Obama complains about people who send kids to ‘private schools’ and use ‘private clubs’

President Obama’s lack of self-awareness was on full display when he spoke at the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit at Georgetown University today and criticized people who send their kids to “private schools” and “private clubs.”

A panel including Robert Putnam, professor of public policy at the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government and Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute were discussing ways to overcome poverty.

Obama stated that those who have economic advantages are withdrawing from societal common areas. He claimed those who socially separate themselves are contributing to a sluggish economy that lacks opportunity.

The hypocrisy was not lost on social media users who were quick to point out Obama’s glaring hypocrisy. (Warning for strong language)

And then some.

That’s because that part doesn’t exist.

Not likely.

H/T: Twitchy.com

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