Ezekiel Wilekenmeyer Williams, Biological Father of Obama Daughters, Sues Obamas-Fiction!
Ezekiel Wilekenmeyer Williams, Biological Father of Obama Daughters, Sues Obamas-Fiction!Summary of eRumor: Ezekiel Wilekenmeyer Williams, the biological father of Sasha and Malia Obama, has sued Barack and Michelle Obama for cutting Williams out of his daughters' lives. The Truth: A self-identified fake news website is behind rumors that Ezekiel Wilekenmeyer Williams, the biological father of Sasha and Malia, has sued Barack and Michelle Obama. The story appeared at The Resistance: The Last Line of Defense website under the headline, "BREAKING: Obamas Being Sued By Malia And Sasha’s Biological Father." The story, which was quickly shared on social media nearly 6,000 times, begins:
A man named Ezekiel Wilekenmeyer Williams has filed a case in federal court against Barack and Michelle Obama for intentionally cutting his children from his life. In the claim, Williams says he’s the biological father of both girls, hired by Dunstrom Pharmaceuticals to provide sperm for the former first couple nearly twenty years ago.
Williams, who has 4 PhDs from MIT and Oxford, sits first chair violin in the London Philharmonic Orchestra and is a world champion chess and Texas Hold ‘Em player, says the original agreement was that if his offspring became famous, he would receive recognition for being their father. Williams told The Federalist Papers:
” I don’t want money. What I do want is for the Obamas to admit that even 20 years ago they were globalists looking to make sure their children would have the best chance at ruling as possible. The people at Dunstrom don’t mess around with commoners. Their company isn’t even listed anywhere. You have to go find them. What I want is the recognition that a former president knows I have better genes than he does. People of color have a hard time understanding that they’re at an evolutionary disadvantage.”Many who read the story didn't bother to check the credibility of its source, The Last Line of DefenseThe site has gained a reputation for publishing false reports, and it acknowledges in its disclaimer that it reports information and facts "that don't necessarily" exist .
DISCLAIMER: The Resistance may include information from sources that may or may not be reliable and facts that don’t necessarily exist. All articles should be considered satirical and any and all quotes attributed to actual people complete and total baloney. Pictures that represent actual people should be considered altered and not in any way real.
Given the site's lack of credibility and the story's failure to produce any evidence to back up claims that Sasha and Malia Obama are not the biological daughters of Barack and Michelle Obama, we're calling this one "fiction."