Former president Barack Obama was in South Africa where he encouraged more women to get involved in the political process. As an incentive he mentioned that men were getting on his nerves and that they haven't done the best job of running things. We can only imagine how the internet will react.
While in Johannesburg a woman from Kenya asked Obama, who was giving a town hall style presentation, the best way to get involved in politics. That's when Obama laid down a giant truth bomb and told it like it is. He said:
Women in particular I want you to get more involved, because men have been getting on my nerves lately. I mean, every day I read the newspaper and I just think like, 'Brothers, what's wrong with you guys? What's wrong with us?' I mean, we're violent, we're bullying. You know, just not handling our business. So I think empowering more women on the continent ― that right away is going to lead to some better policies.
Barack Obama at a Johannesburg town hall: "Women in particular, by the way, I want you to get more involved. Becaus… https://t.co/DMFB89Fyps— Kyle Griffin (@Kyle Griffin) 1531929957.0
Oh boy, did the bro-flakes have a meltdown over this one.
@cnni What a Beta-Male...— Stefan (@Stefan) 1531971204.0
Luckily, the mass majority understood what the former president was saying.
@kylegriffin1 @bannerite Every volunteer activity I attend is overwhelmingly female. Calling for Democrats around t… https://t.co/nHy0C1jike— My Research Says Blue Wave 22 (@My Research Says Blue Wave 22) 1531941599.0
@kylegriffin1 @soccerlives1127 Women. Make. Better. Leaders.— Deacon Blues 💦 🆘🇨🇦 (@Deacon Blues 💦 🆘🇨🇦) 1531934465.0
@kylegriffin1 I've been saying that for a long time. This is their mess but we have to fix it.— Sweet Mofongo (@Sweet Mofongo) 1531930438.0
Of course we all had to know.
With more and more women entering politics maybe soon we will end this debate once and for all.