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MO Slams All Men – Imagine If Trump Said THIS About Women

As usual, she pretends to say this so ‘nicely’ too. Way to take that ‘high road’.

In her usual m.o. Michelle Obama had something to say about men.

And she pretended to dress it up all ‘nicely’, too. As though it was something all women had to be part of the solution for — the way they raise boys.

You will notice, won’t you, that Michelle has two daughters, and zero sons. That’s helpful to remember because it whatever she’s about to say next is actually about the mothers of sons. So her ‘WE’ crapola was just for show.

It was Michelle doing what she does best. Sitting as lord over her subjects and giving them a list of ‘Thou–Shalts’.

She was talking to her mom about it. She’s got everything all figured out, don’t ya know? It must be from all that time she’s spent living in a ‘house built by slaves’ and planning crappy lunches for students who would refuse to eat them.

Or maybe, because she spends all that time with rappers and Billionaires, she thinks she’s smarter than the rest of us. Here’s the wisdom this modern Oracle of Delphi is dropping for her hangers-on.

The problem with the world today is we love our boys (scoffing) and we raise our girls. You know? We raise them to be strong and sometimes we take care not to hurt men. And I think we pay for that a little bit. And that’s a ‘we’ thing, cause we raisin’ ’em. You know? And it’s powerful to have strong men, but what does that strength mean, you know, does it mean respect, does it mean responsibility, does it mean compassion, or are we protecting our men too much so they feel a little entitled and a little self-righteous sometimes, but that’s kinda on us… too… as… as… as… women and mothers you know, as we nurture men and push girls to be perfect.

So many things wrong with this statement. First off — notice she doesn’t once mention the role of dads?

She mentions ‘entitled’ boys, but doesn’t mention how changes to education style are intentionally disadvantaging male students and their competitive, rather than cooperative learning styles (Down With Patriarchy!) with the result that far more women than men are now proceeding to higher education. Which is setting us up for other social ills down the road.

She spent years hobnobbing developing close friendships with rap stars, who are actively pushing a view of masculinity that abandons personal responsibility and pushes an entitlement mentality. The thug culture that calls one another by a name we cannot print, and calls the women they run with b—-s and h–s.

Hey Michelle, maybe you could start there, and talk to your rap buddies about what example they’re setting. Not that they will care. Like you, they’re really ‘all about the Benjamins’ to use a throwback phrase.

Maybe you could acknowledge the connection between kids lacking a dad, and so many social ills that stem from that. Not just poverty at home, but other things — like drop out rates and crime.

Or failed Socialist policies exacerbating social ills wherever Democrats hold power.

Naw. It couldn’t be that.

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