Michelle Obama said something racist about white people that will have you seeing red

Michelle Obama just stepped in it.

The former First Lady tried to attack President Trump and went way over the line.

And Michelle Obama said something racist about white people that will have you seeing red.

Appearing at the Essence Festival in New Orleans, former First Lady Michelle Obama attacked the everyday citizens that attended Donald Trump’s inauguration as racist rubes because they ‘did not look like America.’

Breitbart reports:

Obama spoke about how emotional she was during Trump’s inauguration because she had to move her two children out of the only house they had really known before having to listen to “that speech.”

“Then to sort of sit at that inauguration and to look around at a crowd that was not reflective of the country,” Obama said. “It was just such the opposite… During Barack’s inauguration, we made sure that the crowd looked like all of America. Having the Tuskegee airmen, having civil rights folks, having folks who had marched. You could look out at his crowd and you would see America. All of it.”

Obama said she was just “one of a handful of people of color” at the inauguration and “it was a lot emotionally.”

“And I had to sit in that audience, one of a handful of people of color, and then listen to that speech, and all that I had sort of held on to for eight years, watching my husband get raked over the coals, feeling like we had to do everything perfectly, no scandal, no nothing,” she said. “It was a lot emotionally.”

Liberals like Michelle Obama love to preach about “diversity and inclusion.”

But in her remarks, Obama expressly attacked one group of Americans over their race.

The former First Lady even insinuated that it made her uncomfortable to look at a crowd of Americans that did not look like her.

These remarks appalled millions of Americans that want to live in society where individuals are judged on merit and not their race.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.