Dinesh D'Souza, Man Behind Upcoming Documentary Featuring President Obama's Brother, Speaks Out on 'America Live'
The co-writer and co-director of “Obama’s America: 2016,” a new documentary that aims to uncover the “real” President Obama, joined America Live on Wednesday. Dinesh D’Souza told Megyn Kelly that the reason he set out to make the film is because “Obama is the most unknown guy ever to walk into the White House.”
He said that four years later, Americans still don’t know very much about the president. “So, what this film does is it tries to raise the curtain on who Obama is – so whether people like him or they don’t like him, they’ll get to understand him a lot better,” D’Souza said.
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The film has gained much attention for the fact that it includes an interview with President Obama’s half-brother, George Obama, who D’Souza points out lives in a 6’ x 10’ hut in a Kenyan slum. “Now, what’s odd about this is that Barack Obama, President Obama, has been going around the country saying we are our brother’s keeper. It’s one of his stock phrases … But here he has his own brother, his real brother, and the guy’s living on a couple of dollars a day, and President Obama … has done nothing to help him.”
D’Souza says that George Obama revealed in the interview that he doesn’t need President Obama to take care of him, saying, “He’s reflecting kind of an ideology of self-sufficiency, which I admire.”