Michelle Obama Sets One Condition If You Want To Hang Out With Her
Former First Lady Michelle Obama demonstrated yet again during an interview with CBS This Morning that she is one of the most vain and selfish first ladies in US history.
Michelle Obama told Gayle King that she and former President Barack Obama would not meet with anybody until they have been vaccinated.
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“Would you like to hang out with us?” She narcissistically said, “Get your vaccine.” “Get all of it,” says the narrator. Complete the task. Then we’ll be able to chat. So, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please It’s now or never.”
Following up on Michelle Obama’s remark, King inquired about her reaction to Americans who are “frightened” of the vaccine.
Michelle Obama said, “All I can say is that I have tried to live a life where I don’t lie to people.” “So the science behind vaccines is similar to that of aspirin and insulin.”
On the same segment, the former First Lady made more divisive remarks, claiming that Black Lives Matter is “taking to the streets because they have no choice.” She also expressed concern about her daughter’s driving because she believes police would harass them.
“The aim is to give leaders the opportunity to lead. People, you know, look to us a lot at some times. ‘How about it? What are your thoughts? ‘How are you doing?’ Although we can all breathe a sigh of relief at the verdict, we still recognize that there is still work to be done. As a result, we can’t just say, “Great.” That’s what happened. Let’s get this party started.’ “I know that many of us in the Black community don’t feel that way because we still live in terror when we go to the grocery store, walk our dogs, or let our children get a driver’s license,” Obama said.
After that, King inquired as to whether the Obama girls drive.
Michelle Obama said, “Every time they get in a car by themselves, I think about what assumption is being made by someone who doesn’t know anything about them.” “The fact that they are good students and nice girls, but maybe they’re listening to their music too loudly, and someone sees the back of their heads and makes an assumption. I, like so many other black parents, have to — the seemingly innocuous act of obtaining a driver’s license fills us with dread.”
“So, I think we need to talk about it more, and we need to ask our fellow citizens to listen a little more, to trust us, and to understand that we don’t want to be out there marching,” she added.