Michelle Obama is “shaken to the core” over Trumps sexual statements, yet unbothered by the imperialist attacks of the Democratic party

NEW HAMPSHIRE––The imperialist first lady of the United States had some powerful words for Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, during her speech at a Hillary Clinton campaign event in New Hampshire on Thursday.

Michelle Obama appeared on Clinton’s campaign trail after a video surfaced of Trump making some sexual remarks about women to “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush back in 2005.

Obama was emotional as she expressed how repulsed and deeply disturbed she was after hearing Trump’s comments.

“I can’t stop thinking about this,” she told the audience. “It has shaken me to my core in a way that I couldn’t have predicted.

“This is not something that we can ignore. It’s not something we can just sweep under the rug as just another disturbing footnote in a sad election season,” she added. “Because this was not just a lewd conversation.”

Did Barack Obama’s imperialist endeavors shake Michelle Obama to the core?

Michelle Obama has a habit of being particularly selective in the actions and the people she criticizes.

Although I find Trump’s statements somewhat problematic, it cannot stand up to U.S. president Barack Obama’s detrimental and deadly actions against Africans and other colonized people around the world.

It is interesting that Trump’s sexual boasts have shaken Michelle Obama to her core, yet her husband’s bombing and wiping out entire Libyan families while they slept didn’t bother her one bit.

Nor did his air strikes on the people of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, Iraq and Syria which caused countless deaths stir up any feelings within her.

It is clear that Michelle Obama is complicit in her husband’s imperialist attacks on colonized people. They are both representatives of white power, just in black faces, and must both be held accountable for being traitors to the African nation.

White power in black face attempt to boost Hillary Clinton’s campaign

It not the least bit surprising that Michelle Obama is this passionate about Trump, who just so happens to be running against Hillary Clinton, while speaking at a Clinton campaign event.

Michelle Obama is white power in black face

This is a strategic move on her part to corral women into supporting Hillary Clinton. During her speech, Obama stated that Trump’s remarks were “disgraceful and intolerable.”

She passionately added, “it doesn’t matter what Party you belong to, no woman deserves to be treated this way. This isn’t about politics. It’s about basic human decency. It’s about right and wrong.” She went on to urge the attendees to not endure Trump’s statements for another minute, yet alone four years.

Even more so, however, we cannot endure Hillary Clinton’s lies and attacks on the African community. Clinton was “disgraceful and intolerable when she referred to African youth as “super predators” and stole millions from Haiti.

Where was Michelle Obama’s outrage when Clinton showed her lack of “human decency”? Why is Michelle Obama urging the masses to support Clinton over Trump when it is Clinton’s actions and policies which has helped to put thousands of Africans behind bars?

We cannot allow ourselves to be fooled by the white ruling class’ Democratic Party and their neocolonial puppets.

Neither Trump nor Clinton are speaking to the interests of black people. Neither the Republican nor the Democratic parties have the confidence of the masses.

Anybody who is more concerned with the words which come out of Donald Trumps’s mouth than the imperialist attacks and murderous actions of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on colonized people is worried about the wrong damn thing.

Smash neocolonialism!

Smash white power in black face!


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