Barack Obama’s Salacious Secret Out In Leaked Personal Letter

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Well this explains a lot and perhaps sheds light on the running joke(?) that Michelle Obama is actually “Mike.”

Lecherous information about former president Barack Obama continues to surface in interviews with a former biographer, such as his wish that the biographer, David Garrow, not read long letters to his ex-girlfriend from his time at Harvard Law School in which he describes his fantasies about having sexual relations with men.

After a story in Tablet magazine about the work he did with Obama prior to the release of his 2017 book “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama,” Garrow, who had a falling-out with Obama, has recently been in the news. He talks about their private, personal interactions, which range from discussing the Democrat’s alleged fictitious representation of his well-known memoirs to his letters exposing his homoerotic proclivities to his girlfriend at the time Sheila Miyoshi Jager.

Despite the interest the public has shown in Garrow’s assertions regarding the Obama’s sexual preferences, he does not think they merit the scrutiny many have given the former president, arguing that it is normal for all people to harbor hidden dreams.

“I’m a historian, not a psychotherapist, but, you know, I’m 70 years old. My sense of the world is that, you know, a large majority of humanity has fantasy lives,” Garrow declared. “So, I don’t I don’t find that passage in any way scandalous. It’s sort of representative of humanity.”

“Barack made it clear to me that he hoped I would never read them, I can put it that way. I think if the letters to Sheila ever become public, I think that will be a signal event,” Garrow relayed to Fox News. “Those letters would detail just how extremely serious and intense a relationship that was, and that it continued on and off into his Harvard Law School years.”

Before the publication of “Rising Star,” Garrow had access to another letter that the eventual president had sent to Alex McNear while still an undergrad at Occidental College. Initially, one paragraph was omitted, and Garrow wasn’t able to comment regarding what had been deleted until after the book was released.

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“Alex sold those letters to Emory [University]. Alex had let me read all of the letters except this one paragraph that she redacted and just said, ‘It’s about homosexuality,’” Garrow revealed. “So, I had one of my oldest friends, Harvey Klehr, who has been a professor at Emory his whole life. I had Harvey go to the Emory archives and Harvey copied out the missing paragraph by hand, pencil and paper.”

According to the Tablet interview, “Barack writes to Alex about how he repeatedly fantasizes about making love to men,” which was mentioned in Garrow’s original edition of “Rising Star” but didn’t garner much attention at the time. Only now, after reflecting on his time spent near Obama, has Garrow brought this issue to attention.

Obama, according to Garrow, is “insecure” and desperately wants to feel significant historically.

“He does need to think of himself as victorious, successful,” Garrow explained. “This is perhaps the central aspect of his political personality that people have to appreciate. There’s an inability to accept loss, accept defeat.”

According to The Daily Mail, Obama continued to see Jager even while dating Michelle. According to Jager, who is quoted in Garrow’s book, Obama had his sights set on the presidency since 1987 but decided to marry Michelle in order to “fully identify as African American.”

“I remember very clearly when this transformation happened, and I remember very specifically that by 1987, about a year into our relationship, he already had his sights on becoming president,” Jager said.

Obama pondered having a gay connection with Lawrence Goldyn, an assistant professor at Occidental College, according to The Daily Mail.

“Goldyn made a huge impact on Barry Obama,” Garrow wrote in his book. “Almost a quarter century later, asked about his understanding of gay issues, Obama enthusiastically said, ‘my favorite professor my first year in college was one of the first openly gay people that I knew…He was a terrific guy.’ with whom Obama developed a ‘friendship beyond the classroom.’”

Three years after first meeting Goldyn, according to Garrow, “Obama wrote somewhat elusively to his first intimate girlfriend that he had thought about and considered gayness but ultimately decided that a same-sex relationship would be less challenging and demanding than developing one with the opposite sex.”

“The Advocate,” an LGBT publication that interviewed Obama in 2009, asked the former president who had affected his views on LGBT issues. Obama was given the name Goldyn by his mother.

“He was a wonderful guy,” Obama said. “He was the first openly gay professor that I had ever come in contact with, or openly gay person of authority that I had come in contact with.

“And he was just a terrific guy. He wasn’t proselytizing all the time, but just his comfort in his own skin and the friendship we developed helped to educate me on a number of these issues.”


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