You Can Never Be Too Angry: Michelle Obama to Social Justice Crybullies

From, When They Go Low, We Go High, to, We Start Throwing Molotov Cocktails at Police.

Michelle Obama had a message for graduates in a commencement address. Hate this racist country. And rage against it.

"The truth is, when it comes to all those tidy stories of hard work and self-determination that we like to tell ourselves about America, well, the reality is a lot more complicated than that. Because for too many people in this country, no matter how hard they work, there are structural barriers working against them that just make the road longer and rockier. And sometimes it’s almost impossible to move upward at all."


This is coming from the wife of a guy who spent less than a term in the Senate before getting the top job in the country despite his complete unfitness for it. Obama took the place of a Vietnam War POW who had spent his life working the job. The reality is more complicated.

Some people get special privileges because of identity politics. Others get shut out.

Because if you’re required to work during a pandemic, but don’t have enough protective equipment or health insurance from your employer, or paid sick leave, what is more essential: your work or your life?

Maybe your husband shouldn't have emptied out the PPE stockpile while failing to restock it? But no, it's not Obama's fault. It's society's fault.

If you don’t feel safe driving your own car in your own neighborhood, or going for a jog, or buying some candy at 7/11, or bird-watching — if you can’t even approach the police without fearing for your life — well, how do you begin to chart your own course?

If you can't even feel safe calling the police after someone threatens your dog without losing your job and your entire way of life... and if you can't call the police when your store is being set on fire... well, how do you begin to chart your own course?

I know that you can climb a long way up the ladder selling falsehoods and blaming others for your own shortcomings,

Yes, Michelle knows that one really well. It's her entire dishonest privileged life.

Don’t ever, ever let anyone tell you that you’re too angry

There's no such thing as being too angry or hateful. If you're a leftist.


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