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Megyn Kelly says Michelle Obama doesn’t like America after suggesting Barack is really running the country

 September 10, 2023

Questions are intensifying regarding the true identities of the decision-makers within the Biden administration, especially as President Joe Biden, now 80, has set the record as the most senior leader ever in the Oval Office. If Biden secures a second term, he would be 86 years old by its conclusion.

Journalist Megyn Kelly, in a recent interview with Newsmax, hinted at the possibility that former President Barack Obama and ex-First Lady Michelle Obama might be playing a more significant role than anticipated, as America Insider reported.

Kelly remarked, "There are a lot of people who think the Obamas are already running the government and that there is some sort of shadow puppet situation going on that they're controlling."

She added, "There's been questions from the beginning -- is it Joe Biden really making the calls?"

Democrats view Michelle Obama as a pivotal figure, often considering her exceptionally admirable and seeing her as a beacon of strong leadership and hope, according to Kelly.

Various influential political figures, such as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, have also expressed skepticism over Biden's capacity to make crucial decisions alone.

Obama's Musings on Third Term

Dr. Ronny Jackson, who previously served as the White House physician during the tenures of both Obama and Trump, has voiced concerns over Biden's frequent public missteps, hinting at potential age-related cognitive issues.

Former President Obama once hinted at assisting in a "third term" if a proxy or spokesperson was equipped with an earpiece.

Obama stated, "I've said this before. People would ask me, 'Knowing what you know now, do you wish you had a third term?"

He added, "And I used to say, 'You know what, if I could make an arrangement where I had a stand-in, a front-man or a front-woman and they had an ear piece in and I was just in my basement with my sweats looking through the stuff and I could sort of deliver the lines, but somebody else was doing all the talking and ceremony."

Obama indicated that he would be comfortable with such an arrangement primarily because he found the work intriguing.

The former president conveyed that, despite the challenges, navigating complex issues was professionally rewarding, especially when collaborating with talented individuals.

"But I do not miss having to wear a tie every day," the former president concluded.

Kelly's Perspective on Michelle Obama

In response to the question of why large segments of the American populace aren't in favor of Michelle's Obama's vision for the nation, Kelly suggested it might be rooted in her previously expressed sentiments about the country. That includes the former first lady's prior statement about only having felt genuine pride in her country when her husband was vying for the presidency.

Kelly stated, "And it's not just from your weird comments when Barack was running that, For the first time in my life, I'm really proud of my country."

Recounting another episode, Kelly criticized Michelle's assertion about refraining from wearing her natural hair due to apprehensions about America's readiness for such a move.

Kelly criticized the former first lady, drawing a comparison to Oprah Winfrey, who became a billionaire in the same country and styled her hair freely. She insinuated that Michelle might lack confidence in the inherent goodness of Americans.