“Michelle Obama FOLLOWS PREDECESSORS with foreign travel” Almost all the media used this phrase to describe Mrs. Obama’s latest trip to Europe. Other article headlines started with the PREDECESSORS word; “Following her predecessors, Michelle Obama..” The media wanted to make sure to head off at the pass any Conservative who complained about this trip, weren’t they. They all used this terminology, too…White House meme? Probably.
I don’t begrudge any First Lady a trip to Europe, but I did have to laugh at the way her media (that’d be the liberal American media) presented it this time….just to make SURE nobody can criticize….”the best defense is a good offense”.
And her mother, Mrs. Robinson, actually appears on this trip! She seems to only come out of the White House to travel the world, or have I just missed coverage of her? Kind of surprising that Mrs. Obama would go to England to advise them on educating women, since they were probably the first culture which did. The news says she’d picked a ‘diverse’ school but there are no white Brits at the school. It’s not diverse in the least.
““When I look out at all these young women, I see myself. In so many ways your story is my story,” she told the room full of hijab-wearing girls……The Mulberry School for Girls, where Mrs Obama delivered her patronising ‘Let Girls Learn’ speech, is described in multiple Ofsted school inspection reports as having “nearly all students… of Bangladeshi heritage, with a very small minority from other backgrounds, including White British, Pakistani and African.”
And while the school has been rated as “very good” for a number of years, it has also played host to hard-left conferences sponsored by groups such as ‘War on Want’, which is closely tied to anti-Israel activities in the United Kingdom, the ‘Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’ which has its roots in communist sympathising, and indeed the European Parliament.”
Oh, well…..Bon Voyage. The media’s got your back, Mrs. O. And only a few Conservative media venues (this is from Breitbart) thought your choice of school was odd (or typical)