Whether podcaster Shemeka Michelle is sharing her views on abortion and the Supreme Court overturn of Roe v. Wade — she says fetuses are “not some clumps of cells; they are actual lives with heartbeats that need to be loved and protected” — or railing against the Democrat Party for intentionally destroying black nuclear families, she brings her “A” game and pulls zero punches. And she’s driving audiences wild.
The no-nonsense podcaster joined BlazeTV’s Jason Whitlock to break down her recent debate performance in the #WalkAway: Black American Culture War Showdown. The debate featured participants whose political views ranged from the far left to the Christian right.
In the below clip, Shemeka passionately explains to Whitlock her view on abortion from a personal perspective.
I know what it feels like to sit there and cry and realize that you took a life over a lie that it’s just a clump of cells. I am sick of the lesbians being the loudest voice in talking about instances that only concern what can be created between a man and a woman. I am tired of the scare tactics, and Jason, I really want to have an honest conversation. Let’s stop lying as modern women.
What I think that I have over the other people that have on the show today, is that I know what it feels like to have an abortion. I had an abortion at 22 years old. I know what it feels to lay there and have the life sucked from you.
I know what it feels like to feel that that’s your only choice and I know what if feels like to have a doctor lie to you and say ‘It’s just a clump of cells,’ only to be in a doctor’s office with your husband, years laters, and realize not only that it’s not just a clump of cells; there’s a heartbeat.
Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Kamala Harris were unavailable for comment.
On the Need for Strong Nuclear Families in the Black Community
The below clip features Shemeka discussing the need for strong nuclear families — not only in the black community but because nuclear families, she says, are “the natural order.”
The black community does actually need a strong nuclear family — but not because we’re black, but because that’s the natural order. (The audience erupts in applause.) And so I think it would be safe to say that … when God looked at man, He said it’s not good for man to be alone, so he gave him a woman. He didn’t give him a ‘village,’ He didn’t give him ‘the community,’ He said, ‘Be fruitful and multiply’ to this man and this woman, so it’s supposed to be God, husband, wife, and child.
She added, forcefully, as the audience began to cheer:
That’s why I think we can see some of the foolishness in the black community — because we are out of order. The effect that it’s had? We’ve had women, for generations now, saying that they don’t need a man, and we have boys that don’t wanna be one.
Again, the crowd’s reaction to Shemeka’s comment is yet another example that, contrary to the intentionally divisive narrative of the Democrat Party, the black community is not some monolithic group of desperate, mindless people beholden to a party that has intentionally lied to America’s black population for 60 years — beginning with Lyndon Johnson’s disastrous, multitrillion-dollar, 1964
Almost as inexcusable, Democrats continue to lie “The Big Lie” to lower-class voters about how much worse off they’d be if not for the Democrat Party to protect them from the evil “rich,” heartless corporations, and the despicable Republican Party. Democrats of course know they’re lying their asses off, but it’s “good for the cause,” you see: the ballot box.
Tens of millions of Americans from all walks of life have been conditioned to listen to lies they want to hear instead of the truths they need to hear. Influencers like podcaster Shemeka Michelle continue to chip away at those decades of Democrat lies, one podcast or debate at a time.