#MeToo Campaign: How Did Michelle Obama Suffer From Whistles Of Lovesick Men Struck By Her Beauty?
The new #MeToo hashtag campaign (which couldn’t of course POSSIBLY have anything to do with the Deep State powers-that-be trying to distract from the fact that Harvey Weinstein was a DEMOCRAT MEGA-DONOR and that Hollywood is overwhelmingly Democrat) has certainly provided some curious surprises.
For example, this tweet really doesn’t require a whole lot of context:
— Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) October 16, 2017
And this one (initiated, to be fair, by someone now claiming to have been fired by ESPN for being a conservative) provided some inadvertent hilariousness:
You were caught on camera berating a parking attendant with "lose some weight, baby girl."
Do you have ANY self-awareness you nitwit
— Sam HawkBadger (@hwkbgr) October 17, 2017
But perhaps most striking is the recollection of Michelle Obama about what she (supposedly) had to endure in terms of “catcalls”, “wolf whistles”, etc.
A perfect example of someone whose senses prevented him from being anything other than smitten by the physical beauty of Michelle Obama is Stevie Wonder:
In terms of what Michelle Obama had to endure, The Daily Wire pointed out the following in March 2016:
Mrs. Obama went-full-on down-with-The-Patriarchy as she complained that men would comment, or even “whistle” at her due to her appealing looks. The First Lady dramatically spiraled: “[A]s if my body were their property, as if I were an object to be commented on instead of a full human being with thoughts and feelings of my own.”
Rush Limbaugh commented on that situation:
For what it’s worth, the ridiculousness of the #MeToo campaign was discussed during an interview of Shad Olson on the Tuesday, October 17 edition of “Backlash” on Shark Nation Radio: