‘Social Worker’: Social Worker Who Defied Trump’s Socialist Ideology
Hampton Social Worker, Michelle Williams, is not an everyday person.
Her life has changed so much over the last five years that her name has changed from Michelle Williams to Michelle Williams II.
Williams is a social worker who has spent years working with individuals struggling with poverty, homelessness and abuse.
She says she has seen people in her practice who had been on the streets for years.
“They had been living in the basement or the basement of their homes for a long time.
They had no money.
They had no support.
They just needed a place to sleep.
They were living in a lot of places.
They didn’t know how to get back to their families,” Williams said.”
And then one day, someone just happened to see me at my office and he said ‘You know, Michelle, you have to come work for me.'”
The new role in Williams’ life has brought her into conflict with Trump, who is her boss.
“He’s the guy who says, ‘If you don’t like what I’m doing, I’m going to fire you,'” Williams said, pointing to the former President of the United States.
“That’s the president of the country.
That’s the one who has no respect for the constitution.
That is the president that has no regard for the people.”
Williams’ husband, Bryan, said he was surprised when he saw her at a conference on the social and economic impact of the Zika virus.
“It’s a very important issue, but when you hear Michelle, when you see Michelle speak, you hear that this is a woman that’s speaking out,” Bryan Williams said about his wife.
“I didn’t think it was that big of a deal.
I don’t think she’s necessarily going to go and talk about it, but I think that we need to be talking about it more.”
Williams is not the only person who has taken a stand against Trump’s social agenda.
A few months ago, former President Barack Obama’s administration also removed Williams from her job.
She is not only challenging her boss, she’s taking on a man who has called women who are paid less than men “sluts” and called Black Lives Matter a “cancer” and “the enemy.”
Williams has even gone to the federal court system to demand that President Donald Trump remove her from his Cabinet.
“We’re doing it for a cause, Michelle.
We’re doing this because of what is really at stake for us and our families and our communities,” Bryan said.
Williams has had enough.
She’s been fighting for equality, she says.
But she’s not going to stop until she gets what she wants.
“Now I want to be able to sit down with my family and sit down and have a beer and talk and be able see a job that actually does something. And I don