In Beijing, China, Michelle Obama spoke about the importance of governments recognizing freedom of speech, religion and Internet:
— Mashable (@mashable) March 22, 2014
Tweeters noticed a hint of irony, considering FLOTUS’ husband’s administration is doing legal battle with nuns over Obamacare’s contraception mandate along with the IRS admitted targeting conservative groups as well as NSA surveillance practices:
@mashable *IRONY KLAXON*
— Dr Silas PhD (@silasthehobbit) March 22, 2014
@DRUDGE_REPORT Be nice to see her husband endorse those freedoms here, rather than fighting them tooth & nail/ IRS/DOJ/every chance he gets!
— LM (@TX_Reaganista) March 22, 2014
— LeRoy Curtis (@zeroshenanigans) March 22, 2014
Michelle Obama gave a speech to students saying internet freedom is a universal right. Might want to tell that to your husband, ma'am.
— Josh Decker (@joshdecker97) March 22, 2014
So far there have been no reports that FLOTUS has encouraged China to ban “bossy,” but her visit isn’t over yet.