Women period get things done when needed. Why do you always bring color divide into your conversation? But, as you can see it is: Divide, divide, divide and concur. Saul Alinsky’s rules for radicals. Both Obamas are following it.
The former First Lady Michelle Obama has teamed up with Black Entertainment Television to film a PSA calling on women of color to vote.
Even though she left the woman of color behind for 8 years, she now wants them to get in line. In the one-minute video, Michelle Obama speaks about “the power and importance of casting our votes and making our voices heard” while reminding voters of the “consequences” when they don’t vote.
“We’ve all seen the difference we can make when we choose to cast our ballots and we’ve seen the consequences when we don’t bother to show up to the polls,” she says in the video.
She also says: “Women of color know how to get things done for our families, our communities, and our country. When we use our voices, people listen. When we lead, people follow.”
.@MichelleObama has a special message from #BlackGirlsRock for women of color: Help your sisters, children, and congregations get registered and ready to vote! Do so with @WhenWeAllVote at https://t.co/N9OSYcz6xy. #WhenWeAllVote #BETImpact pic.twitter.com/X7bSxVp8uO
— BET (@BET) September 10, 2018
I thought we were all Americans. Why keep things divisive then cry foul all the time? “Woman of color know how to get things done” implying all other women can’t?
No, Michelle, ALL woman know how to get things done for our families! Empower ALL woman, not divide!
However, most women of color are voting Republican this time around. They’ve seen what the Democrats are all about and I am sure they want no part of it.
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