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Doc on Michelle Obama: I’m Not Taking Food Advice From Somebody Who’s Not Fit

Fox News contributor Keith Ablow plunged head first into controversy this week, daring to criticize First Lady Michelle Obama for telling the nation’s school children what they can and cannot eat, while not necessarily staying in shape herself.

On Tuesday, Ablow appeared on a show called Outnumbered and during a segment discussing school lunches asked, “How well can she be eating?”

Ablow added, to the shock and dismay of the rest of the panel, that Michelle Obama “needs to drop a few.”

When the panel of women seemed to be taken aback, Ablow kept firing.

“No, let’s be honest. No, listen — we’re taking nutritional advice from who?” Ablow said. “Let’s be honest, there’s no french fries ever? That’s all kale and carrots? I don’t buy it.”

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One of the female panelists said she wouldn’t comment on the First Lady’s fitness level, while another defended her by saying she “like(s) her booty.”

Ablow finished with another shot:

“She’s up at night in the White House kitchen. I’m telling you.”

On Wednesday, Politico interviewed Ablow who refused to back down. In fact, he stepped up the grilling…

Fox News psychiatrist Keith Ablow does not think that first lady Michelle Obama is a fit role model on fitness, calling the first lady “two-faced” on Wednesday.

“I do dislike hypocrisy and I really do believe that people speaking about diet should be role models themselves, and I’m not sure if the first lady is that role model,” Ablow said in an interview.

“I’m not taking food advice from an American who dislikes America, who in many photographs during her tenure as first lady is obviously not fit, and who has a record of saying things that show that she’s two-faced,” Ablow said Wednesday. “This should be obvious; I don’t know why it isn’t.”

Ablow’s comments have drawn fire from several corners, including his own colleagues when Fox meteorologist Janice Dean took a shot at him on Twitter:

Earlier this week, a school superintendent in Georgia ripped Michelle Obama’s ban on sweets being sold at bake sales as “asinine.”

Comments

21 Comments

  1. Matthew says:

    I don’t think he said anything about women ‘dropping a few’. He said he didn’t feel she was a fit role-model.

  2. Sharon says:

    By her own admission, she could not feed her own children “right”. What the f*** gives her the authority to tell us how to feed ours?

  3. Carla says:

    Ablow is right…I agree with him completely…and this woman who is actually the wife of our worse president ever has no business sticking her nose in where it isn’t wanted…she needs to take care of herself and her kids and not worry about what mine or anyone else’s are eating…will be so glad when they are out of our whitehouse and We the People have it back…

  4. Jimmy says:

    I don’t think she is a good role model for our kids eating this so called healthy diet when her girls get to eat Meatball subs and Barbecue hot buffalo wings and ice cream!she has double standards when it comes to feeding her family!

  5. Ed says:

    Good, I’m glad he said what a lot of people are afraid to say Nowadays!!! Facts are Facts!!! moose-chelle needs to lose some poundage!! And besides, who the hell is she to stop OUR Children from eating what they like during lunch. Are we stopping her from stuffing her fat azz? and another thing, Who the hell elected her?? Who is she to preach what people can and can not eat??????????

  6. -1 says:

    ……and, as well, I’m not taking food advice from somebody that is not a Registered Dietitian.

  7. Michael says:

    Now everyone knows you gain lbs while on vacation. If the First Queen has put on some lbs you’ve got to remember this is a paid 8 year vacation to the Obamas.

  8. Treva says:

    Never understood why first ladies think they were elected too. They are at best a “side kick” who is there for entertainment. Besides, if the schools are complaining and the kids are going hungry, then it’s time to realize her ideas are a failure. Michele and the White house need to remember it is not a rejection of the person to reject their ideas. Children need to eat to be able to learn, Only their doctors and parents should put strict diet controls on them.
    As for Dr. Ablow’s comments, Bravo! Agree or not he exercised his first amendment right to express himself and it’s about time the media starts letting people say things that are NOT politically correct! We need more free speech, not less!
    I personally have never looked at Michele’s ass to see if it’s “nice” or not, neither do I care to! But if she(or anyone) is going to advocate for menu changes for our children (or our military) then they need to live it, eat those foods and do the same routine. Then and only then can they have an educated opinion on the subject that they can defend against critics!

  9. Evelyn says:

    That nutty woman has a rear end that is 9 axe handles and a squirrel hop across, and she is telling others how and what to eat?

    1. -1 says:

      ……loved your very descriptive, and apt, comment…..perfect!

      1. -1 says:

        ……and, oh, has anyone seen her Registered Dietitian’s Degree!?

  10. Mike says:

    Grow hair on your head idiot shes a real woman not a model for your adornment. She rocks at her age as same age as all of us now in our 50s

    1. David says:

      He didn’t say she was a model, asshat, he said ROLL MODEL !!!!

      1. Nancy says:

        Although it’s not the right thing to do to address a woman and a weight issue. Seriously, it’s wrong. BUT, she should know that she’s a chubette, and with her on everyone’s back about ‘Get Moving’ and the wrong and right foods to eat, and then you see her butt / thighs, isn’t that being hypocritical? lol Maybe she should get rid of those 2 problem areas and use it as an example of : see, this is me before as a chubette, and here is me now, as not a chubette. lol

        1. John says:

          WELL NANCY MOOCHELL SHULD BE CALLED 2 TON ANN BECAUSE HER ASS IS AS WIDE AS A TANK

    2. Betty says:

      Let her worry about what her kids and Old man eat.not ours………check out the menu at the

      Private School her kids attend……………….I agree with the Doc….it’s none of her stupid Business what anyone eats.

  11. Sylvia says:

    Right on! I totally agree with Keith Ablow. Her daughters aren’t eating the crap she’s making other kids eat. Parents should determine what their kids eat, not Michelle Obama. And she certainly has no business telling me what I should or shouldn’t eat.

  12. Patricia says:

    She was not elected, she has no authority over anything. Why are people even bothering to listen to someone who professes to want to end childhood hunger. Her idea is Kids eat what she tells them and the schools are throwing out thousands of dollars of food every day and those kids are not getting anything to eat for the 8 or nine hours they are away from home at school,.

  13. Robert says:

    I tend to agree with Dr. Ablow. Who is Michelle Obama to tell us or school kids what to eat? All the while she and her daughter have been seen pigging out on spare ribs and living large on our tax dollars. As far as Janice Dean, she should shut her pie hole and stick to the news. If she’s offened, she obviously has no idea who offensive her ignorance is.

  14. Pam says:

    We should NOT be required by our government of what we should eat and what we should not eat. If they want to help obese people then send them to a dietician or a shrink to help them. And NO, Michelle of all people is a hypocrite.

  15. Barry says:

    good for him and about time that people got their blinders off

    All once would have to look at it would be the menus for events that the white house hosts and which she partakes of.

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