Michelle Obama got up on stage and told the world how shocked she was at the awful things Donald Trump said. “I have to tell you that I can’t stop thinking about this. It has shaken me to my core in a way that I couldn’t have predicted…” What a ‘Bunch of Malarkey’
In fact, Michelle Obama should have won an Oscar for that performance, where she openly criticized Donald Trump for a decade-old comment and insusted that defeating the GOP candidate is now a moral imperative.
“I have to tell you that I can’t stop thinking about this. It has shaken me to my core in a way that I couldn’t have predicted. So while I’d love nothing more than to pretend like this isn’t happening, and to come out here and do my normal campaign speech, it would be dishonest and disingenuous to me to just move on to the next thing like this was all just a bad dream,” the outgoing first lady said.
“The fact is that in this election, we have a candidate for president of the United States who, over the course of his lifetime and the course of this campaign, has said things about women that are so shocking, so demeaning that I simply will not repeat anything here today,” as Obama’s Hollywood audition went on.
“Last week, we saw this candidate actually bragging about sexually assaulting women. And I can’t believe that I’m saying that a candidate for president of the United States has bragged about sexually assaulting women,” the crack in her voice was perfection.
But of course it’s all a ‘Bunch of Malarkey’
If you look at who she really admires and associates with then the truth becomes obvious; from Beyonce to Jay Z to all those vile celebrities — not to mention Bill Clinton.
Just read what Lifezette has to say on the matter of Michelle’s role models.
In 2011, Michelle Obama extended a personal invitation to the White House to the rapper Common. While Common may not be as outspokenly misogynistic as some of his musical peers, he has at least one song that glorifies notorious domestic terrorist and cop-killer Assata Shakur.
“They fabricated cases, hoping one would stick/And said she robbed places that didn’t exist/In the midst of threats on her life and being caged with Aryan whites,” Common raps in “A Song for Assata.” She “had been convicted of a murder she couldn’t of done/Medical evidence shown she couldn’t have shot the gun,” the rapper asserts in the song.
But Common isn’t averse to a little bit of old-fashioned misogyny himself, either. “She was a bad (uh), the type at the club n*gg*z would grab her/Fantasized when I had her, in the bathroom sweatin’ her a** up,” he raps in the song “Go!”
And of course, who could forget about the Obamas’ cozy relationship with Jay Z and Beyoncé, who have been guests of the president and first lady on multiple occasions? Jay Z is a former criminal who has written such eloquent song lyrics as: “I got 99 problems and a b***h ain’t one” and “Catch a charge I might, beat the box up like Mike/In ’97 I bite, I’m Ike Turner, turn up/Baby know I don’t play, now eat the cake, Anna Mae.”
Meanwhile Beyoncé, when she isn’t encouraging blacks to assault police officers, spends the rest of her time prancing about on stage half-naked, singing such lyrical gems as: “First both of my legs go back on your head, and whatever you want, yeah baby, I’m bad” and “I can’t wait till I get home so you can turn that cherry out/I want you to turn that cherry out, turn that cherry out.”
Read more about Michelle and her racist, misogynistic friends at Lifezette.