Former first lady Michelle Obama has something to say to women who voted for President Trump. In fact, she knows you ladies better than you know yourselves.
At a sales and marketing conference called Inbound in Boston on Wednesday, Obama lectured the crowd:
“Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice. What does it mean for us as women that we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, ‘That guy, he’s better for me, his voice is more true to me?’ Well, to me that just says you don’t like your voice. You like the thing you’re told to like.”
That’s strange coming from the same woman who in March of last year was giving women the exact opposite advice:
“I decided not to listen to the voices of those who doubted me. Instead, I decided to listen to my own voice.”
So, ladies, listen to your own voice, unless it tells you something Mrs. Obama disapproves of, then listen to the voice doubting you. Ah, the consistent inconsistencies of the Left.
Obama also didn’t fail to mention the legacy of her husband’s administration, telling the crowd that she wants to remain “constructive” when commenting on the current president, a luxury she said wasn’t afforded to Barack:
“There was a whole party that didn’t do that for my husband, a whole political party that did not, but what we’ve learned is part of our legacy is leading with grace.”
Right, "leading with grace" includes shaming an entire group of women who don't buy into the lie of feminism. Gotcha.
We’re also left wondering: Which voice was Michelle Obama listening to in 2008 when she unloaded on Hillary Clinton, and then, which voice was it she listened to in 2016 when she praised Hillary Clinton? How many voices, exactly, are in the former first lady's head?