The Obama You Don’t Know | Washington Examiner


Much has been made of the film 2016 Obama’s America and it’s popularity amongst conservative audiences nationwide.  The MSM bottom feeders have finally picked up the scent and come out with some real reporting on the issue.  The Washington Examiner  (which actually reports factual news on a regular basis) has a 10 part series entitled The Obama You Don’t Know.  And it’s a doozy.  Not a fluff piece like most other media coverage of the president, this is a series of sincere examinations of the president’s past.  To wet your whistle:

The family then moved to Menteng, then and now the most exclusive neighborhood of Jakarta, where bureaucrats, diplomats and economic elites reside.

A popular Indonesia travel site describes Menteng: “Designed by the Dutch Colonial Government in 1920s, Menteng still retains its graceful existence with its beautiful parks, cozy street cafes and luxurious housing complexes.”

In 1971, his mother sent young Obama back to Hawaii, where his grandmother, Madelyn, known as Toots, would become one of the first female vice presidents of a Honolulu bank. His grandfather was in sales.

Obama’s grandparents moved the same year into Punahou Circle Apartments, a sleek new 10-story apartment building just five blocks from the private Punahou School, which Obama would attend from 1971 to 1979.

Obama explains in “Dreams from My Father” that his admission to Punahou began “the start of something grand, an elevation in the family status that they took great pains to let everyone know.”

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The Obama You Don’t Know | Washington Examiner.

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