Two-Faced, Hypocritical Michelle Obama Mocks “Rich Kids” During Speech


September 10, 2014 6:46am PST

In yet another instance where the Obama’s have shown their two faced nature, Michelle, while speaking with a High School class of underprivileged youth, decided to do what she does best – smack talk those who aren’t there to defend themselves. Amidst her speech intended to be inspiring, she decided to openly mock “rich kids all over the country.”

The words seeped from the lips of the First Lady during a speech she was making at the predominantly black Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta. At one point throughout Michelle’s speech a member of the audience fainted causing quite the stir even prompting the First Lady to stop her spiel and call attention to it.

However, once Michelle was ready to resume, those in the audience could still be heard speaking eventually to the point of her saying, “Do you hear what I’m telling you? Because I’m giving you some insights that a lot of rich kids all over the country — they know this stuff, and I want you to know it, too. Because you have got to go and get your education. You’ve got to.”

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In true “pot calling the kettle black,” form, Michelle went on to lecture then how she made her was to the highly esteemed Princeton University despite a counselor telling her it was beyond her grasp. She then conveyed that if she could make it, than anyone could although they should expects bumps along the road.

Saying that kids must, “rally when you get knocked down along the way,” she went on to eventually conclude, “So if there is anybody telling you that you’re not college material — anyone — I want you to brush them off. Prove them wrong….”

There are a few flaws here that need addressing from the hypocritical mooch, the first being that she was one of these “rich kids” she just got done demonizing. Average kids from ordinary means don’t manage to regularly claw their way into ivy league colleges like Princeton – its takes money and parents with a bit of pull.

Secondly, as everyone knows that education is important, maybe instead of telling everyone to go to college, those in charge should be focusing on ensuring that those who get out of school actually have jobs after graduation. There is an irrefutable truth behind the importance of getting a college education, however, when it comes to graduating and not being able to find a position in order to pay for the loans that have been accrued all because people like Michelle said it was a “must,” what good is that?


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