Poor poor Michelle Obama. Today she isn't complaining about being a victim of racism. No, today has her complaining about being a victim of sexism.

Queen Michelle is telling us that she has had to endure unwanted attention of a sexual manner from men in her past. Knowing Michelle's history for not being so honest we have a hard time believing this one.

More from Daily Caller:

First Lady Michelle Obama has been the victim of sexism, she said Wednesday, because men used to whistle at her while she walked down the street.

“As I got older, I found that men would whistle at me or make comments about how I looked as I walked down the street as if my body were their property, as if I were an object to be commented on instead of a full human being with thoughts and feelings of my own,” Obama said during a speech at the “Let Girls Learn” initiative in Argentina.

Obama, who launched “Let Girls Learn” last year, traveled to Argentina with President Obama and their daughters after visiting Cuba earlier this week.

Obama said that as a girl, she was bombarded by messages that taught her that “my voice was somehow less important; that how my body looked was more important than how my mind worked; that being strong and powerful and outspoken just wasn’t appropriate or attractive for a girl.”

She also recalled “teachers who didn’t think that I was smart enough, and would call on the boys in class instead of the girls, even though the girls had better grades.”

This isn't the first time Michelle has made up some sort of hardship. In the past she said she had been racially discriminated against when another woman, who was shorter in stature, ask her to help get something off a tall shelf at a Target store. Michelle called this racism. The woman asked her to help her just because she is black according to Michelle. Not because Queen Michelle could actual help another shopper out and is taller. Michelle is 5' 11" for the record.

“During that wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf,” Michelle said. “Because she didn’t see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone who could help her. Those kinds of things happen in life. So it isn’t anything new.”

But just a few years before that on the Letterman show Michelle told him that about the incident at Target and it made her feel good because she was taller, “I felt so good,” she said.

Check out Moochie below:



Facebook Comment
JOIN U.S. HERALD Subscribe for FREE today and find out what's REALLY happening in America!

Send this to a friend