Onyango Obama Released

September 11, 2011 by USA Post 

Onyango Obama ReleasedOnyango Obama Released, In a decision that seems unnecessarily risk the lives of many people, ICE has launched Onyango Obama, Obama “Uncle Omar” about two weeks after being arrested following a drunk driving accident. He had been ordered deported to his native country, back to Kenya in 1992.

It is unclear what justification immigration authorities used in the release of Obama, but it certainly is worrisome considering that is likely to return to drinking and driving on the streets of Massachusetts. In a previous post, I listed a series of “low priority” foreigners released by ICE, who later went on to allegedly kill a number of young people. His foreign in these cases were deported during his first brush with the law instead of being released, life would be saved.
Due to the new administrative amnesty some illegal aliens are now considered low priority for deportation and not a threat to public safety. Under the new Obama government program, Uncle Omar and foreigners in a similar situation seems to be enough of a threat to the deportation order.

Not until someone is raped, killed, or otherwise the victim of a heinous crime is an illegal alien deportation has become a priority as possible. I asked on another blog if Uncle Omar had to kill someone first in a drunk driving accident before facing deportation, today’s launch is a clear answer to this question. Amnesty administrative Obama is a serious threat to public safety.

The question now is whether Uncle Omar will be rewarded with a work permit.

If, indeed, Uncle Omar was drunk driving and the report of his blood alcohol level is nearly double the state’s legal limit is correct, then the Obama administration is clearly putting the safety of Americans at risk to allow its release.

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