Conservative columnist and Fox News contributor Michelle Malkin, like many Americans, were shocked when actor Chris Rock referred to President Barack Obama as "our boss" and the "dad of the country" on Wednesday. In reality, the president of the United States is an elected official who represents the American people -- so they are actually the president's boss.
"That was a bizarre little appearance there," Malkin said. "It looked like a hostage video to me."
She went on: “Maybe it’s dawning on him in some sector of his brain that this is not good for his career…I don't know a dad who wears mom jeans. So America's dad wears mom jeans." Malkin was referring to Obama's fashion sense, which conservatives have sometimes mocked.
Malkin then focused more on celebrities in general who seem to glorify Obama to the point that they may need "therapy."
“More importantly, we have Chris Rock treating Obama as his father. Sandra Fluke treating Obama as her boyfriend, and Jamie Foxx who said during the campaign that Obama was our ‘lord and savior.’ These people need group therapy,” she added.
However, she did commend actor Bruce Willis for shooing some "common sense" on the issue of guns. The "Die Hard" star recently came out against gun control.
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(H/T: Noah Rothman, Mediaite)