Sunday, April 14, 2024

Michelle Obama Claims She Saved Racist U.S. from Trauma of Black Woman’s Braided Hair

‘Nope, they’re not ready for it...’

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) On tour to sell a new book, former First Lady Michelle Obama proclaimed that she saved America from the stress and trauma of having a black woman in the White House who wore her hair in braids because, from her leftist race-obsessed perspective, she didn’t think white people could handle it.

Obama said that Americans “weren’t ready” for her natural hair while her husband was president, according to The Guardian.

Confessing the she would have preferred to wear her hair in braids, Obama said she decided to straighten it because the racist American people were “just getting adjusted” to having a “black first family.”

“Nope, they’re not ready for it,” she said about the American public.

“Remember when she wore braids? Those are terrorist braids! Those are revolutionary braids!” Obama claimed her bigoted critics would have accused.

Obama’s reveal was made during an event Tuesday at Warner Theatre in Washington D.C., while she was promoting her new book, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times, with the former talkshow host Ellen DeGeneres.

Obama said she fretted that her natural hair would have been used as a distraction and politicized. Because of that, Obama decided to straighten her hair so that the administration could focus on destroying the United States rather than answer so-called racist questions about her hair.

“Let me keep my hair straight. Let’s get healthcare passed,” Obama recalled thinking.

In addition to giving up her preferred hairstyle to save healthcare, the pampered, elitist millionaire said her decision was also made to avoid the type of negative press former President Barack Obama received for his fashion decisions.

“They tripped out when Barack wore a tan suit,” she said. “The great indignity, the scandal of the Obama administration.”

Obama continued her search for racism in a place that doesn’t exist. She said that one of the problems black women face in the workplace is their natural hairstyles because those hairstyles can be criticized as less professional, even if it may be easier to wear hair this way.

“We deal with it – the whole thing about, ‘Do you show up with your natural hair?’” Obama said.

“That’s the African American experience … but women in offices that are worried, ‘Should I wear skirts? Should I wear pantyhose?’ I hate pantyhose.”

In March, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Crown Act that prohibits discrimination based on hairstyles. The Senate, on the other hand, has not passed the measure.

Local government officials also passed similar versions of the law, including Miami Beach, which passed a ban on hair discrimination this October.

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