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Morning Joe: Michelle O’s Trump-Trashing Speech ‘Wasn’t to Help Hillary Clinton’

Morning Joe: Michelle O’s Trump-Trashing Speech ‘Wasn’t to Help Hillary Clinton’

Grotesque: Bill Clinton Called It ‘The Best Speech of the Campaign’

If it’s up to the liberal media, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta is just going to have to take a back seat: there’s a budding new saint in town, and her name is Michelle Obama. Morning Joe began the canonization process today, beatifying the First Lady for her speech trashing Donald Trump over the stories about his personal behavior that have recently emerged.

All the ongoing glorification of Mrs. Obama on the Morning Joe set was leavened with some unintentional humor from Joe Scarborough, who said of the First Lady’s speech that “there was nothing calculated about it. This wasn’t to help Hillary Clinton.” Right. A speech delivered three weeks before the election. At a Hillary Clinton campaign event. At a podium festooned with a ‘Clinton-Kaine’ banner. But it was strictly “about daughters and mothers and women all across America.” Hand another hanky over, will ya?

The irony is that Morning Joe itself provided the best evidence debunking Scarborough’s claim that Michelle wasn’t trying to help Hillary. Immediately after the opening clip from the First Lady’s speech, the show ran a clip of President Obama saying: “if you want to hear the best case for Hillary Clinton . . . I would advise you to link up to Michelle’s speech earlier today in New Hampshire.”

There’s no question that the First Lady’s delivered her words well. But listening, one thing kept going through this Insurrectionist’s mind: Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton. The most grotesque moment of the segment came when Eugene Robinson reported that Bill Clinton had called it “the best speech of the campaign.” The irony was lost on Pulitzer Prize-winning Robinson of the Washington Post.  And if Scarborough was right, and it wasn’t a campaign speech, why did Bill Clinton call it the best speech of the “campaign?”

MICHELLE OBAMA: It reminds us of stories we’ve heard from our mothers and grandmothers about how back in their day, the boss could say and do whatever he pleased to the women in the office and even though they worked so hard, jumped over every hurdle to prove themselves, it was never enough. We thought all of that was ancient history, didn’t we? And so many have worked for so many years to end this kind of violence and abuse and disrespect, but here we are in 2016, and we’re hearing these exact same things every day on the campaign trail. We are drowning in it.

BARACK OBAMA: If you want to hear the best case for Hillary Clinton, you want to hear the very real stakes in this election, I would advise you to link up to Michelle’s speech from earlier today in New Hampshire.

. . .

JOE: Katty, I was trying to think about any historical precedent to having two of the greatest speakers, political speakers, in America being from the same family because that’s what we saw last night . . . Michelle Obama, what’s so remarkable about Michelle Obama, we hear time and time again she doesn’t like politics. And it is a good thing for the rest of the Democratic party that Michelle Obama does not like politics because it would be, like, okay, everybody move down to the end of the bench. The First Lady is going to be running. She is fantastic.

EUGENE ROBINSON: She — I think visibly was not that wild about this whole political thing at first. But obviously she has warmed to it. Obviously she’s learned to — that was I think Bill Clinton called it the best speech of the campaign. He might be right. It was a great speech.

KAY: She gave that great speech in Philly at the Democratic convention where she really made the case for Hillary Clinton in a way that none of Hillary Clinton’s other surrogates have managed to.

JOE: You know who she made the case for? She made the case for America.


. . .

KATTY KAY: this is a tricky subject. This whole issue of sexual harrassment and abuse. It’s hard. It’s hard to talk about. Hard for men to talk about. It’s hard for women to talk about. But she did it in a way that was articulate and thoughtful and emotional but without being over the top.

ROBINSON: That brought everybody along. She didn’t close any doors along the way. She kind of brought you with her.

KAY: And everyone would have listened to that and said that’s how I feel.

. . .

JOE: You could tell it was coming from her heart and that there was nothing calculated about it. This wasn’t to help Hillary Clinton. This wasn’t to help her husband’s legacy. This wasn’t to promote herself. This was about her daughters, and this was about my daughter. It was about your daughter. It was about daughters and mothers and women all across America.


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If American women are so offended by this kind of language from Trump… who the hell bought 80 million copies of 50 Shades of Gray?

Well, how will she explain to her daughters the CNN film of her Husband showing his erection to the women on a plane? Posing. Flaunting it.

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Here are some language samples that are just fine for Michelle Obama’s girls:

Jay Z

You know I thug em, fuck em, love em, leave em Cause I don’t fuckin’ need em Take em out the hood, keep em lookin’ good But I don’t fuckin’ feed em First time they fuss I’m breezin’ Talkin’ bout, “What’s the reasons?” I’m a pimp in every sense of the word, bitch Better trust than believe em In the cut where I keep em ‘Til I need a nut, ’til I need to beat the guts Then it’s, beep beep and I’m pickin’ em up Let em play with the dick in the truck Many chicks want to put Jigga fist in cuffs Divorce him and split his bucks Just because you got good head, I’m a break bread So you can be livin’ it up? Shit I Parts with nothin’, y’all be frontin’ Me give my heart to a woman? Not for nothin’, never happen I’ll be forever mackin’ Heart cold as assassins, I got no passion I got no patience And I hate waitin’ Hoe get yo’ ass in And let’s ride, check em out now Lyrics from Jay-Z. Who campaigned with Obama in Iowa on the day before the election in 2008.


“I kiss you and you lick your lips/ You like it wet and so do I/ I know you never waste a drip/ I wonder how it feels sometimes”
“Can you lick my Skittles, it’s the sweetest in the middle/ Pink is the flavor, solve the riddle”
“I can’t wait till I get home so you can turn that cherry out/ I want you to turn that cherry out, turn that cherry out”
“Don’t slip off when it drip off on top of you”
“Gimme that daddy-long stroke”

I find it very amusing that people who have encouraged crudity and horrible lifestyles to children suddenly get all virginal.

Years ago the French figured out what to do with an out-of-touch ruling class.

Grotesque? Was that referring to the speech or Michelle’s face?

a person who indulges in hypocrisy.
synonyms: pretender, dissembler, deceiver, liar, pietist, sanctimonious person, plaster saint.

Mooshell obama!

casualobserver | October 14, 2016 at 10:42 am

I’m starting to think we should consider canonizing Joe and Mika. Giving so much weight and attention to their words is bizarre if that is not the goal. Are there any other talkers who get as much routine coverage even though they may have narrow reach and small audiences?

Doesn’t matter if you are a republican or a liberal. Every woman who has ever had to deal with unwanted advances got what Michelle was saying.

    tom swift in reply to Lee Jan. | October 14, 2016 at 11:01 am

    So which party is actually planning to make men illegal?

    If this was a political speech, it must have political object. Otherwise, it’s just some woman whining about something she can’t do anything about, like bad weather or mosquitoes or those deaf guys who put loud mufflers on their motorcycles.

Any parent, M or F, who is concerned about the safety and future of their daughters is not going to vote for the party which is obsessed with packing the US with illegal Mexicans who will shoot their daughters dead while they’re out on a stroll, or Muslims who will throw acid in their faces because they’re dressed “immodestly”.

They won’t tell this to a pollster for fear of being accused of spreading one of today’s Great Evils—an “—ism” or a “—phobia”. But they’ll remember the dangers when they vote.

Humphrey's Executor | October 14, 2016 at 1:10 pm

The isea that female Americans have some sort of interests that are different from male Americans; or that black Americans have different wants or needs from white Americans; is a massive lie.

“But women are concerned with women’s health issues.” And men aren’t? Ask a husband, father, or son if they don’t care about women’s health issues. “But Blacks are concerned about equality.” And whites aren’t? Does anyone think that whites WANT the inner cities to be poverty stricken war zones as opposed to prosperous communities?

Trump is right that improving prosperity for ALL Americans is the best way to promote the interests of women, blacks, Hispanics, etc., etc. For some reason, he just does not articulate it very well in those terms, not as far as I’ve seen so far.

Time for Trump to bring out a list of all the rap stars that Michelle and Barry had “over the [White] house”.

The ones who lyrics continuously talk about assaulting women ( and cops ) degrade women etc.

It’s those singers taht led to a lot of the most cruder aspect of our culture now.

Check this out.
Maybe Ms Ono is on to something here.

I guess moooooochelle forgot this little speech about hateful hitlery not being able to run her own house in reference to slick willy.

Pigs get fed, hogs get slaughtered.

Moochelle has been too well-fed. She’s become a hog.