President Obama has gotten quite cranky on the campaign trail, and on Friday he lost control of his sycophants at a rally for Hillary Clinton in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
During the rally, an “elderly” Donald Trump supporter was there, reportedly (but not confirmed) to protest, and the crowd turned on him…which took the attention off of Obama, and we know he hates that.
Obama was busy criticizing Trump when the crowd began to boo loudly. He tried numerous times to get the focus back on him with “heys” and “hold ups.”
He got increasingly angry and admonished the crowd to be quiet and listen to the same garbage they’ve heard spewed over and over again in the liberal mainstream media.
“Listen up! Hey! I told you to be focused and you’re not focused right now!” Obama told the crowd. “Listen to what I’m saying! Hold up!”
In all fairness, what happened next was actually pretty good on Obama’s part (whether he meant it or not is another story, of course).
Obama said that the crowd needs to respect free speech, respect the protester who looked as if he may have served in the military, and respect their elders. He added: “don’t boo, vote.”
He also noted that “he’s [the protester] not doing nothing” and that he was just there to support his candidate.
Obama went on to lecture the crowd in his typical, condescending style, although given the crowd it’s probably pretty warranted.
The clip ended as Obama said, “now, I want you to pay attention because if we lose focus, we could have problems.”
In all fairness, aside from the fact that it sounded like he was talking to a bunch of children (let’s face it, he might as well be), he was actually correct, so I’ll give him that.
The saddest part is that the crowd needed to be told these things, but they are Hillary voters.