Michelle Obama Says She’s Suffering From “Low-Grade Depression” – Blames President Trump

The Obamas deserve credit. No, you must give it to them or they will take it away from you! Doubtful? Ask Lois Learner and Obama’s IRS cronies… wink, wink, nudge

With all due respect, I find it difficult to feel sorry for, or even respect, the lady who called herself America’s ‘forever First Lady.’

Add to that her 2008 declaration that ‘“For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my nation…’


To pacify the fact-checkers, here is Newsweek’s context:

Obama made a statement before the Wisconsin primary that Republicans would use against her husband if he wins the Democratic nominee. “I am proud of my nation for the first time in my adult life,” she remarked. “I have and always will be proud of my country,” Cindy McCain told reporters. Michelle and her husband attempted to clarify that she meant she was pleased with the turnout. How could someone who graduated from Princeton and Harvard Legal School and got a position at a high-paying Chicago law firm, a beneficiary of affirmative action, sound so disillusioned with her country?

The comment may have been a slip under the constant campaigning strain. But it may also show a resentment Michelle Obama had as a Princeton senior nearing adulthood. In 1985, she published her thesis on “Princeton-educated Blacks and the Black Community.”

Aside from the sociological jargon concerning “dependent variables,” the thesis expresses some powerful emotional feelings. Despite coming from a black working-class area in Chicago, she says her Princeton experiences have made her more conscious of her “blackness.”

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However liberal and open-minded my White instructors and students attempt to be towards me, I sometimes feel like a guest on campus; as if I don’t belong. No matter how I engage with Whites at Princeton, it frequently looks as though they regard me as Black first, student second.” She goes on to say that even if she assimilates into the white culture after Princeton, she will “never become a complete participant.” ‘

I could go on and on about why I dislike Michelle Obama and her almost limitless sense of entitlement, humility, and gratitude. Instead, let’s look at her latest podcast regarding the Trump Administration.

On her new podcast, Michelle Obama stated she is “dealing with some type of low-grade depression” because of the quarantine, racial tensions, and “seeing this government, watching the dishonesty of it, day in and day out,” Breitbart reported.

“I’m waking up in the middle of the night because I’m worried about something,” Obama remarked. I attempt to get an exercise done, even though I have felt too low at times throughout my confinement. For a week or two, I had to yield to those emotional highs and lows that I assume everyone goes through. “You’re simply not feeling that treadmill right now,” he said.

“It is rare, and it is, you know, a direct effect of simply being out of, out of the body, out of mind,” she said. Spiritually, these are not satisfying times. So, I know I’m suffering from a mild kind of depression. For the quarantine, but also the racial tensions, and simply witnessing this government, its duplicity, day after day, is disheartening.”

“My soul is boosted when I’m well and surrounded by nice people,” Obama stated later in the podcast. Even under quarantine, I reach out to my family and friends.

I battled to keep connected to the people that gave me pleasure, my pals, my spouse, and my kids; it’s the little things. Small rites. It’s not magic for me, but it takes work because you have to admit you’re in a horrible situation to get out. So you have to sit in it for a while to realize, oh oh, I’m off. So now I have to eat better.”

Sniffle, sniffle, you can’t help but pity the woman…