On Jimmy Fallon’s new show, the first lady said:
“A lot of young people think they’re invincible, but the truth is young people are knuckleheads,” she laughed, pointing out that they often cut themselves while cooking or injure themselves by dancing on bar stools.
Isn’t that nice? It’s not the first time she’s used the term. In 2012 she told supporters:
“Talk to everyone you know — your friends, your neighbors, that cousin you haven’t seen in a while, that student sitting next to you in class. You know he’s kind of a knucklehead,” she said. “You know the one.”
“Tap him on the shoulder. Be nice. Don’t call him a knucklehead. Not to his face. You just want to encourage him to get to the polls,” she added.
In August, we reported that the First Lady used the same language when talking about undecided voters.
Yesterday, she insulted mothers:
“So there you stood, alone in some aisle in a store, the clock ticking away at the precious little time remaining to complete your weekly grocery shopping, and all you could do was scratch your head, confused and bewildered, and wonder, is there too much sugar in this product? …unless you had a thesaurus, a calculator, a microscope, or a degree in nutrition, you were out of luck. So you felt defeated, and you just gave up and went back to buying the same stuff you always buy.”
What a surprise she’s so catty when she looks so sweet:
And doesn’t Hillary seem nice:
She’s been overheard saying:
“Where is the G*ddamn f*cking flag? I want the G*ddamn f*cking flag up every f*cking morning at f*cking sunrise.”– Hillary Clinton speaking to the staff at the Arkansas Governor’s mansion on Labor Day 1991
“I want to get this sh*t over with and get these damn people out of here!”– Hillary Clinton overheard on the Governor’s Mansion intercom as preschoolers posed on the Mansion lawn for a photograph
“G*ddamn L. D., did you see that family right out of Deliverance? Get me the hell out of here!”– Hillary Clinton speaking to L. D. Brown, her bodyguard, while at the Arkansas county fair in the early 1980’s regarding a family in bib overalls and cotton dresses
On the other hand, maybe she’s human after all:
“You know, I’m going to start thanking the woman who cleans the restroom in the building I work in. I’m going to start thinking of her as a human being.”
— Hillary Clinton in a speech weeks before she had the White House Travel Office Employees fired
That’s nice, isn’t it? She was going to start thinking of the rest of us, or at least one of us, as human beings. Guess it didn’t work out for her. Regarding White House elevator operator, Harold W. Hancock, Hillary was quoted in The New York Times as saying, “[Hancock] always cheered me up, because he was always so upbeat and positive and nice.” However:
White House staff members were shocked by Hillary’s statement, knowing that Hancock said Hillary would barely recognize him though she met him almost every day she was in the White House.
As for Michelle, from American Thinker:
The University of Chicago Medical Center has received a good deal of justly opprobrious press over its policy of “redirecting” low-income patients to community hospitals while reserving its own beds for well-heeled patients requiring highly profitable procedures.
Oddly absent from most of the unflattering press coverage of UCMC’s patient-dumping scheme is any mention of the role our new First Lady played in devising the program. A laudable exception has been the Chicago Sun-Times, which reported last August that “Michelle Obama — currently on unpaid leave from her $317,000-a-year job as a vice president of the prestigious hospital — helped create the program.”
The program was so successful in getting rid of unwanted patients that she expanded it, gave it a new name, and hired none other than David Axelrod to sell the program to the public. According to the Sun-Times, “Obama’s wife and Valerie Jarrett, an Obama friend and adviser who chairs the medical center’s board, backed the Axelrod firm’s hiring.” Axelrod helped the future First Lady formulate a public relations campaign in which the “Urban Health Initiative” was represented as a boon to the community actuated by the purest of altruistic motives.
The resultant PR campaign was a study in Orwellian audacity. Chicago’s inner city residents soon began hearing that UCMC’s patient dumping program would “dramatically improve health care for thousands of South Side residents” and that the medical center was generously willing to provide “a ride on a shuttle bus to other centers.”
It’s no wonder they think we’re stupid. They know what they are, while the majority of us not only can’t see it but are foolish enough to elect them and let them get away with everything. Read the writings of the global elite and you’ll find they’re as horrible as Michelle and Hillary.
I’m beginning to think David Icke’s lizard theory may not be so far-fetched.