Why Did Obama Use The N-Word To Describe His Grandfather?

“My image of Onyango, faint as it was, had always been of an autocratic man—a cruel man, perhaps. But I had also imagined him an independent man, a man of his people, opposed to white rule… What Granny had told us scrambled that image completely, causing ugly words to flash across my mind. Uncle Tom. Collaborator. House nigger.”

In one of the most remarkable passages in Barack Obama’s “Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance,” he uses the terms “collaborator,” “Uncle Tom,” and “House nigger” to describe someone he detests. That someone, it turns out, is his own grandfather! Dinesh D’Souza – Fox News – Click To Read More…

Be sure to catch at a theater near you D’Souza’s movie Obama’s America 2016. You will find out in Obama’s own words things that you will find amazing. You owe it to yourself and your family.