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Former first lady Michelle Obama’s recent behavior has some speculating that she’s either eye a job as a TV talk show host, eyeing an Emmy or eyeing trying to replace the one and only Oprah Winfrey.
This week she made an appearance on “The Rachael Ray Show,” a syndicated cooking show starring celebrity cook Rachael Ray.
“While discussing Rachael’s new book, This Must Be The Place, Former First Lady Michelle Obama and Rach bond over the outpouring of support they both received when they lost their beloved dogs, Bo and Isaboo, during the pandemic,” a synopsis of the episode reads.
“She also tells Rach that as part of the release of her Netflix show, ‘Waffles and Mochi,’ she’s working with the Partnership for a Healthier America to address food insecurity and to provide over a MILLION meals to families in need, through the Pass the Love campaign,” the synopsis continues.
Watch the episode below:
Reports also emerged this week that she will soon appear as herself on an episode early next month of “Black-ish,” a sitcom on ABC notorious for its black identity politics and Democrat Party propaganda.
“Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) forces Dre (Anthony Anderson) to attend a fundraiser for When We All Vote so they can ‘make some new couple friends’ and ‘do their part in increasing participation in each and every election,'” a synopsis of the episode published by ABC News reads.
“Obama is the special guest at the event and she accepts an invitation for dinner at their home. Cue the usual Johnson family hijinks,” the synopsis continues.
The show centers around the eccentric Johnson family and the usually race-based issues that apparently plague their lives.
The episode is set to air Jan. 4th.
See a trailer below:
History is in the making! ✨ The iconic @MichelleObama will be guest starring on the premiere episode of #blackish‘s Farewell Season! Don’t miss it Tuesday, Jan 4 on ABC and Stream on Hulu. pic.twitter.com/4xMhezbelP
— black-ish (@blackishabc) December 14, 2021
Now fast-forward to Friday evening, when Fox News’ Raymond Arroyo offered his unique take on Obama’s new primetime limelight.
“Another Democratic ghost of Christmas past has arisen in prime time. That’s right, for the new season finale of ‘Black-ish,’ that great comedian Michelle Obama is a guest star. They’ve released some pics of the appearance,” he said on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”
“I think I know why this is taking place. Remember, Stacey Abrams got an Emmy nod for just doing a little voice-over on ‘Black-ish,’ so I think Michelle’s trying to get her due here,” he added.
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate and conspiracy theorist Stacey Abrams received an Emmy this past summer for the brief role she played in a “Black-ish” episode that aired before the 2020 election.
The episode centered on the Democrat Party’s talking points about how America is a racist nation whose election system is corrupted by so-called voter suppression.
Below is a clip from the episode (Abrams isn’t in this particular clip):
Arroyo then moved on to talking about Obama’s appearance on Ray’s show.
“Michelle Obama showed up on ‘Rachael Ray’ this week looking very much like a daytime talk show host. … She’s clearly Oprah in waiting,” he said.
“Oprah better be watching out. You know, didn’t they have falling out at one time?” host Laura Ingraham replied.
“They did,” Arroyo replied.
“And now maybe we know why,” Ingraham said.
“‘Get out of the way sweetheart,'” she added, emulating either Obama or Winfrey.
“She’s definitely slipped into the chair,” Arroyo added before moving on to something else.
The beef between Obama and Winfrey has never actually been proven — it’s only been alleged, namely by author Ed Klein, who used to work as an editor at Newsweek and the editor-in-chief at The New York Times Magazine.
Back in 2012, he released a book, “The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House,” documenting alleged never-before-told stories about the real happenings in the Obama White House.
As reported at the time by Washington, D.C. Urban Gospel radio station WPRS, the book reported that Obama and Winfrey “have allegedly had some ugly confrontations before and after Barack Obama was elected president.”
“Reportedly, Mrs. Obama has accused Oprah of using the White House to her own advantage in order to hike up her TV ratings. Both women are also being accused of raking each other over the coals to close associates. As Barack Obama’s inauguration drew near, Oprah’s calls to Michelle allegedly went unreturned. According to the book’s author, Oprah felt as if she had been kicked to the curb,” according to WPRS.
“Mrs. Obama has also allegedly talked about the burgeoning weight of the woman whose endorsement netted her husband 1,015,559 votes and decided the primary election while Oprah has reportedly referred to the First Lady as someone who hates fat people. On another alleged occasion, Oprah invited Mrs. Obama to discus,” WPRS’s report on Klein’s stunning book continues.
Klein has since published several additional books, including one about “the plot to destroy Trump.”
— Edward Klein (@Ed_Klein) October 13, 2017
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