which is why she’s living in public housing and getting $700/month disability,
(Video via Gateway Pundit.)
Not only do we owe her room, board, healthcare and a stipend, we also owe her citizenship,
“If I come as an immigrant, you have the obligation to make me a citizen.”
Even when she was fully aware she was violating the law:
In 2004 a judge ordered Zeituni Onyango out of the country, but she never left. She stayed, hiding in plain site. In 2005 she attended her nephew’s swearing in as the junior Senator of Illinois. In 2008 she was invited to, and traveled to D.C. for President Obama’s inauguration.
However her nephew, she says, never pulled any strings for her.
“Listen. Obama did not know my whereabouts.”
‘HEAVEN’ PAYS HER BILLS
Onyango hired a top immigration lawyer from Cleveland to help fight her case. We asked how she afforded that lawyer, when she claimed poverty.
“When you believe in Jesus Christ and almighty God, my help comes from heaven,” she responded
As not what you can do for your country, ask what you can do for Aunt Zeituni.