In a editorial posted at Fox News.com, D'Souza claims that George asked him, rather than his brother the president of the United States, for $1,000 to cover a hospital bill for George's son. D'Souza, who presumably became acquainted with George Obama while filming the anti-Barack Obama documentary, wired the money to George in Kenya.
George Obama, who lives in a rundown section of Nairobi, told D'Souza that he had no one else to ask, and said that "Dinesh, you are like a brother to me.”
George Obama, who has a questionable past, has also evidently been denied a tourist visa to enter the US even though his mother resides in Georgia.
Dinesh D'Souza suggests that the lack of a relationship between the two sons of Barack Obama Sr., along with the allegation that Barack Obama "has not contributed a penny to help his own brother,"could be ideological in nature:
From the record of their lives and writings, it’s clear that Barack Obama Sr. and Barack Obama Jr. both share the anti-colonial view that blames Western colonial exploitation for the poverty and suffering of the Third World. Yet George doesn’t buy it...George believes that poor countries should take responsibility for their own situation
As The Inquisitr has previously reported, 2016: Obama’s America based on D'Souza's book grossed more than $31,750 from the recent two-day screening in Texas, a solid showing for an independently released film.
Family dynamics are often complicated, and there may be more to this story, but do you think that Barack Obama has an obligation to be more helpful to his relatives?