Michelle Obama lived in a delusion. She showcased this in her statement shortly after the election of her husband.
It was during speeches in both Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin on February 18, 2008.
“People in this country are ready for change and hungry for a different kind of politics and … for the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country because it feels like hope is finally making a comeback.”
Sadly for Obama, that’s what it took for her to love the greatest country ever created by God.
Michelle Obama may have awakened at least a bit from her delusion.
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In a new film, Michelle Obama discusses the pain of Trump’s win, and the surprising group whom she blames for Hillary Clinton’s loss.
The Daily Beast wrote:
While Trump is casually referenced from the first minutes and the mood of the country scores the film’s entire conversation, it’s not until roughly two-thirds through the film that she addresses her negative feelings about his 2016 victory directly. Twice, she talks about how painful it is to her that black voters didn’t turn out to vote for Hillary Clinton, calling the decision not to vote more painful to her than those who voted for Trump.
“It takes some energy to go high, and we were exhausted from it. Because when you are the first black anything…” she said, referencing anecdotes from her Becoming book. “So the day I left the White House and I write about how painful it was to sit on that [inauguration] stage. A lot of our folks didn’t vote. It was almost like a slap in the face.”
In other words, Michelle Obama is pained by the notion that neither she or Barack Obama could bring Hillary Clinton the black vote. Because by the end of their term, the Obamas had lost their mojo.
“I understand the people who voted for Trump,” she continued. “The people who didn’t vote at all, the young people, the women, that’s when you think, man, people think this is a game. It wasn’t just in this election. Every midterm. Every time Barack didn’t get the Congress he needed, that was because our folks didn’t show up. After all that work, they just couldn’t be bothered to vote at all. That’s my trauma.”
Obama’s trauma provided America with the greatest president in modern history.
The election of Trump proved that America had tired of the lies and empty promises of the Obama administration. And when you throw in the attempted coup of Trump by Team Obama, you really understand how America felt about the Obamas.
The article continues,
It should be no surprise that Becoming isn’t a Trump-bashing attack ad, though some might have wanted that. Even though she’s freed from the scripted proprieties of the White House and is now speaking more casually and freely than she ever did as first lady, it’s not exactly a part of Michelle Obama’s brand to do that.
Where Becoming reveals its value then is in the personal stories that uncover more about what life really was like those eight years for a black woman and mother plucked from obscurity to represent the most significant progress for African Americans in United States political history.
An early anecdote reveals what her last day in the White House was like, which was stressful for reasons you wouldn’t expect: her daughters Sasha and Malia wanted to have one last sleepover with their friends. She had a hell of a time clearing the house the next day. “I was like, ‘Wake up! The Trumps are coming. You gotta get up. Get out!’”
“I’m trying not to cry because if I walk out of there crying, they’re going to say I’m crying for a different reason,” she said. When she got on Air Force One, she sobbed for 30 minutes. “The release of eight years of trying to do everything perfectly.”
Perfectly? That’s what Obama thinks she accomplished?
While Obama’s husband busied himself by paying terrorists, freeing criminals, and issuing executive orders that violate the spirit of democracy, she did plenty of damage all by herself. Ask any child forced to eat Obama’s school lunches.
Together, their failed attempt at leadership set the black community back a few decades. If the first black president is a lying, thieving crook- who wants to vote in the second one?
The Obama Administration assaulted the United States on so many levels. And reliving those days through these non-factual docu-dramas only makes matters worse.