It is hardly the first time the former president’s colorful kinsman has raised eyebrows regarding his famous brother:
President Barack Obama‘s half-brother, Malik Obama, surprised many audience members of the decidedly conservative show, The United West with Tom Trento, when he said he believes his sibling living in the White House is a fraud, a liar and a con artist. Trento showed the fascinating video produced by documentary filmmaker Joel Gilbert who succeeded in getting an in-depth skype interview with Malik Obama in Kenya. The interview offers prima facie evidence of how President Obama’s Kenyan family members feel about their powerful relative Barack.
“Malik [Obama] now believes that his brother [Barack] is a fraud, liar and con-man… this is devastating, factual information that ought to [have an] impact every American who has any trust in President Obama, said Trento, a recognized intellectual with academic degrees in law enforcement, philosophy and theology.
“He’s not been an honest man, as far as I’m concerned, in who he is and what he says and how he treats people,” Malik said of his half-brother, claiming he and Barack once had a “very close relationship.”
Malik Obama also accuses Barack of exploiting his Kenyan family for political purposes only to later abandon them. “Barack and Michelle Obama had made a big deal about President Obama’s heritage and his African homeland and once he was elected he forgot all about his family members living in the midst of Islamic terrorism and unrest,” said former police counterterrorism unit member Jerry “G” Kempler. “In fact, Obama hasn’t lifted a finger to help Kenya fight the Islamic terrorist group from Somalia, al-Qaida-affilated Al Shabaab,” Kempler noted.
Meanwhile, the U.S. news organizations must practically tip-toe around evidence that detracts from what many believe is a false narrative of America’s first African American President. “If this were a video that showed Marco Rubio’s Cuban family denigrating him, does anyone doubt it would be the top story on every television news show,” said Iris Aquino, a former New York police officer and board member with the Society of Hispanic Law Enforcement Officers
The news show’s Tom Trento is one of the leading academic activists in the United States. A highly skilled debater and public speaker, Tom often debates Muslim Brotherhood apologists and exposed their radical agenda to the public and elected officials when Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called . Mr. Trento with earned degrees in Law Enforcement and Philosophy and Theology was awarded the The Carnegie Hero Medal Award for saving a man from a burning car. Mr. Trento has traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe lecturing and exposing Islamic violence and infiltration in government, law enforcement and academic institutions. He is one of the co-authors of Shariah: The Threat To America and appears frequently on major media outlets and talk shows as an authority on Islamic ideology.
Trento’s partner at The United West productions is Clare M. Lopez, a former intelligence officer with the Central Intelligence Agency, who is now a strategic policy and intelligence expert with a focus on national defense, Islam, Iran, and counterterrorism issues. She is now a senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy and the Clarion Fund and vice president of the Intelligence Summit and a professor at the Center for Counterintelligence and Security Studies. Ms. Lopez is a regular contributor to print and broadcast media on subjects related to Iran and the Middle East and the co-author of two published books on Iran. She is the author of an acclaimed paper for the Center, The Rise of the Iran Lobby and co-author/editor of the Center’s Team B II study, “Shariah: The Threat to America.”
Jim Kouri, CPP, the fifth Vice President and Public Information Officer of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, has served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country. This article originally appeared in the Examiner and is reprinted by permission of the author.