‘Did I Do That?’: Michelle Malkin Likens President Obama to Steve Urkel in ‘FreePAC’ Speech (Updated With Exclusive Blaze Interview)
Michelle Malkin addressed a pumped-up crowd at FreedomWork’s “FreePAC” event Thursday in Dallas, Texas at the American Airlines Center, starting by thanking the audience for taking time off from operating the businesses that they did build.
She also slammed President Obama for what she says is his inability to take accountability for his mishandling of the economy, comparing the commander-in-chief to the “Family Matters” character Steve Urkel.
“Did I do that?” she said, mocking Obama. “Yes you did.”
She was referring to this graphic when she made the comments:
“I know I’m ‘just a blogger,’” she continued. “But I am more excited, more heartened and more inspired than I’ve ever been in my adult lifetime… because it’s one thing to be out there and spread a message and be on the little TV… but it is quite another to see this virgining, beautiful movement.”
She also urged conservatives to vote big government out. “Vote them out,” she proclaimed.
Humorously, when Malkin mentioned Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Fla.), the crowd erupted in boos.
“We don’t need more Republicans who are going to sign onto massive new expansions of the welfare state,” Malkin said. “Go find something else to do.”
Following her speech, Malkin granted TheBlaze an exclusive interview and gave her thoughts on Obama as Steve Urkel and social media. Watch it here:
This story has been updated with additional information.
The Blaze’s Benny Johnson contributed to this report.
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