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Not Sure Why One Of Obama’s Various Half-Siblings Is Attending The Debate, But…

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Hey, after the past 8 years, it’s nice that somebody has finally invited Malik Obama to something. His brother hasn’t been very brotherly.

Richard Johnson, Page Six:

President Obama’s Kenya-born half-brother Malik will be in the audience in Las Vegas on Wednesday night when Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off in their third and final debate.

Malik — an American citizen who lives in Washington, DC, when he’s not in Kenya — says he will be a guest of Trump, the Republican nominee he supports for president…

Malik, who is three years older than Barack, said he last saw his sibling in August 2015 after the president had visited Kenya.

I hope he jumps up during the debate and screams, “Barack Obama was born in Kenya! I was there and I saw the whole thing!!” At this point, why not?

Steve Bannon is a genius. Having Malik there will definitely throw Hillary off her game, because she hates Barack even more than Bannon does. Also, it will remind America that Barack Obama Sr. was an irresponsible parent, in case they’ve forgotten that his son wrote a whole book about it.

This isn’t about winning an election anymore, if it ever was. It’s about throwing out red meat. It’s about getting some measure of revenge against the people you’ve hated for the past 8 years. It’s about stoking your anger. For clicks. For ratings. For Trump TV subscriptions. Any way they can get another nickel out of you.

[dcquiz] Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I’m all for that. America was built on capitalism and revenge and bilking suckers. But none of this is going to convince any undecided voters to lean Trump. (If such a thing as an “undecided voter” actually exists in October 2016. Sorry, Ken Bone, but I’m not buying it.)

Enjoy the circus while you can, Trumpkins, but eventually you’ll need to start thinking about how to oppose President Grandma. I don’t like it any more than you do, which is why I begged the GOP not to nominate Donald Trump.