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Obama Takes Shots at Trump, Men to French Business Leaders

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Former president Barack Obama cemented his place in the feminist pantheon of “woke” males over the weekend during a meeting with business leaders in Paris, France on Saturday.

Obama took to the microphone to bash the current leadership in the U.S. while promoting and sustaining his position on climate change. President Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord back in June.

“I grant you that at the moment we have a temporary absence of American leadership on the issue,” Obama said slyly taking a swipe at Trump.

Obama’s always dangerous rhetoric wasn’t over just yet. The overtly Socialist Obama then changed course and basically called men the scourge of the Earth. Obama should know that he’s a man, but no word on what he identifies as.

According to the Agence France-Presse, Obama told the audience that there should be “more focus on putting women in power, because men seem to be having some problems these days.”

If men are the main problem when it comes to leading, then does that mean the former president is admitting his time in office was a failure?

“Not to generalize,” Obama said, “but women seem to have a better capacity than men do, partly because of their socialization.”

Not only was Obama’s statement a slap in the face to men everywhere, but is Obama also saying that women are better leaders because they’re more easily led in terms of socialization? Socializing people is getting them to act the same, after all.

That’s sexist! Hey, everyone else claims sexism or racism after dissecting every little comment. Thanks, Obama.

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