condemned by some liberals. However people smart enough not wanting the same destiny as EU goes trough right now have stood firm! After all one should sleep as one makes the bed an German police officer told SDR.

The untold fact:
Its nothing less of an invasion by mainly one religion only who then don’t accept local traditions laws or morale but wishes to impose their own religion and traditions on the local, even if they allegedly have tried to escape it. 
After the so called invasion EU has seen a never seen before wave of Muslim Jihadi attacks on civilians in France and Germany mainly.

Mr Malik Obama has accused the president of turning his back on his family.
He told reporters from Newsday programme it was "sort of disappointing, somewhat hypocritical" that no representatives of the Obama family from Kenya were attending the Democratic convention, taking place in Philadelphia.  The president, he said, had "made a big deal about his heritage... and now it's a complete blackout".

Mr Malik Obama, who said he was also voting for Mr Trump in order to shift his allegiance from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party.

The president's half-brother has reportedly lived in Washington since the mid-80s.
He is also an aspiring politician in Kenya, running for office in 2013, but failing in his bid to become governor of Siaya county.

Barack Obama was born in Hawaii to an American mother and a Kenyan father who left when he was two years old.
President Obama visited Kenya for the first time last year since his election in 2009.