Now that she’s no longer bogged down with FLOTUS duties, Michelle Obama can fully devote herself to the sound of her own voice.
As Twitchy told you, last week, she asserted that women who didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton “don’t like [their] own voice. [They] like the thing [they’re] told to like.” And then this past Tuesday, at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, she made this pronouncement:
Michelle Obama: People Don’t Trust Politicians Because Republicans are ‘All Men, All White’https://t.co/lwb6oxfaJM
— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) October 4, 2017
More from the Washington Free Beacon:
“On one side of the room, it’s literally gray and white. Literally, that’s the color palette on one side of the room,” she said.
Obama also suggested that Democrats’ diversity, though not perfect, was better.
“On the other side of the room, there are yellows and blues and whites and greens. Physically, there’s a difference in color, in the tone. Because one side: all men, all white. On the other side: some women, some people of color,” she said.
GOP Sen. Marco Rubio had just one thing to say to that:
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) October 5, 2017
— Jorge Bonilla (@BonillaJL) October 5, 2017
Of course, that’ll never be good enough for Democrats and liberals, who have mastered the art of sliming the GOP for its lack of diversity while simultaneously dismissing Republicans and conservatives of color as tokens and race traitors.
GOP showcases any minorities they have and promote them as spokespeople. But you know you are 98% white men. Look at any group pictures.
— Soso08 (@soso08) October 5, 2017
One black man one Cuban very diverse
— Patricia allen (@Eamon0303) October 5, 2017
You found a pic with the three exceptions. Good for you.
— Michael Licari, Esq. (@MlicariEsq) October 5, 2017
Wow, u picked the 3 ppl in ur party besides doofus HUD man that are of color. If you can't see ur party is lily white, something is wrong.
— Margaret Morneau (@MargaretMorneau) October 5, 2017
No Marco, the phrase is correct. The problem is you are one of those white males that are not trusted.
— Corrie Osborn (@osborncorrie) October 5, 2017
Excellent proof that you once stood 1 person away from a black man. The diversity is stunning.
— Jay (@shakestein) October 5, 2017
Marco pulling the "but I have a black friend" move…
— Denise Levine (@DeeLev12) October 5, 2017
the ultimate "i'm not racist i have minority friends" post lmao
— daisy buchanan ?? (@wwhatgreenlight) October 5, 2017
Pipe down Little Marco. We know what ur fellow GOP think of guys like you. "He's a good one."
— Drew-1 Bad Hombre (@DenverDrew44) October 5, 2017
No, Rubio, you dim bulb. Republican politicians are not all men, all white, but the policies they (and YOU) promote are.
— Nai Mei Yao (@naimeiyao) October 5, 2017
There you go, show a pic with one token woman & one token Afro-American. You know damn well what she meant! Just look at the numbers dummy!
— PhilFlorida (@hccpal) October 5, 2017
Wow, look at Marco and the Tokens.
I loved them back in the day, especially their disco hits.
— Justice (@2ndSon2ndSon) October 5, 2017
Nope, Repubs are all white. You don’t have a say or think for yourself the white majority does it for you. We aren’t morons Marco we see.
— Chi (@ChiHamilton5) October 5, 2017
Do liberals like you see your own bigotry?