Peddling black stereotypes and pandering to black voters go hand in hand when you’re pushing the Democrat cause.
First lady Michelle Obama did both on Monday in an interview with TVOne’s “NewsOne Now,” telling host Roland Martin that black people should vote Democrat no matter who is on the ticket.
TVOne targets black viewers, with a website that says it“represents a connection to the authentic, rich, and diverse experience of African American life, history, and culture.”
Essentially, the first lady told Martin that blacks cannot and should not think for themselves and instead be mindless Democrat zombies.
“That’s my message to voters. This isn’t about Barack, it’s not about the person on the ballot, it’s about you,” Obama said. “And for most of the people that we’re talking to, a Democratic ticket is the clear ticket that we should be voting on, regardless of who said what or did this. That shouldn’t even come into the equation.”
The scary part is that isn’t the worst of what she said. Her highness gave permission to “her people” to treat themselves after they follow her orders and mindlessly cast their vote.
(Transcript courtesy Gateway Pundit.)
Martin: So can we, if we go out to the polls, can we say, we have ‘souls to the polls’ on Sunday, can we do ‘soul food after we vote’?
Obama: Absolutely, I give everyone full permission to eat some fried chicken after they vote only after—if you haven’t voted…(laughter.)
Martin: Just checking!
Obama: You make a good point because I am, I do talk about health. But I think that a good victory for Democrats on Tuesday, you know, should be rewarded with some fried chicken.
Imagine a scenario where Sarah Palin, Mitch McConnell, Ted Cruz or John Boehner said that. There would be a frenzy on every news program in the nation. It’s the Democrat double standard at work again.
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