The always entertaining Michelle Malkin held back no punches on Steven Crowder’s Louder with Crowder as they discussed Jeb Bush’s 2016 presidential bid and Michelle Obama’s now debunked “racist” Target incident.
Malkin discussed how the establishment Republicans will use Jeb’s tenure as Florida’s governor to paint him as a conservative but with his stance on education (think Common Core) and immigration he is nothing more than a big-government/big-business RINO. She commented:
I am not a fan, I’ve not been a fan of Jeb Bush for a long, long time… On the issues of education and immigration, he finds himself in the same camp as many big-government and big business progressives. He is FOR Common Core and he is squarely and unapologetically for some kind of mass legalization for millions of illegal aliens. He is also in support of massive expansions for temporary visas for H1B holders and I have to question the wisdom and lack of principle in supporting these policies that are not good for American parents, not good for students and not good for the current generation of American workers.
Malkin then took on Michelle Obama’s “racist Target,” calling out the the First Lady as a massive hypocrite who “has a pension for spinning these tales of racial oppression for political gain.” She continued:
This whole episode is ridiculous on its face and offensive when you scratch the surface. She talked about this very same “infamous” incident years ago in 2012 when she supposedly went “incognito” to be among the regular moms at Target where some shopper asked her to reach the detergent high on the shelf and all of a sudden this story has morphed into an example of her being an oppressed martyr and symbol of racial discrimination, although when she first recounted the story on the David Letterman show shortly after the Target visit… she related the same anecdote as just a nice little example of how she could be among the people… What happened here? … She has a pension for spinning these tales of racial oppression for political gain, and she’s been doing it since she was at Princeton University.