Barack Obama’s Half-Brother Appears In Anti-Obama Documentary

President Barack Obama’s half-brother, George Obama, is slated to appear in the anti-Obama documentary “2016: Obama’s America” produced by Dinesh D’Souza. Exclusive footage of the film obtained by The Hollywood Reporter reveals that George Obama was “tracked down” by the Obama documentary producers to the hut he uses for a home in Naironi, Kenya. Among the questions “2016: Obama’s America” producer D’Souza asks is why still lives in extreme poverty when his half-brother is the “leader of the free world.”

“I think he has a family of his own. I’m a member of his family, but I’m over-age, so I help myself,” George Obama stated during the documentary footage, The Blaze reports.

When pressed further by D’Souze to expand upon the topic, George Obama notes that Barack Obama “has other issues to deal with” and that his half-brother is “taking care of the world, so he’s taking care of me.”

The main focus of “2016: Obama’s America” is the president’s alleged anger at “colonialism” which the filmmakers believe he inherited from the Kenyan born father he shares with George. In D’Souza’s book which he used as a basis for the film, he writes about the president’s father: “This philandering, inebriated African socialist, who raged against the world for denying him the realization of his anti-colonial ambitions, is now setting the nation’s agenda through the reincarnation of his dreams in his son.”

During the question and answer session between George Obama and D’Souza, the president’s half-brother appears to agree that Kenya has “fallen behind” since its independence. Near the end of the interview, the documentary producer jokes with George that America elected the wrong Obama as president. The pair of men also discussed the book George Obama published in 2010 – “Homeland.”

“2016: Obama’s America” is will be released to movie theaters later this summer. Gerald Molen partnered with D’Souza on the Obama documentary. Molen’s credits include “Schindlre’s List,” “Rain Man,” and “Jurassic Park.”