Malia SHOCKS With Announcement About Her Sick New Career That NOBODY Saw Coming

Malia Obama should be going to Harvard after she got accepted into the ivy league school, but opted for a “gap year” instead to do whatever she wants and seemingly not take life so seriously. In between jet-setting around and late night partying, she decided on a new career path she wants to take which must make Barack and Michelle very proud.

After the former First Family set off another lengthy vacation to celebrate the end of Obama’s 8-year-error, their eldest daughter decided to go her own way. She was spotted doing what she’s become known for recently, palling around with friends and paparazzi and living the high life. This time, she was seen at the Sundance Film festival in Park City, Utah where the entitled princess was cashing in on nepotism with an internship with a top movie producer — despite that not being the apparent path she wants to take now.

Although she’s done nothing but be born to a presidential father, Malia was praised by actresses in the ski town who went as fan girl on her as Michelle Obama does on rap stars — but for even sicker reason. Just as Trump was taking the cap off of his pen to sign executive orders to get work started on the Keystone and Dakota pipelines, Malia defied our new president by taking a detour from her vacation and internship to make a big political statement.

Following in her liberal parent’s footsteps, the 18-year-old was spotted protesting the Dakota pipeline — not because she cares about the environment or the pipeline, but because she thinks it’s cool to be a lefty and make stupid statements she knows nothing about. Her sole purpose in life is to be a celebrity since her mom raised her as one on the taxpayer’s dime and partied like a rockstar herself. Now she’s making her parents proud by flipping off her father’s replacement while the American worker foots the bill for her travels.

Amanda Shea is a political aficionado and curator of current events, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. She brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. She writes with unfiltered truth, mixed with wit where it’s appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn’t be censored.

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