Terrence K. Williams Calls Michelle Obama ‘A Joke’ Over Her ‘White People Don’t Even See Me’ Comments

Trump supporter Terrence K. Williams appeared on Facebook Live today to talk about Michelle Obama and her “white people don’t even see me” comments that she made on her podcast at the end of August. He said that she is “a joke.”

Williams said in his live video that White Privilege is a “myth.” He also talked about Oprah Winfrey and her comments on the subject, saying that “at the end of the day, we all have choices.”

He continued, “you’ve got people out there like Oprah and people like Michelle Obama, out there trying to teach these children that they can’t be anything because of the color of their skin. Quit teaching children that mess. Quit people that. Quit teaching people to hate white people.”

In her podcast, Obama talked about a time when she went for ice cream with her daughters and another “Black adult female” while being the First Lady and she claimed, “When I’m just a Black woman, I notice that White people don’t even see me. They’re not even looking at me.”

From the Washington Times:

So, I’m standing there with two little Black girls, another Black female adult, they’re in soccer uniforms. And a White woman cuts right in front of us to order, like she didn’t even see us.

“The girl behind the counter almost took her order,” she continued. “So I stepped up and I said, ‘Excuse me?’ I said, ‘You don’t see us four people standing right here? You just jumped in line.’ She didn’t apologize, she never looked me in my eye.

“She didn’t know it was me,” she continued. “All she saw was a Black person, or a group of Black people, or maybe she didn’t even see that, because we were that invisible. I can tell you a number of stories like that, when I’ve been completely incognito, during the eight years in the White House, walking the dogs on the canal. People will come up and pet my dogs, but will not look me in the eye. They don’t know it’s me.