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In 2008, Michelle and Barack Obama continually told the nation that his campaign had nothing to do with race. It was lies then which have only been proven to be bold lies over the years and especially recently.

Earlier this week, Michelle Obama made an extremely racist and sexist remark which has drawn the ire of one congresswoman. Obama said that people don’t trust politics because the Republican party is all white and all male, which is an outright lie.

Congresswoman Mia Love is a conservative member of the Republican Party and she is a black American. Speaking to Fox & Friends, Love commented that Michelle Obama obviously has not noticed that she is not white nor is she male.

Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) lambasted Michelle Obama for her charge that people do not trust politics because the GOP is “all men, all white.”

“I don’t know if she noticed, but I am not white and I am not a male,” the Utah congresswoman said on “Fox & Friends” Saturday.

Obama said she noticed the difference particularly when she attended State of the Union addresses and had a view of both sides of the House of Representatives.

“Physically, there’s a difference in color, in the tone. Because one side: all men, all white. On the other side: some women, some people of color,” the former first lady said Tuesday at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women in Philadelphia.

Can you imagine the uproar by the media and Democrats if someone were to say something that outrageous about the Democratic Party? They would publicly be called a racist, a bigot and hater, but because it was Michelle Obama and the mainstream media still treats her as if she is some kind of royalty, none of them will condemn her for her racist and sexist comment.

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