Is First Lady Michelle Obama too chunky to tout healthy eating to children?
Fox News’ controversial contributor Keith Ablow said FLOTUS should “drop a few” in a heated debate about school lunches he had with a female-dominated panel on Fox’s “Outnumbered” Tuesday.
“How well can she be eating? She needs to drop a few,” Ablow declared, causing a stir among the hosts on this weighty issue.
Shock ensued, “Oh, you did not say that! Oh my goodness. Are we on the seven seconds delay?” host Harris Faulkner asked.
Ablow didn’t hold back despite the women’s attempts to interject on him, “Let’s be honest , I mean there’s no french fries ever, that’s all kale and carrots, I don’t buy it,” he said. An odd sentiment from the man who doesn’t support vegetables in the federal school lunch program.
Complimenting Barack Obama’s svelt physique, Albow said the president is better suited for dishing out nutrition advice, according to the video of the show posted on YouTube.
Albow’s critical comments about the first lady’s weight were quickly countered by Host Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery who complimented Michelle envious “booty.”
Watch the “Outnumbered” commentators weigh in on this heated issue:
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