Well, yes and no. They're no longer waiting for her to snap her fingers and work her neck because she already tried doing it - on the campaign trail:
(What was all that prize-figher, nose-wipin' going on?) And if I'm not mistaken, that was when the handlers quickly snatched her behind off the campaign trail (she kept a low profile as I recall) and inserted those "rods" Wanda was talking about. That Michelle Obama was never to be seen or heard from again - for the greater good, of course. She emerged, "new and improved," on The View, talking about making cookies or some other inane thing and laughing about, "Barack is so pathetic." Another faux pas that made the handlers cringe I'm sure.
Wanda can sit up there and tell that lie about "all Black women are not like that" if she wants to. Now, I love the sister's comedy, but just an observation -- is not ALL of her comedy based on women "like that??" You know -- women who pull no punches and finally tell the damn truth, even if it hurts? I submit there's a bit of Weezy Jefferson in all of us in varying degrees -- even the meekest of us, if we're honest. Given our heretofore positions in the patriarchy and slavery, I don't see how she couldn't be. And I like that in us! But that's just me.
I'm simply not of the opinion that women in general, and Black women in particular, have to always dial back how they feel about some bullshit in order to fit in some box - drawn by men in the first damn place! You can count this sister out if that's what you need to make you feel big and strong. And yes, my neck wa-a-as workin' as I typed that line!!!