Friday, July 31, 2009

The Fix Is In

Barak Hussein Obama's illegal alien aunt Zeituni Polly Onyango is happily back on welfare housing and undoubtedly food stamps, Supplemental Security Income, and cash welfare.
(h/t Michelle Malkin

She is also happy that the fix apparently is in. Her very expensive attorneys are quite optimistic: 'Mike Rogers, spokesman for the Cleveland, Ohio, law firm representing Onyango, said her attorneys are “not discussing legal strategy,” but, “they’re very optimistic about the outcome.”'

Why would they be optimistic? Auntie Zeituni has no legal basis to remain in the United States. She applied for political asylum and it was denied. The immigration judge in the case cannot overturn that decision, as it was made by the Board of Immigration Appeals. There is no basis for a new political asylum claim, as Obama has dozens of relatives in Kenya who have faced no violence. She failed to leave the U.S. after being ordered deported, but her case was mysteriously reopened, and reopened in a closed hearing. Her attorneys have demanded the next hearing also be closed.

The only reason for closed hearings would be that the government will make no argument to enforce the deportation order and allow the judge to issue a ruling in Auntie Zeituni's favor with no basis in law. Clearly that is what her attorneys are expecting. And that is what they will get.

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