Barack Obama’s sinister secret was just revealed by his former girlfriend and it explains a great deal

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Barack Obama almost appeared out of thin air in 2004 to become a rapidly rising political star.

In 2004, he was elected to the Senate and four years later, he was President of the United States.

But many sinister secrets still remain about Obama’s past and this one was just revealed by his former girlfriend.

Obama’s ex-girlfriend makes bold accusation

Barack Obama has stayed silent on the anti-American and antisemitic protests roiling across college campuses.

Far-left hordes are reportedly chanting “death to America” and “death to Jews,” and at least one protest leader at Columbia University allegedly said he would like Zionists murdered.

Obama’s silence may not come as a surprise to some because of his radical anti-colonialist worldview.

In 2023, David Samuels published a stunning exposé for Tablet based on a conversation with historian David Garrow, who wrote the 2017 Obama biography Rising Star.

In the piece, Samuels wrote that Obama’s girlfriend Sheila Miyoshi Jager, whom he dated in Chicago in the 1980s, broke up with him following an argument at “an exhibit at Chicago’s Spertus Institute about the 1961 trial of Adolf Eichmann.”

According to the piece, the argument occurred vis-à-vis a black mayoral aide named Steve Cokely, making comments that “accused Jewish doctors in Chicago of infecting Black babies with AIDS as part of a genocidal plot against African Americans.”

Samuels wrote, “In Jager’s recollection, what set off the quarrel that precipitated the end of the couple’s relationship was Obama’s stubborn refusal, after seeing the exhibit, and in the swirl of this Cokely affair, to condemn Black racism.”

Jager reportedly ended the relationship because Obama would not condemn an antisemitic conspiracy theory.

This is common among the Left.

Groups that are higher in the intersectional hierarchy can do and say anything against “oppressive” groups.

Samuels added, “While acknowledging that Obama’s embrace of a Black identity had created some degree of distance between the couple, she insisted that what upset her that day was Obama’s inability to condemn Cokely’s comments.”

Samuels continued, “It was not Obama’s Blackness that bothered her, but that he would not condemn antisemitism.”

Obama’s perspective

Both Obama and Jager agree that the argument that day ultimately ended their relationship.

But Obama had a different frame.

Samuels wrote that in Obama’s 2007 memoir Dreams from my Father, Obama summarized the couple’s disconnect to Jager’s inability to understand his experience as a black man in America.

Samuels wrote that “he was the particularist, embracing a personal meaning for the Black experience that Jager,” the “white-identified liberal” had “refused to grant.”

That was not the first time Obama had controversial connections to antisemitism that were kept under wraps by the left-wing establishment.

When Obama served in the Senate, he took a picture with Nation of Islam head Louis Farrakhan.

The photographer allegedly kept the picture private until Obama was already in the White House.

In the closing weeks of the 2008 general election between Obama and John McCain, the Los Angeles Times suppressed a videotape of a 2003 banquet where Obama spoke of his friendship with controversial Palestinian activist Rashid Khalidi.

McCain campaign spokesman Michael Goldfarb said at the time, “A major news organization is intentionally suppressing information that could provide a clearer link between Barack Obama and Rashid Khalidi. . .The election is one week away, and it’s unfortunate that the press so obviously favors Barack Obama that this campaign must publicly request that the Los Angeles Times do its job – make information public.”

Democrats knew that Obama might not have been elected President if they knew about his radical background.

In context, Obama’s silence about the current protests makes perfect sense.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.