Michelle Obama Makes DESPICABLE Announcement – She Has No Shame

Michelle Obama has been putting her foot in her mouth every time she opens it lately. Conservatives and liberals alike are wondering just what her agenda could be. Her first absurd statement was that any woman who did not vote for Hillary Clinton, did not vote for their voice.

Then, she stated that the GOP is “all men, all white.” Representative Mia Love, the first African American female Congresswoman from Utah publicly chastised the former First Lady on live television for those comments.

Now, Michelle is “standing by her man.” The man being the disgusting sexually harassing Harvey Weinstein, that is.

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Young Emma Watson being grabbed by Harvey Weinstein

Weinstein is a famous power-house in Hollywood, whose brother recently revealed the repulsive details of his decades long predication to being a predator and sexual harasser of young woman. Many in Hollywood knew of Weinstein’s behavior, but considered it to be an “open-secret.”

In a video from 2013, Michelle praised Weinstein, calling him a “wonderful human being” and a “good friend.” Scarier than the Obama’s poor judge in character, is that they sent their young daughter, Malia, to intern for Weinstein during her gap year.

Michelle said, “I want to start by thanking Harvey Weinstein for organizing this amazing day. This is possible because of Harvey. He is a wonderful human being, a good friend and just a powerhouse.”

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Weinstein has maintained a close relationship with the Obamas, visiting them in the White House 13 times in four years.

Even though Michelle might think Weinstein is a wonderful person, others around him are heading for the hills. High-profile lawyer Lisa Bloom as resigned from advising Harvey Weinstein, and announced it on Twitter Saturday afternoon.

The New York Times published a story Thursday about the allegations against Weinstein, and he is finally being held responsible for years of sexual misconduct.