Though we are still more than a year away from the 2016 presidential election, it feels as though most of us have already been lost in the noise of Donald Trump's endless brain flatulence and whatever the hell it is that Kim Davis (and by proxy Mike Huckabee) is doing. What the American people deserve now (and perhaps more than ever) is a candidate with the selfless bravery necessary to address the two most pressing issues currently facing our great country: Whip and Nae Nae.

Bernie Sanders was presumably too busy being stuck in a meeting with his youth consultant about how important it is for him to at least try to get into the new and noticeably more confident Justin Bieber tracks, so Hillary Clinton gladly stopped by the Ellen DeGeneres Show to show America the true nature of both the whip and its noted accomplice the nae nae.

Twitter was immediately overcome with emotion regarding Hillary's powerfully asserted stance on these two issues, with many echoing her sentiments with tremendous enthusiasm:

Shortly after Hillary's progressive ideas on the future of the whip and the nae nae started dominating Twitter, her reliably forthright husband Bill Clinton chimed in with some wise words of encouragement:

No other candidates have spoken publicly regarding their thoughts on the whip and nae nae debate, leaving Hillary's revelation alongside Ellen DeGeneres with a decidedly historic vibe.