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Obama Calls For More Women To Be Elected, ‘Men Have Problems’

Former President Barack Obama declared his support for the ‘I’m with her’ movement, saying more women need to be elected to public office “because men seem to be having some problems these days.”

Obama made the comments at an event in Paris where he also derided a “temporary absence of American leadership” under President Trump.

“Not to generalize but women seem to have a better capacity than men do, partly because of their socialization,” the former President generalized.

Obama’s reference to ‘men having some problems these days’ is a clear reference to the myriad of sexual misconduct allegations coming out in Hollywood and politics.

They echo a Democrat mindset that seems to think women should not be elected based on merits, but rather on anatomy.

A Democrat candidate for Attorney General in Michigan recently raised eyebrows when she ran a political ad asking voters to choose “the candidate who doesn’t have a penis.”

Could you have a more sexist mindest?

Obama seems to forget having an extensive history of defeating women in elections. He beat Republican Rosette Caldwell Peyton to kick off his political career in 1996. And of course he delayed Hillary Clinton’s ‘rightful’ ascendency to the White House during the 2008 Democratic presidential primaries.

If only he had stepped aside to allow more women to gain elected positions. What an anti-woman politician Obama is!

Michelle Obama recently whined about Hillary’s defeat against Trump in the 2016 election saying “Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice.”

Even further evidence that Obama should have stepped aside and let Hillary win in 2008. He should have let women’s voices be heard.

There is another option, Mr. Obama. We can simply vote for leaders based on their qualifications and merits. Maybe stop trying to push people into office based on their race or gender, but rather their ability to lead.

We know, it seems like a ridiculous notion, but really only to your party.

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