Uncle Omar’s getting the last laugh; Meanwhile, another drunk deportation fugitive in MA in car wreck
Illegal alien and drunk-driving arrestee Obama Onyango (a.k.a. “Uncle Omar”) was spotted in court in Framingham, MA.
The joke’s on all of us.
Via the Boston Herald:
A giggling Onyango Obama — the president’s illegal alien half uncle — made a brief appearance in Framingham District Court today on charges he was drunk when he nearly struck an unmarked police cruiser last month.
Obama, 67, was visibly amused at the media spectacle, stifling laughter several times before his 30-second court appearance where a judge set a Nov. 17 pre-trial conference.
Obama did not acknowledge a Herald reporter’s question upon arrival at Framingham District Court and neither he nor his lawyer made any comment on his way out where they were followed to the parking lot by a horde of media.
His attorney, P. Scott Bratton, did, however, tell the Herald that Obama, who has been living illegally in the United States for nearly 20 years, has returned to work at Conti Liquors in Framingham.
“He has. He’s doing well,” Bratton said.
Tax-evader. Deportation fugitive. Document fraud artist. Drunk. And now, he’s back to work with his bogus documents at a liquor store facing no sanctions for employing an illegal alien while taking another bite at the immigration court apple even though his case was already reviewed and rejected.
Like they say in the open-borders community: “It ain’t over ’til the alien wins.”
…And giggles all the way to safe harbors from the rule of law.
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