Michelle honors collective black females, disses her daughters

Apparently Michelle Obama is proud of black girls everywhere, except her daughters.  After the First Lady pumped up black girls at BET's 2015 "Black Girls Rock" awards show on Sunday, she mocked Malia and Sasha on Live with Kelly and Michael.

BET aired the awards special featuring Michelle Obama on Easter Sunday.  Mrs. Obama kickstarted the evening with a message directed exclusively at black females:

From BET (video):

To all the young women here tonight, and all across the country, let me say those words again: Black girls rock!

We rock! We rock! No matter who you are, no matter where you come from, you are beautiful, you are powerful, you are brilliant, you are funny! Let me tell you, I’m so proud of you. My husband, your president, is so proud of you. And we have such big hopes and dreams for every single one of you.

The next day on Live with Kelly and Michael, Michelle talked about her "snarky" daughters.  Then she brought up the fact Malia and Sasha were on Time magazine's top 25 most influential teens list.  Mrs. Obama ridiculed the girls and the whole idea.

From Live:

I don't know why [they're on the list] – they're not influential, they just live here. They have done nothing to gain any influence.

Sure, it's absurd, but no more absurd than Mr. Obama receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.  So why bash the teenagers for getting a mention they didn't deserve?  Being rewarded for doing nothing of value runs in the family.  So does putting one's own children down.  Peter Slevin, author of the new Michelle Obama biography, recalled how her parents bought space in the Princeton yearbook for this message in honor of their daughter’s graduation: “We knew you would do this fifteen years ago when we could never make you shut up.” 

As for Michelle's "black girls rock" enthusiasm, this is where the black supremacist's heart really lies.  The radical professor Charles Ogletree, Michelle's mentor, pegged the first lady perfectly when he said, “Michelle always, everything she wrote, the things that she was involved in, the things that she thought about, were in effect reflections on race and gender.”  The media’s focus on racism and the war on women these last seven years is straight out of Michelle’s bitter, rage-filled, far-left black revolutionary idol, Stokely Carmichael’s playbook.

Read more Evans @exzoom.net.

Apparently Michelle Obama is proud of black girls everywhere, except her daughters.  After the First Lady pumped up black girls at BET's 2015 "Black Girls Rock" awards show on Sunday, she mocked Malia and Sasha on Live with Kelly and Michael.

BET aired the awards special featuring Michelle Obama on Easter Sunday.  Mrs. Obama kickstarted the evening with a message directed exclusively at black females:

From BET (video):

To all the young women here tonight, and all across the country, let me say those words again: Black girls rock!

We rock! We rock! No matter who you are, no matter where you come from, you are beautiful, you are powerful, you are brilliant, you are funny! Let me tell you, I’m so proud of you. My husband, your president, is so proud of you. And we have such big hopes and dreams for every single one of you.

The next day on Live with Kelly and Michael, Michelle talked about her "snarky" daughters.  Then she brought up the fact Malia and Sasha were on Time magazine's top 25 most influential teens list.  Mrs. Obama ridiculed the girls and the whole idea.

From Live:

I don't know why [they're on the list] – they're not influential, they just live here. They have done nothing to gain any influence.

Sure, it's absurd, but no more absurd than Mr. Obama receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.  So why bash the teenagers for getting a mention they didn't deserve?  Being rewarded for doing nothing of value runs in the family.  So does putting one's own children down.  Peter Slevin, author of the new Michelle Obama biography, recalled how her parents bought space in the Princeton yearbook for this message in honor of their daughter’s graduation: “We knew you would do this fifteen years ago when we could never make you shut up.” 

As for Michelle's "black girls rock" enthusiasm, this is where the black supremacist's heart really lies.  The radical professor Charles Ogletree, Michelle's mentor, pegged the first lady perfectly when he said, “Michelle always, everything she wrote, the things that she was involved in, the things that she thought about, were in effect reflections on race and gender.”  The media’s focus on racism and the war on women these last seven years is straight out of Michelle’s bitter, rage-filled, far-left black revolutionary idol, Stokely Carmichael’s playbook.

Read more Evans @exzoom.net.