‘Double Take’ On Michelle Obama’s Condescending Message To Men

Julia Nista General Assignment Reporter
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Former First Lady Michelle Obama thinks that men are “self-righteous.”

During a speech at an Obama Foundation summit Wednesday, she noticed “a lot of men laughing. Y’all need to go talk to each other about your stuff, because there’s so much of it.” The latest episode of “Double Take” takes issue with her passive-aggressive, hypocritical message to men.


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Then Michelle Obama weighed in. Her condescending message to men at a Wednesday speech was one to be looked down upon.

“I appreciate the way that she at least stated that men are powerful and that they need to be powerful… But she becomes hypocritical by immediately stating afterwards ‘Oh, they are self righteous,'” Nista commented.

Athey responded, “The rest of [the speech] I felt was incredibly condescending, it was belittling.”

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In a world of modern feminism, no one is safe – not even third-wave feminists themselves. Who will survive the next round of “Double Take”? Watch next time to find out!

Julia Nista