Former First lady Michelle Obama talks more about President Donald Trump than her own husband lately.
This is because Michelle, like many liberals, suffers from an extreme case of Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS).
While President Trump has battled off the coronavirus like a true warrior over the last week, poor Michelle can’t seem to rid herself of this particularly bad case of TDS, which even she admits has given her “low-grade depression.”
Her condition took a turn for the worse Tuesday morning, where she went on a rant about President Trump’s alleged “racism.”
Here's more on Michelle Obama's most recent mental breakdown via Fox News:
Former first lady Michelle Obama launched a spirited push for former Vice President Joe Biden in a video released Tuesday morning, slamming President Trump’s policies as “racist” and urging voters to vote for Biden “like your lives depend on it.”
In the 24-minute video, released Tuesday by the Biden campaign, Obama made her “closing argument” to Americans clear, saying, “Our country is in chaos because of a president who isn’t up for the job.”
Biden supported Obama’s message, tweeting, “There’s no better person to convey what’s at stake in this election than my friend, Michelle Obama.”
The former first lady said through Trump’s “willful mismanagement” of the coronavirus crisis, more Americans have died than in the Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam and Korean wars combined. She accused the president of endangering American lives, saying that with respect to the crisis, “Our commander in chief, sadly, has been missing in action.”
Obama accused Trump of being “racist” with his treatment of minority groups, and implored Black and Brown voters, young voters and undecided voters who were thinking of sitting out of this election to vote.
Mrs. Obama knows nothing of politics, as she herself admitted.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has more on that:
The former first lady did not hold back in criticizing Mr. Trump, saying that he failed where others succeeded in containing the virus. During the 24-minute video, she also accused the president of telling racist lies “about how minorities will destroy the suburbs” to whip up fear and distract “from his breathtaking failures.”
Young voters of color and others who feel alienated by the political process “cannot afford to withhold our votes or waste them on a protest candidate,” she said.
“Politics has never been my thing,” said Ms. Obama, who has turned down invitations to run for office. But she has been an influential voice in politics, often encouraging young people to vote, and in discussing race in America. She spoke at the Democratic National Convention in August, where she said Mr. Trump had failed to meet the moment during a time of racial reckoning and a deadly pandemic. The COVID-19 death toll in the U.S. has now surpassed 210,000.
Mr. Trump knew COVID-19 was deadly, she said, yet he ignored advice from the country’s top medical experts and failed to secure testing for families and personal protective equipment for health care workers. She noted that more Americans have died from COVID-19 than were killed in the Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam and Korean wars combined.
“Our commander in chief, sadly, has been missing in action. And his willful mismanagement of the COVID crisis is just one example of his negligence,” she said.
She went on to list others: his silence as wildfires raged on the West Coast; his disparagement of peaceful protesters; his dismissive comments about veterans and the war dead.
Samantha Zager, deputy national press secretary for the Trump campaign, called Ms. Obama’s words “baseless attacks.”
Tim Murtaugh, the campaign’s communications director, defended the president’s response to the crisis and claimed Mr. Biden would have handled it worse. The former vice president, he said, “has offered nothing but hyperpartisan, useless criticisms.”
President Trump responded by retweeting this video by James Woods
Many other similar videos have surfaced on Twitter which show Michelle's hypocrisy.
Michelle's husband was one of the worst presidents in the history of the United States.
Maybe she should sit this one out.