President Obama broke from his usual cool and calm demeanor at a rally for Hillary Clinton on Saturday.
The crowd turned its attention away from the president and towards a disruptive Donald Trump supporter in the audience. They showered him with boos and jeers, leaving an opening for Obama to wiggle further up on his high horse and lecture everyone on civility toward the poor “older gentleman.”
Was this another staged moment for liberals? Who can tell, but “daddy” was mad.
The trouble for Lame Duck Obama was that his peasants were not cooperating. The crowd would not quiet themselves long enough to be lectured.
“Hold up, hold up,” he said again and again at the rowdy crowd to no avail.
“Hey, listen up! Hey!” he continued,
“I told you to be focused and you’re not focused right now! Listen to what I’m saying!” he scolded the Clinton supporters while waving his trademark angry finger.
“Everybody sit down and be quiet!” he finally demanded.
He said the crowd didn’t “need to worry” about the “older gentleman” and reprimanded the crowd for diverting their collective focus off of what was really important … him.
“This is what I mean about folks not being focused,” he said as he told the crowd they need to respect the elder man’s right to free speech.
The president may be a touch edgy as all polls continue to trend toward Donald Trump and CNN’s newest electoral map, released Saturday night, had Clinton falling below the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the presidency for the first time.
That crowd ain't focusing. Haha.
— Opportunity Rover 🇺🇸 (@butterfingers_2) November 5, 2016
Obama & Hillary Clinton both think their 💩dont stink & they think they're the cock of the walk #dn w/Hillary🙌😎
— Keishie McDaniel (@KeishieMcdaniel) November 5, 2016
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