There is a pervasive self-importance on the far left side of American politics that has caused a number of uncouth faux pas to play out over the course of the last few years.
You see, the left is completely triggered by everything that President Donald Trump achieves. It’s as though the blanket “resistance” to the President is inciting a hatred for not only the man, but also for the political ethos that he exudes. What’s so confusing, of course, is that Trump’s victories are victories for the entire nation, not merely for himself or the 1%, and the left’s insistence on boo-hooing the entirety of his existence is wholly ignorant of these facts.
This whole “resistance” for the sake of resistance is a sham. It’s a charade. It’s more of the same divide and conquer rhetoric that is employed by the left in droves. It’s the polarization of the snowflakes in order to keep them corralled in the progressive voting pen.
In other words; it’s all a game, and Michelle Obama has been playing it on her husband’s dime.
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You see, the former First Lady hasn’t ben the most civil of the Washington wolves in sheep’s clothing, hiding behind her husband and her “lesser” political aspirations as a cop out. Now, however, with 2020 looming and points to be gained among the delusional democrats, Michelle has stepped up her vitriol in order to score big with the millennial minds of the Tide Pod generation.
At the Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston, Obama appeared to take shots at President Trump‘s administration in remarks first reported by local TV station WBZ.
The Obama administration “was like having the ‘good parent’ at home,” the former first lady said. “The responsible parent, the one who told you to eat your carrots and go to bed on time.”
“And now we have the other parent,” Obama added. “We thought it’d feel fun — maybe it feels fun for now because we can eat candy all day and stay up late and not follow the rules.”
During the wide-ranging discussion, Obama also offered praise for Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic nominee and the first woman to secure the nomination of a major U.S. political party.
Clinton was “the best-qualified candidate,” Obama said. “She wasn’t perfect, but she was way more perfect than many of the alternatives.”
This childish comparison, while bizarre and pedantic at first glance, may be one of the more succinct attacks on the President in recent memory, only for the fact that the liberal left has gone off the rails in recent months, calling for everything from impeachment to assassination.
It’s unnerving, and frankly a bit terrifying, just how ready the left is to attack a sitting President who himself is in a precarious position with China, Russia, and other imposing nations. Their work to delegitimize the Commander in Chief at such a crucial juncture is not only detrimental to the national psyche, but, in many ways, an open declaration of support for whichever foreign enemy chooses to strike first.