The Obamas are at it again – “it” being hypocrisy.
But first, a brief recap of the events that led up to this flagrant display of bigotry.
As many know, on June 29, the Supreme Court overturned affirmative action, thus making race no longer a factor in college admissions.
The Obamas, as might be expected, vehemently opposed this ruling, claiming that already oppressed black communities would suffer even more from the systemic racism that pervades the country.
After the ruling, Michelle Obama tweeted a rather contradictory
, where she openly admits that as a college student, she was
she might be seen as a beneficiary of affirmative action.
Why worry if it’s such a good thing?
In this statement, she also says, “Today is a reminder that we’ve got to do the work not just to enact policies that reflect our values of equity and fairness, but to truly make those values real in all of our schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods.”
“But for generations of students who had been systematically excluded from most of America’s key institutions — it gave us the chance to show we more than deserved a seat at the table. In the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent decision, it’s time to redouble our efforts.”
These responses aren’t surprising in the slightest.
But what many don’t know is that they were making these statements – statements about black oppression – while they were on their yacht in the Greek Islands.
On July 2, Charlie Kirk tweeted:
Truthfully, however, none of us should be shocked by this, given that the former president also owns an
$11.75 million mansion
in Martha’s Vineyard.
“This guy who now is worth hundreds of millions of dollars,” who owns “a 30-acre estate on the water in Martha’s Vineyard,” is “tweeting about oppression [of] black people on the yacht?” Rubin asks in utter disbelief.
Oh, and another fun fact – the Obamas were on that yacht with Tom Hanks.
Such a hard life, isn’t it?
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