"There's this guy on the radio. ... He said me and Hillary are demons. Said we smelled like sulfur. Ain't that something?" Obama said in front of a crowd of supporters.
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama smelled himself to make sure, despite what radio host Alex Jones claimed.
Jones said Monday: "Folks, I've been told this by high-up folks. They say, 'Listen. Obama and Hillary both smell like sulfur. ... They say, 'Listen. She's a frickin' demon, and she stinks and so does Obama.'"
He doesn't smell like hell.
"I mean, c'mon people," Obama said in front of a crowd of supporters. "And apparently there are people who believe that stuff."
But seriously, has the rhetoric in this election seemed a little out-of-hand for a while now?
"She's as crooked as they come," Donald Trump said in May.
"He is becoming ISIS' best recruiter," Hillary Clinton said in December.
"In one way, she is a monster," Trump said in August.
"You can put half of Trump supporters into what I call 'the basket of deplorables,'" Clinton said in September.
"But he made a deal with the devil. She's the devil," Trump said at a rally in August.
And that's making this election cycle feel a lot less like this:
"Democracy in a big, diverse country doesn't work if you constantly demonize each other," Obama said Tuesday.
And a lot more like this:
"Tell me, what do you do with witches?" a character inquired in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail."
"Burn them!" other characters responded.