Michelle Obama, like all faux-feminists, has taken off the gloves and is attempting to punch Conservative women in the face. The former First Lady, who famously look upon the inauguration of Donald Trump with visceral hatred and later on a talk show was glad to offer how utterly ashamed she was of the country, has been on a tear lately, especially when it comes to Donald Trump.
Obama was infamously “proud of her country for the first time in her life” when her husband was elected president, but decided that when his eight years were up by precedent, she really wanted more. Four more, to be exact. For someone who really disliked Hillary Rodham-Clinton for her birther investigations into Barack Hussein Obama, and for her husband’s insensitive racial remarks about the Obamas, Michelle sure cozied up to the former Secretary of State soon after her enormously humiliating defeat at the hands of an obviously much more talented Donald Trump.
In fact, Obama was so furious at the inauguration that she, at times, couldn’t seem to wipe the murky, angry scowl off her face. As she has been known to do throughout her husband’s rocket-to-the-top-with-barely-any-experience trip, Michelle opened her mouth yet again and stuck both feet into it as she decided that this presidency was exactly the fault of Conservative women, saying they were too dumb to make their own decisions!
Michelle Obama believes the 42 percent of women and 53 percent of white women who voted against Hillary Clinton only did so because someone—presumably our patriarchs—told us to.
“Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their [sic] own voice,” the former first lady declared, speaking at a conference in Boston. Believe it or not, the pomposity only got worse from there.
“What does it mean for us as women that we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, that guy, he’s better for me, his voice is more true to me,” Obama said. “Well, to me that just says you don’t like your voice. You like the thing you’re told to like,” she continued, apparently unaware of the cognitive dissonance evident in telling 125 million adult women what they must think about a presidential candidate while simultaneously encouraging them to find their own voices.
The Stockholm Syndrome trope as applied to conservative women is not a new one. Apparently, according to the Left, not only are grown-up women incapable of telling a handsy college boy “no,” we’re also incapable of formulating our own political opinions—that is, if the conclusions we come to aren’t in lockstep with the Democratic agenda. But imagining that women on the Right are mere sock puppets for their husbands, sons, and fathers is a crucial illusion for an ideology that has constructed a political paradigm entirely upon identity.
When they confront a woman who sees herself as an individual, rather than primarily a member of the female tribe, leftists like Mrs. Obama short-circuit and have to resort to the condescending conclusion that conservative women must not really be the masters of their own fates. Like 2017’s favorite metaphor, “The Handmaid’s Tale’s” Serena Joy, they must have unwittingly become the enforcers of their own “oppression.” Conveniently, this “logic” doesn’t extend to left-wing men, who are not considered self-hating for being on the minority side of their own sex’s voting gap.
And so, the primary message here is, as the article states, vote with your genitals, not with your brains. In essence, Michelle Obama is stating that because she doesn’t agree with the enormous crowds of millions of women who ignored the Left’s advice to bow down and worship Hillary Rodham-Clinton and her sex-obsessed unfaithful husband, that they must all be stupid.
Even more baffling is that feminists the country over have espoused a similar thought process, that if you voted against Hillary Rodham-Clinton, you were a traitor to your gender, because clearly, as we all know, a vote against Hillary was a vote against women…particularly women who believe that it’s all right to condone mass infanticide, women who believe that it’s okay to excuse a man’s infidelity…as long as he votes Left…and women who believe that despite the criminality aspect of Clinton, you should always vote for a person based on their gender. Thanks for clarifying, Michelle.
Source: The Federalist