Or Get Off the Pot, Please
From Gateway Pundit we have the latest. The post referenced is from Sister Rosetta of HillBuzz and is still in the realm of speculation, yet is specific and documented as to time and place: a Rainbow Push Coalition Conference held in Chicago June 26-July 1, 2004, at which Michelle Obama was listed as a "special guest". According to Sister Rosetta,
Michelle Obama appeared as a panelist alongside Mrs. Khadijah Farrakhan and Mrs. James Meeks. Bill Clinton spoke during the Conference... but not at the panel Michelle attended. Michelle Obama... referenced Bill Clinton in her rant -- his presence at the conference was the impetus for her raving, it seems. For about 30 minutes, Michelle Obama launced into a rant about the evils of America, and how America is to blame for the problems of Africa. Michelle personally blamed President Clinton for the deaths of millions of Africans and said America is responsible for the genocide of the Tutsis and other ethnic groups. She then launced into and attack on "whitey", and talked about solutions to black on black crime in the realm of diverting those actions onto white America.
GP reports that according to the No Quarters blog,
the "tape" is a DVD that Trinity United sold on its website, and possibly offered free for download up until March 2008 when Trinity's site was scrubbed and the DVDs were no longer offered for sale. This outburst happened just one month before the 2004 Democratic Convention, when Barack Obama delivered the keynote address.
If this report is accurate, then we need to see the entire 30 minutes of the would-be First Lady's anti-American rant, not just the couple of "whitey" lines.
If Bill Clinton spoke at the same event, would it not be likely that he took owns a record of that event? Also, since the pertinent part of the event was a panel and not a "speech", might there be legal questions to consider with regard to other speakers before the tape can be made public?
If this tape exists America needs to see it. And soon.