TUSKEGEE, AL - After being lambasted by both the left and right for her portrayal of being a "victim" at her commencement speech at Tuskegee University, First Lady Michelle Obama, blamed her thin skin on her white great-great-great grandfather, Charles Marion Shields.
Michelle Obama's great-great-great grandmother, Melvinia Shields, and a white farmer, Charles Marion Shields, fathered Melvinia's child.
After Michelle Obama's embarassing performance during her commencement speech at Tuskegee University, she was criticized by Fox News, as well as The Daily Beast and Politico.
When asked by The Spoof about her speech, Michele Obama said that her white great-great-great grandfather had a skin condition, focal dermal hypoplasia, that he must have passed on to her.
Focal dermal hypoplasia is a disorder that affects the skin, eyes, and face. About 90 percent of affected individuals are female. Some affected individuals also have intellectual disability.