“If I come as an immigrant, you have the obligation to make me a citizen.”
Obama’s illegal immigrant Auntie Zeituni Onyango moved back to her taxpayer-funded apartment in Boston last year.
She was granted asylum by an immigration judge in May.
Zeituni Onyango and her nephew Barack Obama pose for a picture back when he traveled to Kenya in his 20’s. Onyango lives in a disabled-access flat in a South Boston slum. She has lived in public housing for 5 years. She even illegally donated to Obama’s campaign. (Rush Limbaugh photo)
Obama’s illegal alien Auntie claims she didn’t take advantage of the system – the system took advantage of her.
“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 in a recent exclusive interview with WBZ-TV.
Onyango is the aunt of President Barack Obama. She lived in the United States illegally for years, receiving public assistance in Boston.
‘I KNEW I OVERSTAYED’
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.
ASSIGNED PUBLIC HOUSING
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 assigned public housing despite thousands of legal residents also awaiting assistance. “I didn’t take any 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,” she said unapologetically…
… “To me America’s dream became America’s worst nightmare,” she said adamantly. “I have been treated like public enemy number one.”
Yeah, she definitely sounds like an Obama relative.