Michelle Obama admits her husband was NOT inspirational
Obama promised a lot of things to Americans when running for president including to be the savior the black community need to rise above their “oppressed” lives.
Unfortunately, America’s half-black president achieved little. And recently Michelle Obama made a shocking admission to these simple truths.
In response to the overwhelming support the new Marvel movie ‘Black Panther’ Michelle chimed in on its success praising those in the movie for being the heroes blacks need in today’s society.
— The Hill (@thehill) February 20, 2018
“Congrats to the entire #black panther team! Because of you, young people will finally see superheroes that look like them on the big screen. I loved this movie and I know it will inspire people of all backgrounds to dig deep and find the courage to be heroes of their own stories.”
Additionally the left-wing magazine Salon earlier this month called “Black Panther” the “first blockbuster-format release featuring a black hero front and center.
Not so fast.
Superhero fans were quick to point out the errors of the lefts comments about the movie and their obvious race-baiting intentions.
So which is it: did you never watch super hero movies and read comics till this year or were none of the awesome black super heroes from years before good enough for you?https://t.co/H01JM4akQY
— ??Gunpowder&Vanilla?☘️ (@Autumn__Fox) February 20, 2018
“So which is it: did you never watch super hero movies and read comics till [sic] this year or were none of the awesome black super heroes from years before good enough for you?” responded one user.
Another user commented:
“Do I come from a parallel universe?” replied a third person. “Is that why nobody seems to remember the 3 very successful Blade movies? You know, the ones with the black Marvel hero Blade. Guess I may have imagined them and this film is really groundbreaking. Sorry Mr. Snipes.”
And there were many others who pointed out a long history of black Superheroes in the comic book world.
The most popular among the list are Luke Cage, Blade, Black Panther, and Storm.
But why should the facts matter when the lefts only goal in hyping up this movies “blackness” is to create more racial tension and divide.
Further, why does the black community need the Black Panther to be their hero? Why is this movie so detrimental for encouraging blacks to have courage in achieving their goals? Weren’t the Obama’s supposed to be the blacks superhero offering “hope and change?”
Recall how the left propped up Obama to be the savior we need to heal our land of “racial tension” and divide. He was to “fundamentally transform” America into something we never dreamed of being.
For those wondering when I knew Hillary Clinton would never win the election, watch this bootleg taping of Katt Williams. He DOGS Hillary Clinton, saying [pp] “When Bill Clinton sent back the invitation it didn’t have Hillary’s name on it, he just responded Plus One.”
Then Katt Williams bites into Barack Obama. He apologized to white people, saying [pp] “When we made this Negro Superman, we forgot to ask him if he knew how to fly!” [language warning]
Barack Obama was no superhero. Truthfully, he wasn’t a regular hero.
According to The National Review, the first black president is responsible for a decrease in black American labor force participation by 2.4%, a decrease in black teenage labor force participation by 2.7%.
Next, Obama’s policies increased poverty among black Americans by 1.6%, and brought a decrease in the median income for black households by 1.5%.
And if that’s not enough just take a look at what these blacks in Chicago had to say about the first black president.
Guess these blacks didn’t get the memo that Obama was supposed to be their black “superhero.”
And what of the racial healing Obama said America needed? Well, Obama honored terrorist groups like Black Lives Matter who shockingly shout, “Kill white people, especially police officers,” at events. We heard “attack everything in blue except the mailman.” And then there is the famous, “Pigs in a blanket, roasting like bacon.”
But according to Obama, this group deserved a visit to the White House to be honored for their “social justice” efforts. By doing so, Obama turned his back on our police officers who fearlessly defend our nation with their lives everyday. And now people are hunted down in the streets simply because of their profession.
The black community doesn’t need heroes, it need role models. And despite being elected president, Obama is no role model for blacks.
These role models do exist, however. They are everywhere. Now we must teach blacks what to look for.
There are plenty of successful and inspiration black conservatives out there who give back to their communities and dedicate their lives to influencing the next generation. Sadly, these men are looked over because of their conservative values.
Dr. Ben Carson is a good example.
He became a pediatric neurosurgeon despite being born into poverty. He overcame certain hardships in life and didn’t let that dictate his future.
As he pushed through all obstacles he now is a world-renowned neurosurgeon with multiple doctoral degrees.
Now, Dr. Carson serves his country next to the most powerful man in the world. Anyone who has met him (or had their lives saved by him) has nothing but praise for the man.
And what of Thomas Sowell?
Thomas Sowell is a black American economist, social theorist, political philosopher, and author, whose books include Basic Economics. He has worked at many universities teaching and shaping the minds of our next generation with his wisdom. He is currently senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
Why isn’t there emphasis on looking up to these successful enlightened men from the left? Is the left really concerned with having a superhero little black boys and girls can look up to? Or is all just a game to them.
The Left prefer that blacks look up to fictitious characters like Black Panther and Barack Obama. The ideal of Obama may have been good. However, the reality left people hungry for more. So Michelle Obama rightfully didn’t mention her husband as one to be admired in the black community or elsewhere. But she overlooked many stellar blacks who are helping the black community achieve its real dreams.