WND WEEKLY: No question what Michelle Obama believes
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Let there be no doubt: The political philosophy of Michelle Obama and her husband is that of committed Marxists. It is up to us to identify them as such, because it’s obvious the media have no interest in doing it for us.
In my column, “We’ll survive Obama – prior to President Palin,” I wrote: “Rumors surrounded [Jimmy] Carter’s record [as governor] in Georgia, as did allegations of racist epithets directed at his opponent for the governorship of that state. Rumors persisted about his brother, Billy, and alliances he had formed. But, Carter did have his momma going for him, and he never failed to remind America just how good she had ‘treated the nigras.’”
In his column, “2nd ‘black president’ likely to build on legacy of first,” Jack Cashill wrote, “Indeed, in his audio book, ‘More Than Sex: The Secrets of Bill and Hillary Clinton,’ Arkansas state trooper Larry Patterson contends that Clinton referred to Jesse Jackson, among others, as a ‘nigger’ as late as 1992 and routinely tolerated racial slurs by others. Patterson is not alone in making this charge.”
Of course, as Cashill’s title infers, Clinton went on to become known, amongst other things, as America’s first black president. But their hateful comments and tolerances pale in comparison to the rabid Marxist mindset of Michelle Obama and her intentionally polarizing speeches.
DiscoverTheNetworks.org reveals: “In a February 2007 appearance with her husband on ’60 Minutes,’ Mrs. Obama implied that America’s allegedly rampant white racism posed a great physical threat to her husband.” Mrs. Obama stated, “As a black man, you know, Barack can get shot going to the gas station.”
The article pointed out that she cleverly dismissed the fact that according to the U.S. Justice Department, between 1976 and 2005, black attackers killed 94 percent of black murder victims.
Some may be inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt and argue she was simply unaware of that truth, but I argue her remarks were intended to encourage contempt and mistrust of law enforcement.
In the same article, it was noted that she told a group of young people she and Obama had left corporate America. In February 2008, she told young, impressionable students that she and Obama were “asking young people to do [the same thing]. Don’t go into corporate America. You know, become teachers. Work for the community. Be social workers. Be a nurse. Those are the careers that we need, and we’re encouraging our young people to do that. But if you make that choice, as we did, to move out of the money-making industry into the helping industry, then your salaries respond.”
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In April 2008, at a campaign event in North Carolina, she said: “In order to get things like universal health care and a revamped education system, then someone is going to have to give up a piece of their pie so that someone else can have more.”
Later, in May 2008, she said: “Barack knows that we are going to have to make sacrifices – we are going to have to change our conversation – we’re going to have to move into a different place as a nation.”
In the aforementioned Discover the Networks article, it is pointed out that in September 2010, a former adviser to Obama said that while Pelosi is the far left of the Democratic Party, Michelle Obama is left of her. “She really doesn’t care for how things work in the country, and she wants to see it all changed.”
I didn’t make up these comments, and I didn’t take them out of context. Carter and Clinton were what they were as presidents. But Michelle Obama is the very worst of what freedom in America allows one to become.
The problem is that she and her husband are committed to transforming America into that which not even our Founding Fathers could have imagined we would need protection from.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here