Melania’s Convention Speech HIGHLIGHTED This MASSIVE Difference From Race-Baiting Michelle…
Where does one even begin to reference the differences between these two woman? Obviously I will not attempt to point out the overwhelming differences in appearance, in that few women can compare with Melania’s Trump classic timeless beauty.
However beneath that beauty we witnessed a strong woman who truly loves America, and that’s perhaps the stark contrast between Michelle Obama and Melania Trump
The Slovenian born wife of Donald Trump spoke of her love for her adopted country, rather than Michelle’s comments at almost the exact pivotal point within their introduction to the American public in which Michelle in 2008 acknowledged; “Let me tell you something. For the first time in my adult life, I am really proud of my country.”
And how can we forget this little ditty; “I wake up in a house that was built by slaves.”
What seems obvious is that Michelle Obama has a deep seeded and personal animosity towards America that she apparently can’t seem to let go, as where Melania Trump’s personal experience in seeking out America’s principles are self-evident as she proudly became an American citizen on July 28th, 2006, long before any ambitions by “The Donald” in seeking the presidency.
And that’s perhaps why the mainstream media along with the progressive political class are attempting to change once again the narrative by focusing on a few similarities within the speech to Michelle’s, by attempting to ignore the overall tone and Melania’s impressive delivery, that she truly loves America.
However accusing someone of ripping off someone else’s speech can actually work both ways, if one is inclined to play that game, for example Michelle’s speech in 2008, sounds eerily familiar to that of radical activist Saul Alinsky’s;
“The standards of judgment must be rooted in the whys and wherefores of life as it is lived” while Michelle Obama said; “And Barack stood up that day, and he spoke words that have stayed with me ever since. He talked about ‘the world as it is‘ and ‘the world as it should be.'” (with me ever since. He talked about ‘the world as it is‘and ‘the world as it should be.'”
Do you think Melania will be a stronger First Lady who can support unity instead of division like Michelle Obama?
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