Are you REALLY surprised?
Just a few days ago, Michelle said that women that didn’t vote for Hillary were ‘voting against their own voice’.
Does that mean that when Hillary was running against Barry to be the Democratic nominee in 2008 that she voted for Hillary?
Or did she ‘vote against her own voice’?
Identity politics is so confusing.
Does race trump gender, or does gender trump race?
Or do you just use the most convenient one at the time that makes your point?
I do know that if you’re a gender-non-conforming, disabled, lesbian, black, illegal immigrant Muslim you’ve got a Royal Flush.
I can never remember how the identity cards rank, though.
I should really make a chart.
Anyway, this was the same woman that wasn’t proud of her country in her life until her half-white husband that identifies as black was elected President.
She then said that when President Trump was elected that America had ‘lost hope’.
Michelle has ranted about the White House being ‘built by slaves’.
She was a race-baiter as First Lady, why should she stop now?
Reflecting on the past eight years she spent in the White House alongside her husband, Obama said she admired the respect with which he treated his presidential role. “For the last eight years, we had a standard of ethics, a lot of constraints. What it means to have a commander-in-chief that actually upholds the standards of the White House,” Obama joked.
It’s news to me.
Was that ‘standard of ethics’ upheld when Barry used the memorial service for the Dallas Police Officers that were hunted down and killed while doing their job by a nutbar Black Lives Matter Activist to lecture the country on racism and guns?
That was using the office well, was it?
Of course, Michelle couldn’t help but take pot-shots at President Trump.
She also encouraged girls and women to take advantage of the opportunities presented to them, subtly alluding to the current commander-in-chief.
“Don’t waste your seat at the table and if you’re scared to use your voice, then give up your seat to someone who can use it because we can’t afford to waste that opportunity,” Obama said. “I want women to pay attention, because this is what happens when we don’t stand up. We give our seats up to those who are supposed to be there, because of the stereotypes of what power and success is supposed to be.”
Yeah, because he’s the problem.
In something completely unrelated, Michelle went full-on racist.
But then, doesn’t she do that with some regularity?
Here are some direct quotes from the video:
We should be working actively to mix it up, so we’re getting a real broad range of perspectives on every issue. Shoot, I would see that in Congress. At the State of the Union address … when you are in the room what you can see is this real dichotomy. It’s a feeling of color almost. On one side of the room is literally gray and white. Literally, that is the color palette on one side of the room. On the other side of the room, there are yellows and blues and whites and greens. Physically, there’s a difference in color, in the tone, because on one side all men, all white, on the other side some women, some people of color.
And then she said:
I look at that, and I go, no wonder. No wonder we struggle, no wonder people don’t trust politics. We’re not even noticing what these rooms look like. If people haven’t had the experience of being other and out, and you are trying to fix the problem of those folks, it’s hard to come up with the right answer when you haven’t lived it.
Her comments about race are at the 33:40 mark:
Her husband, Mr. Post-Racial President, didn’t deliver on his promise of ending racism in America and has left it more divided than when he took office.
We have NFL players refusing to stand for the anthem, Hollywood, the Media (D), and virtue-signaling celebrities trying to outdo themselves in their denunciation of President Trump.
We have people marching in the streets demanding that we fix the systemic racism in the police departments while a new FBI report confirms that the ‘Ferguson Effect’ is indeed a real thing.
Some criminal justice experts say there is a causal link between the unrest and the two-year rise in homicides nationwide. Heather MacDonald, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute, has dubbed the phenomenon the “Ferguson Effect,” in reference to a rise in violent crime that followed shooting of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in 2014.
As McDonald sees it, agitation by groups such as Black Lives Matter, encouraged by slanted media coverage, has led to a retrenchment among big-city police forces. Street cops are so worried about being vilified by city leaders and the press that they are avoiding contact with the criminal element, she says.
“Cops are backing off of proactive policing in high-crime minority neighborhoods, and criminals are becoming emboldened,” MacDonald wrote in a Sept. 25 piece for City Journal. “Having been told incessantly by politicians, the media, and Black Lives Matter activists that they are bigoted for getting out of their cars and questioning someone loitering on a known drug corner at 2 AM, many officers are instead just driving by.”
Source: Daily Caller
And what is the result?
Higher crime rates in vulnerable areas.
Maybe screaming racist when a black drug dealer is shot by a cop, and staying silent on the rampant gang crime in Chicago and Baltimore is perhaps the wrong way to go.
What do you think of Michelle’s racist rant?
Is she right or ridiculous?
Let us know in the comments.
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