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What I do not get about Michelle Obama is that she thinks that somehow her opinion matters at the end of the day.

Let me clarify. Every opinion matters to some point, but she thinks that somehow her opinion matters more than mine or yours. It is pretty sickening the way she acts like she still is in the White House.

What she needs to do is go home and just be quiet.

She certainly isn’t helping, and she is only making things worse.

Michelle Obama is being hailed as “the savior” of the Democratic Party after Monday night’s speech at their virtual convention. The former first lady was quick to bring up “kids in cages.” Americans “watch in horror as children are torn from their families and thrown into cages,” she said, reviving a claim that produces a strong emotional reaction among left-leaning voters. Well, that’s when she got utterly destroyed. You’ll love this.

It’s probably one of the biggest misconceptions out there. This notion that President Donald Trump is such a racist, is such a bigot who hates brown people, that he made sure kids at the border were “put in cages.”

Democrat voters constantly point to this wild accusation as proof Trump is just like “Adolf Hitler.” It’s a huge talking point that the DNC brain trust knew must be reiterated at the convention. And who better than the Democrat queen herself, Michelle Obama, to recite that false claim once again.

“They see our leaders labeling fellow citizens enemies of the state while emboldening torch-bearing white supremacists,” Michelle claimed. “They watch in horror as children are torn from their families and thrown into cages, and pepper spray and rubber bullets are used on peaceful protestors for a photo-op.”

Those are three huge lies the Democrats love to cite, and Michelle brought them up in one sentence.

Here are the facts.

President Trump repeatedly condemned the neo-Nazis in Charlottesville in August 2017 — “totally.”

Moreover, the neo-Nazis were not the only violent group in Charlottesville. The “clash” was not with those “standing against” hate peacefully, but with violent, black-clad Antifa extremists.

As to “very fine people,” Trump had been referring to peaceful protests both for and against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

Trump made it clear, if you read the entire context, that he condemns neo-Nazi white supremacists, but he also wanted to convey there were other protesters there who were only there to peacefully protest the taking done of the monuments and had nothing to do with the white supremacists.

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