Michael Savage: Kamala Harris is “mimicking” the “cadence, the whininess” of Michelle Obama's voice

Michael Savage: Kamala Harris "picked up the cadence, the whininess" of Michelle Obama's voice

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Citation From the August 12, 2020, edition of Westwood One's The Savage Nation

MICHAEL SAVAGE (HOST): Her mother was of Hindu heritage, Indian so to speak, and her father was of Caribbean descent from Jamaica. Most Caribbeans, by the way, from Jamaica are of multiracial background, incidentally. I don't know if you know that as well. So to call her an African American is an embarrassment and frankly an insult to African Americans, incidentally. But that's not my problem right now. It's nobody's problem, I'm just giving you some facts.


If you listen to the opening speech that I played to this show on The Savage Nation, you know who she sounded eerily like? I didn't know who I was listening to. Can you play it again, Robert, for a few seconds and I'm going to tell you who I think she imitated, and who's voice she's been mimicking. ... You're listening to the voice of Michelle Obama. What she did was study -- her handlers gave her Michelle Obama's speeches and she picked up the cadence, the whininess of Michelle Obama and that's who you're listening to.