A prominent Obama supporter condemns Hillary and announces he is voting for Donald Trump.
The President’s Kenyan half-brother is voting for Donald Trump!
The New York Post reports,
“I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart,” Malik Obama told The Post from his home in the rural village of Kogelo. “Make America Great Again is a great slogan. I would like to meet him.”
Obama, 58, a longtime Democrat, said his “deep disappointment” in his brother Barack’s administration has led him to recently switch allegiance to “the party of Lincoln.”
The last straw, he said, came earlier this month when FBI Director James Comey recommended not prosecuting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her use of a private e-mail servers while secretary of state.
“She should have known better as the custodian of classified information,” said Obama.
He’s also annoyed that Clinton and President Obama killed Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy, whom he called one of his best friends.
Apparently, Obama has legitimate access to the franchise as a U.S. citizen.
Whatever his motives for making this announcement, his reasons are clear and compelling. First of all, Hillary is legally and morally disqualified. Obama—the Kenyan, not the president—takes the laws about handling classified material more seriously than the FBI director.
But even more significant is the murder of Moammar Khadafy at the hands of U.S.-supported terrorists. One doesn’t need to be a “friend” of the corrupt ruler to realize we broke all our agreements and killed the wrong people if we were going to do any killing in Libya. We created a terrorist haven that, along with Hillary’s work in Syria, contributed to the formation of ISIS.
It is interesting that, while the United States collection of favored politicians are rattled by Donald Trump, here we have a foreigner who likes his approach. This makes me wonders if people of other countries don’t find Donald Trump as refreshing as American voters do.
Here’s an example from Japan:
This is mostly fangirl stuff, but notice what she says about Liberals and Communist in Japan who oppose reforms to make Japan independent of U.S. defense aid (around 3:27).