RUSH: The first lady of the United States, who in all of this we are constantly told is the epitome of class. No matter what else, this Regime and the Democrat Party, no matter what kind of murk and muck it’s swimming around in, we are told that Michelle (My Belle) Obama is, what, Mr. Snerdley? Classy, the epitome of class.
Well, the first lady sat down with The Oprah to do a, “Gee, we wish it wasn’t over” interview and actually steps up the war with Trump.
She told The Oprah that Americans have no hope, all hope is lost, all hope is gone now that Trump is only weeks away from the Oval Office. And Michelle (My Belle) Obama suggests that a grown-up should be in charge. It’s audio sound bite number 12. Listen to this.
MICHELLE: Yes, I do, because we feel the difference now.
MICHELLE: See, now we’re feeling what not having hope feels like. You know, hope is necessary. It’s a necessary concept. And Barack didn’t just talk about hope because he thought it was just a nice slogan to get votes.
RUSH: Yes, he did.
MICHELLE: I mean, he and I and so many believe that if you — what else do you have if you don’t have hope?
RUSH: Yourself, for crying out? What do you mean, hope? Don’t get me started. Folks, I am so on edge today, I’ve about had it with these people and everything else going on here. I’ve got to rein in what I actually want to say about this bunch. “If you’ve lost hope, what else –” for the first time in eight years, Mrs. Obama, we have some damn hope! For the first time — I’m sorry, folks. I’m at my wits’ end with these people. Let’s go back and listen to Mrs. Obama February 18th, 2008.