Nobody interrupts the queen!

Via Politico:

First lady Michelle Obama was interrupted by a heckler about 10 minutes into a speech at a campaign fundraiser in D.C. on Tuesday.

A woman started shouting and calling for the president to sign an executive order on gay rights, according to a pool report.

“One of the things I don’t do well is this,” the first lady said, before leaving the lectern and moving over toward the woman.

Obama said you can “listen to me or you can take the mic, but I’m leaving. You all decide. You have one choice.”

The crowd started shouting that they wanted Obama to stay and one woman near the heckler said “You need to go!”

As she was escorted out, the heckler shouted: “…lesbian looking for federal equality before I die.”

Update: Nice try but, no.

MRS. OBAMA: So here’s the thing — we cannot wait for the next presidential election to get fired up and ready to go. We cannot wait. Right now, today, we have an obligation to stand up for those kids. And I don’t care what you believe in, we don’t –


MRS. OBAMA: Wait, wait, wait. One of the things –


MRS. OBAMA: One of the things that I don’t do well is this. (Applause.) Do you understand? (Applause.) One of the things — now –

(Inaudible audience interruption.)

MRS. OBAMA: So let me make the point that I was making before: We are here for our kids. (Applause.) So we must recapture that passion, that same urgency and energy that we felt back in 2008 and 2012. Understand this. This is what I want you all to understand, this is not about us — no one back here. It’s not about you or you, or your issue or your thing. This is about our children. (Applause.)