It is obvious that the Kenyan electorate is far more savvy than their American counterparts.
Atlas reader Mara Z. makes this observation, "An opportunity to connect some dots to people just joining into the fight and not familiar with Obama's connection to his past. Apparently President Obama's name... (and brother) is not very popular in Kenya anymore... isn't it interesting that the Liberal media doesn't give any percentages of the vote in the article itself... you have to examine the chart image provided to find out Obama's brother only got 1% of the vote... the liberal media simply refers to this as 'defeated by what seems to have been a large margin'... can they be any more vague in blurring the line? LMAO..."
President Obama’s Brother Loses Election in Kenya The Politicker (thanks to Mara)
I covered that extensively at Atlas here. Scroll.
President Obama's brother loses election in Kenya - President Barack Obama's half-brother, Abong'o Malik Obama, won't be the second member of his family to launch a political career. Mr. Obama was defeated in his bid to be governor of Kenya's Siaya County this week by what seems to have been a very large margin. Mr. Obama is the eldest child of President Obama's father. They have different mothers. Mr. Obama served as the best man at the president's wedding to Michelle Obama in 1992...Read the rest hereAbong'O Malik Obama didn't just lose by a large margin... he wasn't even a serious threat in the running...It should be noted that the article mentions Amoth candidate is with the Orange Democratic Movement --who also lost by a narrow margin (which suggests possible voter fraud)... the Orange Democratic Movement is the same progressive radical movement that Obama's cousin Odinga belongs too... even with voter fraud... these candidates seem to lose... both in the election image above and Odinga lost too (by over 231,000 votes as seen in video link )... so Odinga launched ethnic warfare until he was promised power... as explained in this video... note the slogan is "Change"