Michelle Obama has been speaking out a lot lately and she is shaming women who voted for Donald Trump. Michelle arrogantly says “they voted against their own voice” and the supposed homogenous state of the GOP – like she knows what is in the hearts and minds of any empowered woman who voted for President Trump.
“Physically, there’s a difference in color, in the tone. Because one side: all men, all white. On the other side: some women, some people of color,” Michelle said at the Conference for Women in Philadelphia.
“I look at that and I go no wonder, no wonder we struggle, no wonder people don’t trust politics.”
Representative Mia Love, a proud black Republican woman from Utah, slammed Michelle Obama’s notions.
“Sadly, this is identity politics,” she said. “I don’t know if she noticed, but I am not white and I am not a male.”
Obama’s divisive remarks are the usual tactics employed by Democrats to win elections, Love insisted. They could care less about policy.
It is “hypocritical” for Democrats like Michelle Obama to vilify the GOP’s supposed lack of diversity, when liberal leaders like Nancy Pelosi are actively trying to unseat her, the only black female Republican in Congress. They are trying to replace her with…a white male.
“Nancy Pelosi will actually go out and recruit someone to try and take out the only black Republican female that we have out there,” Love said. “And wait for it, she’s actually replacing me with a white male Democrat.”
Folks, Maybe Michelle Obama forget the demographics of the 2016 presidential candidates? On one side, there were all white, older candidates. The nominee, Hillary Clinton, had little competition, thanks to the DNC rolling out a red carpet for her. On the Republican side of politics, there was youth, there were female candidates, and there were African-American candidates.