The San Francisco Gate reported that hundreds of crazed liberals lined up at dawn on Tuesday in the hopes of getting in to see Michelle speak at Dreamforce in San Francisco. The former First Lady was scheduled to give a speech at 9:30 am, and the convention’s attendees were lined up long before the sun came up so that they could get a seat. Many took to Twitter to post photos of the waiting crowd.
“Attendees started arriving FOUR hours early to save a seat for Michelle Obama’s keynote!” tweeted reporter Tiffany Wilson.
Attendees started arriving FOUR hours early to save a seat for @MichelleObama’s keynote! https://t.co/OdTIBKWVhx— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) November 7, 2017
This is just part of the line of people waiting to get inside #Dreamforce2017 to hear @MichelleObama speak pic.twitter.com/GmZjONKkwS— Tiffany Wilson (@TWilsonTV) November 7, 2017
“There’s no place we’d rather be at 5:30 a.m. on day 2 of Dreamforce 2017 than waiting to see @MichelleObama,” wrote Georgina Prager.
There’s no place we’d rather be at 5:30am on day 2 of #Dreamforce2017 than waiting to see @MichelleObama. #mySDG @angela1_sfdc @guilda_h pic.twitter.com/XKoBX27xO2— Georgina Prager (@gfprager) November 7, 2017
It’s sad that liberals continue to treat Michelle like royalty when she keeps showing what a classless egomaniac she is time and time again.
This comes as Michelle has been making the rounds of the paid speaking circuit, where she is said to be making well over six figures for each appearance. Earlier this month, Michelle opened up in a speech about how she raised her two daughters.
“Sometimes we treat our children too preciously because of the issues they’ve dealt with,” she said, according to In Style. “Barack and I, we thought about with Malia and Sasha, OK, we could’ve spent eight years feeling sorry for them that they were living in a bubble that every misstep for them would be on YouTube, that their privacy, they didn’t have access to their father in a way …
We could’ve felt bad for them, and there would’ve been a truth there. But our view was this is their life, and we can’t apologize for the life they have because a whole lot of it is good.”
“I can’t cherish you to death,” she added. “We have to raise our children to be the adults that we want them to be, and that starts young. You can’t be so afraid that life will break them that you don’t prepare them for life.
Sometimes our fear keeps us from pushing our kids out into the cold cruel world. And then they’re not ready and we wonder why.”