Why should you care that KENYA has a new constitution?

Because your president, Barack Hussein Obama, used $23 million in US taxpayer dollars to promote a Shari’a Law-based constitution in his “home country” (as Michelle calls it) of Kenya. FYI: ONLY 12% OF KENYA IS MUSLIM.

An investigation by three Republican congressmen has revealed the Obama administration has secretly spent $23 million of U.S. taxpayer dollars in Kenya to fund a “Yes” vote ona constitutional referendum that would increase access to abortions in Kenya and establish legal status for Islamic law tribunals – a move that some congressmen have contested violates the Siljander amendment, a statute that prohibits the federal government from lobbying for or against abortion with foreign aid funds. READ PREVIOUS STORY HERE: obama-is-supporting-and-financing-the-establishment-of-a-sharia-law-system-in-kenya

On Thursday, President Obama praised Kenya for approving a controversial new constitution that liberalizes abortion laws and that partially implements Muslim Sharia law within Kenya’s borders.

“This was a significant step forward for Kenya’s democracy,” President Obama stated. 

The new constitution permits abortion for the sake of the “health” of the mother – a term that opponents of unborn rights admit can be “broadly interpreted when need be” to help bring about abortion on demand.

It also carves out legal space for Muslim khadi courts, which handle family issues in accord with Sharia law.  Only about 12% of Kenya is Muslim.

President Obama stated that his administration had been “pleased to support Kenya’s democratic development and the Kenyan people, including through the visit of Vice President Biden earlier this year.”

During Vice President Biden’s trip he promised that the approval of the new Kenyan constitution would “allow money to flow” to Kenya from foreign aid treasuries. (So in addition to the $23 million, how much will it really cost American taxpayers to impose Shari’a law on a mostly Christian country?

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also congratulated Kenya for the outcome of the referendum.

Ending his statement, President Obama said that Kenyans “will be able to take advantage of this historic opportunity to move their country forward.” (Yes, back to the 7th Century)

He concluded: “As Kenya’s close friend and partner, the United States will work with the international community to support the implementation process, and to stand with the Kenyan people as they reach for a better future.” Lifesite News H/T Jack