At a commencement address at City College of New York on Friday, First Lady Michelle Obama once again brought race to the forefront, proclaiming that she wakes up every day in a house built by slaves.
Interesting that she’s lived there for what, eight years now? And it hasn’t really seemed to bother her much. Then again, how ironic a comment coming from someone who has earned the nickname “Mooch” as we the American people are now the slaves paying for her rent, utilities, and lavish quarter-of-a-million-dollar vacations.
Even more interesting is how some people in the response thread can even act like this is just a simple statement of fact and not a completely loaded, race baiting comment coming from the First Lady on a highly promoted podium propagating these points for the express purpose of creating more division among the people. That’s something she has been very good at during her husband’s entire presidency. For more on that, see also White House Shamelessly Uses Michelle Photo Op to Play Race Card regarding the agenda-driven photo shown above.
Divided we definitely fall… and they definitely know it. Let’s fight amongst ourselves so we don’t unite over what the elite like her and her husband have done to this country… and to us all.
Michelle seems to forget (or, more likely, purposefully ignore) how much the country has progressed since the time of slavery, considering America just elected a black president for not one, but two terms.
The responses to Michelle fell into two distinct categories: the camp where it has to be pointed out for the millionth time how racist everyone is simply because Michelle used the trigger word “slaves,” and everyone else who failed to feel all that sorry for her.
The real truth? Slavery continues today. The centralized government and the Federal Reserve have turned us into a country of slaves. Hell, Chinese slaves probably sewed the robe Michelle was wearing in her speech. And if the White House was rebuilt?
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