In early May we were introduced to an upcoming biography of Barack Obama by Washington Post writer David Maraniss. Back then, Maraniss advanced the idea that Obamaâ€™s memoir, â€œDreams From My Father,â€ was riddled with fiction and composite characters. Now the book is out, and that narrative is quite clear and leading to some stunning conclusions.
The latest news regarding the Maraniss book, â€œBarack Obama: The Story,â€ is swirling around how Obama described his grandfather, a central figure in â€œDreams.â€ Obama has always portrayed him as an oppressed figure that was taken away by the British and held captive, and other family members have even said he was torture. That, it seems, is not true.
The Daily Mail explains:
But the inconsistencies donâ€™t end there. Ben Smith, the respected journalist formerly of Politico and now with Buzzzfeed, reviewed the book and found more.
Not many will deny that Obama seems to have spent an awful lot of money covering up and hiding his past.Â The life he lived before is seemingly turning against him, and evidence is being dug up everyday.Â Sooner or later it will be proven Obama isn't who he says he is. When that happens then what will America do?
Let him get away with it
turn the cheek the other way
pretend it didnt happen?
Book after book might and do have the truths on Obama problem is when the truth is right in front of your face, people tend to NOT want to believe it. Just think of the millions of people who voted for Obama.Â They will probably be embarrassed to even admit it.
I would be if I voted for this lying fruit loop.