Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Is Michelle Obama Positioning Herself for a 2024 Run?

'The main difference from Becoming is that now Michelle paints herself as even more of a victim throughout her life... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Though she has long denied such interests, many are speculating that former first lady and fake health food activist Michelle Obama is planning to run for president in 2024.

Speculations abound in the midst of her upcoming release of her second book, The Light We Carry. Obama previously signed her name to the book Becoming.

According to American Thinker, the upcoming work will function as a revisionist history of the sort that politicians often publish as they create the myths needed for a presidential run.

“The Light We Carry is an all-autobiographical 10-chapter book, recounting stories chronologically from Michelle’s childhood through the White House years. The main difference from Becoming is that now Michelle paints herself as even more of a victim throughout her life. Along the way, she suggests a few life lessons based on her experiences in life, real and imagined.”

Because of its focus on Michelle Obama’s victimhood, the book will more than ever appeal to minorities and women, who have been told for decades that unjust systems oppress them in America.

The story will include accounts–partially real and partially fictitious–of Obama’s childhood in Chicago, her time at the elite Ivy League school, Princeton, and her sadness when President Donald Trump was elected in 2016.

In an interview promoting the upcoming book, Michelle Obama noted that many people often approach her as a source of political authority.

“How do we get out of this mess?” many people apparently ask her, alluding to Trump and his voters, which make up approximately half of the nation.

There are other reasons to believe that Michelle Obama at least has not ruled out a potential 2024 run.

Obama, for example, took a series of potshots at President Joe Biden leading up to the recent midterm elections.

More recently, she also refused to endorse Biden in a potential 2024 run.

“I think he’s doing a great job. This is a hard job,” Obama said. “I think that he’s doing the best he can under some tough circumstances.”

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