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People Will Not Leave Malia Obama Alone

People in this country have a somewhat inexplicable fascination with the children of the Presidents of the United States. It’s a little strange, given that we don’t have a hereditary monarchy and we fought a war in which at least 100,000 people died in order to not have a hereditary monarch. One can understand the attention given to Chelsea Clinton or Eric and Don Trump, who, despite being three of the dumbest people in the world, have put themselves intentionally in the spotlight as part of their parents’ campaigns or administrations.

What really grinds my gears is when the media, or even private citizens, won’t leave the presidential children who don’t want to be in the spotlight alone. Malia Obama has made no overtures at wanting to be a public figure. She has, in fact, expressed quite the opposite desire, and wants to be left the hell alone to be a normal kid. Well, as normal as a legacy admission to Harvard can be, at any rate. All the poor girl wants to do is enjoy a music festival or work as a script reader for the Weinsteins.

That doesn’t stop people, both media and civilian, from getting in her face. TMZ reported Malia had a run-in with a pushy grandmother who wanted a picture with the former first daughter in order to impress her granddaughter.

Malia Obama politely declined, and that should have been the end of the interaction. But granny decided to sit outside the restaurant Malia was eating at, waiting for her to leave to get a picture. Which is pretty creepy. Imagine doing that to someone who wasn’t vaguely famous, you’d spend the night in jail.

As Malia exited after her meal, the woman tried to take her picture and a disgusted Malia asked, “Are you gonna take it in my face like an animal in a cage?” Which is just what she did, apparently.

Malia Obama isn’t the only presidential child getting undue attention, however. Last week, in an apparent attempt to win a Worst Human Being of the Year Award (colloquially known as the Scott Stapp Award or Stappy), Daily Caller writer Ford Springer wrote an op-ed piece calling out 11-year-old Barron Trump for not dressing up to Springer’s standards. When Springer was writing that piece about how Barron Trump needs to stop wearing t-shirts like some sort of poor, Donald Trump, the President of the United States, was escalating the war in Afghanistan, which will enter its 16th year in October. But good on Springer for tackling the important issues.

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This is a well-balanced article and certainly not the Republican press that attacks Malia at the least opportunity.

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F UCK YOU NI GGER

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CALL THE DC ZOO FOR THIS APE AND HER GORILLA F UCKING NI GGER MOTHER

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