“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill took to Twitter to make his pick for running mate on the Dem 2020 ticket.
The response was mixed.
I don’t understand that hype about the Obama’s. Can’t see any special qualities and no reason for her to be better than anybody else.
— the.pnkmn (@crnllpnkmn) February 26, 2020
I'm pretty sure she doesn't want it, and that family has given so much to this country I don't think it's fair to ask for more.
— monkeypawwishes (@monkeypawwishes) February 26, 2020
Is she even interested?
I mean, go back to public life in DC or more windsurfing with Oprah and Tom Hanks? pic.twitter.com/7Cedq2TpxK
— ChrisOConnell (@chrisoconnell) February 26, 2020
No more Obamas
— Patty Mamaw (@mamaw_patty) February 26, 2020
Last August, filmmaker Michael Moore called for Michelle Obama at the top of the ticket.
“The only way to remove Trump, is to crush Trump,” Moore stated. “Who is the street fighter that can crush Trump? And frankly, I think there’s a person that could do this, if the election were held today, there is one person that would crush Trump — and she hasn’t announced yet. And her last name rhymes with Obama. In fact, it is Obama. Michelle Obama.”
As reported by TheHill, Obama, 56, has repeatedly squashed any talk of running for political office.
The former first lady told Amtrak’s The National magazine last August there was “zero chance” that she’d make a White House bid.
A year earlier, Obama told late-night host Jimmy Kimmel when asked about running for office, “I haven’t had any serious conversations with anyone about it because it’s not something that I’m interested in or would ever do. Ever.”
This article first appeared on TheConservativeOpinion.com