First Lady's Food Dictates Force Gay White House Pastry Chef Out of a Job
March 19, 2014
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RUSH: The White House pastry chef has been forced out. The White House pastry chef! This is an outrage. The White House pastry chef has resigned. He was forced out, and he's doing it because he needs to defend cream, butter, sugar, and eggs, because nobody else will.
He is gay, he is married, and Michelle Obama still told him: I don't care what you're good at. You're not gonna use butter in the White House, and you're not gonna use cream, and you're not gonna use sugar, and you're not gonna use eggs. So this guy had to come up with fruit puree as a sugar substitute in his baked goods, and he finally threw up his hands and said, "To heck with it. I'm outta here." They'll hire another chef that will do what Michelle wants.
But here's the point of this, though: I happened to mention this to a couple of people and their reaction was, "Well, wait a minute. Okay, she doesn't want to eat it but there are a lot of people in the White House that may not have a problem." I said, "That doesn't matter. They are going to eat what Michelle tells them to eat." And that is the point. And it's not just people in the White House.
Your kids are being forced to eat what Michelle is telling them to eat in the school lunch program. And many of you know the kids are saying, "To hell with what Michelle wants." And they're sneaking around eating what they want to eat. It's fine and dandy if Michelle Obama does not want to eat cream, butter, sugar, and eggs. But because she doesn't, nobody's going to. She knows better than everybody else.
This is a story in The Daily Caller, and from the last line of the story, "I wish Bill..." the White House pastry chef, Bill Yosses. Y-o-s-s-e-s. "I wish Bill and his husband, Charlie, all the best in their future endeavors." So we have a same-sex married couple losing their income because of the dictates of Michelle Obama and her dislike for certain foods. What do you bet she eats this stuff in private anyway? What do you bet? What do you...? I mean, we're not exactly talking about...
Well, never mind.
RUSH: Michelle Obama's new slogan from the White House is, "Don't let them eat cake!" Marie Antoinette said, "Let 'em eat cake." Not Michelle Obama.
RUSH: This Michelle Obama canning -- well, I don't know if she canned, but, I mean, she created working conditions that were unsatisfactory for this gay pastry chef. I mean, the guy wanted to use cream, butter, sugar, milk, and eggs. He's a pastry chef! And Michelle said no. You know what Michelle's substitute for cooking oil is? Apple sauce. Well, yeah, but come on, let's face it, it's like all this other newfangled stuff, like the big craze now is the gluten-free diet. There's a normal way. I mean, if you want a decent cake or cookie, you're gonna have it baked with normal ingredients. "Normal" is the key here. But not to Moochelle Obama. Oh, no. We're gonna get rid of all that.
So the pastry chef at the White House: I'm outta here. And he said somebody has to stand up for milk, sugar, cream, and eggs. Can you imagine a White House chef resigning in order to defend those ingredients? Now, the guy is married, and he's gay. And here's the conundrum. What is Michelle Obama going to do if a same-sex couple asked the White House to make him a wedding cake with sugar and eggs and cream? I mean, here you got a same-sex couple baking cakes, and Michelle Obama: Sorry, pal, you're not baking the cake 'cause I don't like what you put in it.
Compare that to what happened in Arizona, same-sex couple walks in, wants a wedding cake, the baker: I don't believe in the way you're living your life, I'm not gonna do it. And so the whole world comes down on the baker. But Michelle can just send a gay married baker packing. Uh, Michelle can just dispatch with a gay married pastry chef in the White House 'cause she doesn't like his ingredients.