Even though the Obamas have bought a $15 million estate sitting oceanfront in Martha's Vineyard, Michelle still finds time to complain that white people are "still running" from communities filled with minorities.
“But unbeknownst to us, we grew up in the period — as I write — called ‘white flight.’ That as families like ours, upstanding families like ours … As we moved in, white folks moved out because they were afraid of what our families represented,” Michelle Obama said while speaking in Chicago at the Obama Foundation Summit.
“And I always stop there when I talk about this out in the world because, you know, I want to remind white folks that y’all were running from us — this family with all the values that you’ve read about. You were running from us. And you’re still running, because we’re no different than the immigrant families that are moving in … the families that are coming from other places to try to do better.”
Check it out:
‘One by one, they packed their bags and they ran from us, and they left communities in shambles’ — Michelle Obama reflected on the pain that white flight caused her family pic.twitter.com/lIJxPzTDZ4
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) October 30, 2019
The Obamas are doing exactly what Michelle Obama is crying about in this interview. How does she not see the level of hypocrisy she has reached?
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Why do Michelle and Barack insist on still trying to appeal to the middle class? They aren't running for office. Barry's political career is over. There's no need to pedal this nonsense that no one believes.
Enjoy your retirement, Michelle and Barack, while surrounded by white people.