Malia Obama Freaks Out on Conservative During Party at NYC Club

The Gateway Pundit’s Lucian Wintrich was at a party being hosted by a friend of his at New York City nightspot the Parlor when he noticed that eldest Obama daughter Malia (who is 18) was also in attendance. Wintrich was with his friend (another conservative) performance artist Martina Markota, who happily corroborated his story.

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Now, it’s no surprise that Malia Obama was attending a hip NYC party, but was is a surprise is that she was seemingly intoxicated and apparently very angry.

From the Gateway Pundit:

The minor had been rubbing shoulders with other guests all night until she spotted the Gateway Pundit’s own White House correspondent Lucian Wintrich. She was quick to confront him:

Multiple witnesses watched as Malia Obama, Obama’s oldest daughter, ran up to Wintrich with the intent of stirring up controversy. Wintrich believes at the point of altercation she was intoxicated, which should bring everyone back to those other moments of infamy when Barack’s daughter decided to “act out”.

Wintrich attempted to snap a picture of Malia before she ran up to him furious. She asked Wintrich to confirm who he was before accosting him and saying: “If you wanna have a conversation, let’s sit down, let’s have a real conversation.”

Wintrich responded in kind by welcoming the invitation: “Absolutely. Let’s sit down and have a conversation.”

This positive response from Wintrich sent Malia into a tailspin with the former President’s daughter saying, “I think you’re disgusting.”

The former presidential daughter was then quickly hustled off by her security, which Wintrich was able to get on camera.

Wintrich, Markota, and others in attendance say that Malia was shouting at Wintrich and several other attendees and seemed visibly “unhinged.” When Wintrich was asked for comment, he told the Gateway Pundity, “It’s hilarious that an 18 year old would have the “audacity of confrontation” at a 21+ lounge in NYC that my friends invited me to…”

Interestingly, the story doesn’t seem to be getting much traction in the mainstream press, though that’s not to say they weren’t interested. It seems that once the media was able to verify the story… they dropped it. It’s surprising, considering Malia’s age (18) and the fact that she was a minor at a party (and in a 21+ club) drinking alcohol and there have, as of yet, been no legal ramifications. This seems like exactly the kind of stories the mainstream media usually loves to publish – the privileged upper class elitist child out partying, breaking the law, and condescending to lesser people with absolutely no concern or worry that she might get in trouble. I wonder why the media doesn’t seem to care this time?

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