Former First Lady Michelle Obama was invited to speak at the United State of Women Summit this weekend — and she used the platform to get nasty at women voters who disagreed with her.
In a speech that recalled former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s “deplorables” statement, Michelle spat in the face of female voters that cast a ballot in favor of President Donald Trump.
Conservative women are stupid and sexist, Michelle implied in her speech.
“In light of this last election I’m concerned about women, about how we think about ourselves and each other. I think more about what is going on in our heads where we let that happen,” she claimed in her speech.
In other words: If women don’t vote the way Michelle Obama says to vote, she qualifies them as mentally handicapped.
But that wasn’t her only nasty statement. Michelle also implied that voting for issues — not gender identity — shows that conservative women are all sexists.
“So, I do wonder what young girls are dreaming about when we’re still there when the most qualified person running was a woman, and look what we did instead,” Michelle said.
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“Women are still suspicious of one another” and have too high a standard for who they vote for, she said… unlike male voters. “If we’re not comfortable with the notion that a woman could be president, compared to what?” she said to thunderous cheers from the audience.
According to liberals, women voters don’t care if our president to puts America First. They’re not concerned about jobs and illegal immigration. Michelle and her cronies think that complex foreign policy decisions are too much for women voters. They should vote for people that look like them, not the candidate whose policies they favor.
Here’s a stunning news flash for Michelle Obama: Most voters don’t vote with their pants.
They vote with their brains. Yes, Michelle, even the women.
And those free thinking women voters decided Hillary Clinton was not worthy of the Oval Office.
It was one of the smartest decisions ever made.
— The Horn editorial team