Women’s liberation, just not *that* kind of liberation
It’s disappointing to see a former First Lady feed Hillary’s electoral loss delusions, but here we are.
A featured speaker at the Inbound 2017 Conference, Michelle Obama railed against the patriarchy and then turned her ire towards women who chose to vote for someone other than Hillary last November.
“Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice,” she told audience members while insisting she and her husband hope Trump is successful.
Evidently unaware of the contradiction, Obama then discussed the need for women to find their own voice, and suggested women have been, “socialized to sit there and be quiet. We think in our heads ‘maybe I’m wrong’. We have to be perfect…Maybe this happened at your dinner table with a father you adored who talked right over you.”
— Amanda (@MandyGasse) September 27, 2017
Hillary has been traipsing around the country on her Great Explanation Tour, blaming everyone except herself for her embarrassing electoral loss. Most recently, she blamed white fathers, husbands, and boyfriends whose overbearing influence on white women led to a poor showing among white woman.
Progressives either don’t understand or are not interesting in understanding the trouble with simultaneously promoting “finding your voice” and then immediately shaming these newfound voices for speaking wrongly.
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