Michelle Obama Insults Women at United State of Women Summit

Michelle Obama Insults Women at United State of Women Summit

I believe Leftist women are their own worst enemy.

Listen to the question posed to Michelle Obama about women’s dreams, and you will see what I mean.

Saturday at the United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles, former first lady Michelle Obama discussed the 2016 presidential election and asked the audience how we allowed it to happen.

Obama said,”Sorry, in light of this last election, I’m concerned about us as women and how we think. And what is really going on. What is going on in our heads where we let that happen, you know?”

She continued, “When the most qualified person running was a woman, and look what we did instead, I mean that says something about where we are. Forget everybody else. That’s what we have to explore, because if we as women are still suspicious of one another, if we still have this crazy, crazy bar for each other that we don’t have for men. If we are still doing that today. If we’re not comfortable with the notion that a woman could be our president compared to … what, then we have to have those conversations with ourselves as women.”

But what may have been missed is what the questioner said at first.

Host: You know, cause for me, culture was egging me to dream of my wedding.

Obama: (Sympathetic) Yeah.

Ok, so girls shouldn’t dream of their weddings?

Interestingly, I bet every woman at that forum dreamed of her wedding. And not a single one of them regrets that dream.

Entire show are dedicated to weddings. Hollywood loves showing weddings. And let’s face it, weddings are lopsidedly for women.

Men buy rings worth a year’s salary, and men get a band, that’s a fraction of the value. Most men rent a tuxedo for their wedding, while women spend thousands of dollars on a dress they will wear once.

In short, even when women have a tremendous advantage over men, they still see the ugly side. Imagine if men got the big rocks, picked out the overpriced outfits they would wear only once, and then got to dote on the approaching big day like drunk frat boys?

If that were the case, men would be accused of “toxic femininity” or some other nonsense.

Michelle Obama and other feminists obsess with equality, while basking in sunshine of the so-called “man’s world”. The biggest irony is men die younger than women.

So while men may earn more money, guess who likely gets more time to spend it. And few people bring up the fact that men carry the brunt of financial responsibility in relationships. Sure, on occasion women earn more than their male partners, but that’s mostly not the case except for blacks.

If my significant other earned more than I do, and took on most of the financial responsibilities, I would keep my mouth shut. It’s not like I’m not capable of doing more. But I would simply ride that gravy train.

But we men suffer in silence for the most part.

We die in wars, as well as in the jobs that put people in harm’s way. But we say nothing. Never have and never will. 

Don’t think feminist give a sh*t about our perils. No special clinics for male breast cancer or testicular cancer. Suck it up, Buttercup!

Men are far more likely to commit suicide, lose visitation of children in divorce, and a host of other things. Think feminists give a damn?

Next year will be another women’s summit. And the women putting them on fall into two categories: (1) those who will never get a man, and (2) those who have beta males who may have inherited lots of money.

Michelle Obama wonders what happened in 2016. Why didn’t crooked Hillary Clinton get elected? After all, her husband did everything he could to prevent that.

Well, women are sick of feminists. The answer really is that simple. Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton represent the old school feminists who drive young women from their midst.

Obama and Clinton are relics. And the latest polls on Millennials proves me out. The Democrats’ appeal to the angst of youth has caused the well to dry up. The election of 2018 will prove me right.

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