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Obama Claims that Old Men Need to Step Aside in Politics

If Joe Biden was still holding out hope for an endorsement from his former boss, he might want to give up the chase. In what can only be described as leftist pandering at its finest, former President Barack Obama remarked in a recent speech that old men need to step aside in politics and that the world would be a better place if all leaders were women.

These, of course, are words that Obama certainly wasn’t willing to live by in 2008 when he stepped in and stole the Democratic nomination away from Hillary Clinton. Today, though, claiming that women are better than men in every way is all the rage among “woke” leftists – and Obama certainly isn’t one to miss out on a chance to improve his own popularity among his liberal base.

Following Obama’s remarks on women rulers, many have also speculated that he may be laying the groundwork for Michelle Obama to run for President in 2024. Whatever his motives might be, though, the sincerity of his comments should be drawn into question. With that said, though, there are some old men who absolutely need to step aside and exit the realm of politics – and Barrack Obama is certainly one of them.

Here’s the Daily Wire’s Michael Knowles with more.



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