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Why does the MSM lie for bho?
His Uncle was in the Navy not the Army. And his latest interview just proves he is also a liar?
Just some proof to help prove the lie being pimped?
Was Barack Obama’s uncle in the Navy or the Army?
Chosen by Asker
Charles W. Payne, born 1924, enlisted 10Nov42, Navy, 6293977 Registered, order #12019, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., Board #4

That’s what I have. Says “Navy”.. is it true? It’ll take a while to know for certain since a lot of personnel records were destroyed in that fire many years back. But at the moment that’s the only Charles W. Payne anyone can locate out of Kansas so it would seem likely this is his great uncle.

I Didn’t Know This About Obama’s Uncle, Did You? (Obama’s Great Uncle: Registered 11/10/1942, Navy
May 28, 2008 5:21:52 PM by Laissez-faire capitalist
Here are the enlistment records of Charles W. Payne, brother of Madelyn Payne, great uncle of Obama:
Charles W. Payne, born 1924, enlisted 10 Nov ’42, Navy, 6293977 REgistered, order #12019, Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., Board #4
So, Obama’s great uncle liberated Buchenwald from his ship somewhere in the Pacific?

The Charles T. Payne who did serve in the US Army and was a member of the team who first visited Ohrduf on April 4, 1945 WAS NO RELATION to Obama. The only Charles Payne, born 1924 as a Great Uncle to Barack was Charles W. Payne, he served in the U.S. Navy that played no role in the liberation of any German camps.
Charles W. was Madelyn’s brother. The records of his service are preserved by the Kansas Historical Society and show his enlistment date as November, 1942.

Even the German paper listed his middle name with the C.W. Payne

shows 2 cwpayne both in the navy one from Kansas one from Hutchinson Reno
IF you search all records army and all forces no cw in the army.

Then we go back to what he just told the German paper?

His story does not fit with history of the 89th either where or how long he trained he said 13 wks this story does fit with Will Rogers story that was told in the 1950s and never guess who helped there?

Lieutenant Will Rogers Jr.’s Service in World War II
The Story of Will Rogers (1952), with Jane Wyman; The Boy From Oklahoma (1954), with Nancy Olson; and Wild Heritage (1958), with Maureen O’Sullivan. On radio Rogers became known as ‘Rogers of the Gazette,’ while he also hosted CBS-TV’s morning show in 1957 and 1958. It was broadcast from New York with Andrew Rooney as head writer, assisted by Barbara Walters


The 89th was reactivated at Camp Carson, Colo., July 15, 1942,


3+2 DOES NOT =4

And saw a hell of a lot of action