Comments by Jim Campbell
Calling Eric Holder: It’s Oingo Boingo time. Your No Justice Department needs to create a new U.S. citizen. Chop, Chop, make it before November so he can vote.
This low life reprobate has been living on the taxpayer’s dime since he got to this country. Twice nailed for drunk driving even Obama wants nothing to do with him. So what’s the problem with kicking his sorry ass out of the country and taking Obama with him? I’ll pay for the one way tickets.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
According to statements made by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials, the agency may pursue deportation proceedings against President Obama’s illegal alien uncle, Onyango Obama, unless a court changes his status.
“ICE met with Mr. Onyango and his attorney….” said ICE spokesman Brian Hale. (Boston Herald, Apr. 13, 2012) “Pursuant to this meeting, Mr. Onyango will be required to check in regularly with immigration officials pending his removal. Absent a change in his immigration status or any related court proceedings, Mr. Onyango will be required to report to ICE in the coming weeks in order to effectuate his departure from the United States,” he continued. (Id.)
President Obama’s uncle was arrested last year for driving erratically and operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol at nearly twice the legal limit. (Boston.com, Aug. 31, 2011; see also Boston Herald, Mar. 28, 2012) Upon arrest, Onyango was briefly detained by ICE officials when they discovered he had ignored a 20-year-old deportation order. (Boston.com, Aug. 31, 2011)
Given the fact Onyango has yet to face any consequences, it is uncertain whether ICE’s statements indicating they are considering deportation proceedings against him are sincere. Following Onyango’s arrest, Massachusetts Judge Douglas Stoddard put the case on hold for one year and effectively dismissed the DUI charges under the terms of the plea arrangement. (Chicago Tribune, Mar. 27, 2012; see also FAIR Legislative Update, Apr. 2, 2012) The plea deal provided that so long as Onyango is not arrested again this year, the Court will dismiss the drunk-driving charges against him. (The Hill, March 27, 2012)
More recently, the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles granted him a “hardship waiver,” allowing him to drive to and from his job managing a liquor store, despite the fact federal law prohibits illegal aliens from working. (CBS Boston, Apr. 3, 2012; see INA § 274A(h)(3))
Onyango has hired immigration attorney Margaret Wong, who helped his sister, Zeituni Onyango, win asylum in 2010. (Boston Herald, Apr.