Our former First Lady has done it again…
The woman that claims that she wants to try to unite this country has just made one of the most utterly ridiculous and disgusting comments I have ever heard from a public figure of her stature.
During a recent podcast, Michelle Obama stated, “When I’ve been completely incognito during the eight years in the White House, walking the dogs on the canal, people will come up and pet my dogs, but will not look me in the eye.
“They don’t know it’s me.
“That is so telling of how white America views people who are not like them, like we don’t exist.
“And when we do exist, we exist as a threat. And that’s exhausting.”
I think those of us that are animal lovers can relate to the story.
I am guilty of doing exactly what she says, to virtually EVERY dog owner, regardless of color, I see in public because I am more interested in the animal than I am the person.
I will talk to the owner, but my attention is generally on the dog.
Obama would go on to tell a story of how someone rudely cut in line while she and her daughters were out getting ice cream, because, you know, no white person has ever had anyone cut in line of them at a store.
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The problems she is discussing are not REAL problems but rather things that happen to people of all colors every day in this world.
Even if these particular individuals were racist, to characterize the entire population of white people over what happened in these two situations is simply outrageous.
This woman was worshipped, and still is, by liberals in this country of all colors, yet she is pissed off because someone was more interested in her dog and cut in front of her at the ice cream store.
This is her proof of systemic racism and people treating black people as though they don’t exist.
Actually, this is her attempt to create more racial divide in a country that is already tearing itself apart because of the damage caused by her husband and the Democrat party.
Grow up, Michelle, these are NOT real-world problems!
You can read the full story on Breitbart.