Word on the street is that Michelle Obama may be considering a run for the Democratic nomination. Her party is shambolic, her husband's legacy all but erased, and darn it, the U.S. isn't quietly bombing the Middle East on a daily basis anymore. This is all bad news for desperate Dems and globalists. Moreover, the one-world project authored by the "party of Davos" is embrittled after suffering a series of losses.
Patriots in all countries--those who believe in national sovereignty--are waking up, clearing their heads, and naming the problem. It isn't so easy to tar them as "racists" and "xenophobes" for their shared desire to protect the culture bequeathed to them by generations of ancestors. Leftist rhetoric has worn thin from overuse and misapplication. They are failing.
Paging Obama...any Obama, please respond...
The DNC is fresh out of ideas. Joe Biden is neck deep in scandal and the fog of senility. Bernie Sanders would turn 80 during his second year in office, and his heart is cause for concern. Michael Bloomberg will attempt to buy the nomination, but such avarice is easily assailed. Elizabeth Warren just doubled down in favor of reparations in a naked grab at the black voters she struggles to attract. She has a plan to pay for that! But like Mike Tyson said, "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth."
...any Obama, come in Obama!
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama was recently voted the "most admired woman in the world," supplanting serial adopter Angelina Jolie. As Tucker Carlson pointed out last night on FOX, her new book release has been delayed to coincide with the Democratic National Convention. Curious!
Here's the thing no one else will say: Michelle Obama isn't qualified to do the job. I'm not being a bully, or a racist, or anti-woman, I'm really not. The truth is, no one can make a solid case for her candidacy on the merits. It's all feels, and that doesn't cut it for what is inarguably one of (perhaps the most) important jobs in the world.
So: what does she bring to the party? In short, Obama was a lawyer, a City Hall staffer, a university administrator, and she has managed non-profits.
The lawyer part: she was an associate at Sidley Austin (where she met Barack) for three years. She worked in marketing and intellectual property law. Next, she toiled as an assistant to corrupt Chicago Mayor Richard Daley for two years, then managed a Soros-funded social justice non-profit, "Public Allies," for four years. In 1996, she she was the Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago, i.e., pushing paper on projects like student groups, campus events, diversity and inclusion, applications, and career guidance. In 2002, she took on a role as director of community affairs for the University of Chicago Hospitals.
Translation: she's a bureaucrat with a law degree.
As First Lady, Obama's signature program was Let's Move!, an initiative to address childhood obesity and promote healthy eating habits.
One appreciates that she focused on raising two bright and beautiful daughters under the klieg lights of international fame. They seem to have turned out okay, and that is a deep and serious credit to their mother. That said, she hasn't had a paying job in eleven years. The role of First Lady contains a wealth of subtle knowledge, a multitude of manners. But it is not a finishing school for the Oval Office.
This will be the first in a series of articles addressing the potential candidacy of Michelle Obama. Tomorrow: Michelle Obama Vs. The Field.
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