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When Michelle Obama spoke to the Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia this past summer, she talked about women, female role models and her daughters.

The speech was praised as “expertly delivered” by NBC News and the First Lady has been deployed as possibly the best Clinton surrogate on the campaign trail in the final weeks of the election season.

Now, with the furious onslaught of attacks on Republican candidate Donald Trump after an 11-year-old videotape revealed the reality TV star bantering about women with an entertainment show host and using a vulgar word, Mrs. Obama is taking her speeches to a new level by asserting herself as a moral authority for Americans.

Mrs. Obama is extremely popular with Democrat voters and her appearances at rallies actually draw far larger and more enthusiastic crowds than the candidate, Mrs. Clinton, herself, and her comments garner coverage from the media.

So, when Mrs. Obama says Trump’s words, shook her to the core” and didn’t match up to “basic standards of human decency,” Democrat supporters accept her at her word and the mainstream media swoons.

Apparently, Mrs. Obama would have us believe that her household is free from any vulgarities, especially any that might denigrate or debase girls and women.

Yet, this First Lady and her husband are close friends to the First Couple of Rap, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, whose lyrics and performances are hardly the stuff of Disney or G-rated family entertainment.

The First “Mom” – who practiced law in Chicago before moving to the White House, the woman who is shaken to her core by the use of a vulgar, yet common, euphemism has no problem with her daughters listening to lyrics that describe women as “ho’s” and “b****es,” along with graphic descriptions of sex acts to engage in with those women.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé are friends of the family – and big donors – and the president has said that the woman who produced and performed a salute to the Black Panthers at the Super Bowl half-time show is the “could not be a better role model for my girls.”

The rapper, Common, was honored at the White House, with that bastion of decency calling him her favorite, “poet.”

Mrs. Obama, however, is comfortable implying – without any proof – that Donald Trump is a predator.

The Obamas have made it clear, however, that while Mrs. Obama is free to make wild claims about a Republican presidential candidate, turnabout will not be tolerated.

Said principal deputy White House press secretary Eric Schultz by way of warning, “I can’t think of a bolder way for Donald Trump to lose even more standing than he already has than by engaging the first lady of the United States.”

 

 

 

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