VIDEO: Michelle Obama ‘Terrified’; ‘A Critical Moment’

Michelle Obama

( – The left is increasingly panicking over Donald Trump’s unstoppable surge in the polls ahead of the November election as now a “terrified” Michelle Obama has warned leftist voters of “a critical moment.”

On Wednesday, Michelle Obama issued a compelling call to action in recognition of Juneteenth, urging the public to engage in this year’s pivotal electoral process, The Hill reports.

“Juneteenth is all about celebrating our collective freedom and fighting to protect it,” the former first lady articulated in a video released on the social media platform X.

The report points out that Juneteenth commemorates a significant historical event: the moment when enslaved individuals of African descent in Texas were informed of their liberation in 1865, following the conclusion of the Civil War.

The Hill writes that this day serves not only as a reflection of past struggles but also as a prompt for contemporary civic engagement.

In her address, Obama highlighted the stakes involved in the upcoming election, emphasizing its comprehensive scope.

“Our power, our rights and even our planet are on the ballot this year,” she declared.

As the founder of the voter registration and engagement initiative When We All Vote in 2018, Obama has been at the forefront of promoting electoral participation, according to the centrist news outlet.

She continued to outline the immediate steps her audience could take to influence the electoral outcome.

“So now is the time to think about how you’re going to make your voice heard in this election,” Obama encouraged.

She directly appealed to her extensive following of 22 million on X, advising them to register to vote and to encourage others within their circles to do the same.

“Get yourself registered to vote, and then text three friends to do the same,” Michelle Obama urged.

She reinforced the urgency of participation: “Do not sit on the sidelines this year, because this is a critical moment for all of us.”

Earlier in the year, during a candid interview on Jay Shetty’s “On Purpose” podcast in January, Obama expressed her concerns about the forthcoming presidential election.

“I am terrified about what could possibly happen,” she confessed, underscoring the profound impact political leaders have on the nation.

“Because our leaders matter. Who we select, who speaks for us, who holds that bully pulpit — it affects us in ways that sometimes I think people take for granted,” she reflected at the time.

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