Most of the nation is aware that a teen girl was bitten by the Obama family dog, Sunny. However, it seems that Michelle Obama has since unofficially announced their sick decision pertaining to what they’ll be doing about the dog that mauled a person’s face – and it has many people in shock.
The Obamas are about as worthless as it comes, and you don’t have to look beyond the past 8 years for proof. Unfortunately, they’ve decided to prove that one more time after their dog was responsible for tearing into the flesh of a young girl.
Although no official declarations have made about what will happen to the dog, Michelle Obama made it perfectly clear what would be happening – absolutely nothing. As you may remember, Mad World News reported on the initial incident as the girl posted pictures of herself online.
About an inch away from the girl’s eye, Sunny’s teeth punctured the skin to the point that she needed to see a doctor for stitches. Of course, showing their absolute lack of couth, the only thing Malia – who just so happened to be the girl’s friend – could do at the time was laugh.
Sadly, we can now see where she gets it from since her mother is brushing it off as well. Shown in a video released on her personal Twitter account, the FLOTUS can be seen walking around the White House with the two dogs – Sunny included – as if nothing happened.
Taking it in on one last walk through the People's House. pic.twitter.com/uaAn6j8Ygy
— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) January 18, 2017
“The First Lady’s caption said, ‘one last walk through the People’s House’ … but it could’ve said, ‘Please don’t take Sunny, we promise she’s sweet,’ TMZ so accurately pointed out.
After a bite like this, animal control will usually pay the owners a visit and place the dog on mandatory, 10-day quarantine to ensure that it doesn’t have rabies. Clearly, the Obamas don’t care about such formalities but that really isn’t the point.
The fact of the matter here is that this dog bit a person in the face. If it was just an inch higher, this girl could have been blinded or lost an eye entirely. To ignore this and act as though everything is honky-dory is not only irresponsible, it really speaks to the family’s character.
It’s important to remember that dogs are animals, even though we may think they’re a part of the family at times. The second something savage like this happens, something needs to be done. After all, what happens next time when it’s tooth actually does puncture someone’s eyeball? Then again, you’d have to ask that to someone who actually cares about anyone but themselves.