‘She’s tired, moody and emotional’: Obama’s worried about sexism if Hillary wins

It’s not lost on President Barack Obama that elections today are won and lost over who best controls pop culture in America.

Doing his part to help put Hillary Clinton in the White House, Obama appeared on TBS’ “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” and it didn’t take long for the most divisive president of our time to embrace sexism.

Assuming a Clinton victory — and a bigoted opposition — Bee asked Obama what will be the female equivalent of “you weren’t born in this country.”

“She’s tired, she’s moody, she’s being emotional,” he replied. “When men are ambitious, it’s just taken for granted.”

Obama said he was there to ensure “we build on progress,” targeted young people with his pitch.

‘Young people have a bigger stake in this election than anybody,” Obama said. “I would hope that you’d be willing to take about the same amount of time that you spend looking through cat videos on your phone to make sure that democracy’s working.”

Of course, the left’s vision of democracy working comes perilously close to what the Founding Fathers worked very hard to prevent — mob control.

Getting the prerequisite shot in against GOP nominee Donald Trump, Bee asked the president when he leaves office if he considered messing with Trump by whispering in his ear, “You’re right, I wasn’t born here.”

“I think it’s fair to say that I will be organizing my post-presidency where I’m not close enough to him to whisper in his ear,” Obama deadpanned.

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