Michelle Obama Attacks All American Museums Because They Are ‘Only For White People’

Michelle Obama is known for her race baiting ways. That was never more apparent than when she made a speech in which she said she was living in a house built by slaves. At a New York City museum she once again pushed her anti-white race narrative.

Obama claimed that museums are made for only white people. Yup, that’s right. She said,

“You see, there are so many kids in this country who look at places like museums and concert halls and other cultural centers and they think to themselves, well, that’s not a place for me, for someone who looks like me, for someone who come from my neighborhood. And growing up on the South Side of Chicago, I was one of those kids myself. So I know that feeling of not belonging in a place like this. And today, as first lady, I know how that feeling limits the horizons of far too many of our young people.”

Her comments are absolutely ridiculous. But not surprising considering the things she has said in the past. She is perpetuating this false narrative that someone minorities are different than white people. With the exception of their skin. They have the same opportunities, the same advantages that anyone else has. Yet Michelle and other liberal progressives try to perpetuate this false agenda that somehow minorities are inherently out of place in our society.

For her it is perfect though. By perpetuating this false narrative she is able to bring more voters and people into the democratic fold to vote for whom she endorses. The more out of place that others feel and the more needy they become the more likely they are to fall for her line of race baiting nonsense. Hopefully people see right through her outrageous and discriminatory comments.

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