Hillary Clinton is so desperate for attention that she’ll do anything to stay in the headlines.
The former Democratic nominee for president has always used Hollywood elitists to propagate her liberal agenda since she was the First Lady of the United States.
And now she’s teaming up with one of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities for a special project.
Steven Spielberg’s name has been synonymous with Hollywood royalty since he created the summer blockbuster with his hit movie Jaws.
He’s also a diehard Democratic loyalist and even directed a video for Barack Obama for the 2012 Democratic National Convention to get him re-elected.
Now, Hillary Clinton and Spielberg are teaming up for a women’s voting rights drama, and you can bet it will be the most feminist thing you’ve ever seen in your entire life.
Spielberg’s production company, Amblin Entertainment, will produce a series of television shows that outline the women’s suffrage movement based on a book called The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote by Elaine Weiss, with Hillary Clinton serving as an executive producer.
The Hollywood Reporter noted, “The book, published in March, follows the activists who led the decades-long fight to grant women the right to vote and sheds light on how close the battle to ratify the 19th Amendment really was. The book celebrates those who changed history and laid the foundation for the civil rights movement that came decades later.”
That’s great. There are literally thousands of movies about significant events in American history. Why should the women’s suffrage movement be any different? It deserves to be brought to the big screen, right?
The problem isn’t that this is not being brought to light; the problem is that Hillary Clinton is involved with it as if she had some sort of power over the movement. Hint: She wasn’t alive when it happened.
The Hollywood Reporter also noted, “Sources say as Weiss was writing the book, she was struck by the parallels between the women’s suffrage movement and the 2016 presidential election between Clinton and Donald Trump. It then became a priority for the author and journalist — whose work has appeared in multiple publications and on NPR — to get her book in Clinton’s hands. Eventually, she met a bookstore owner who delivered The Woman’s Hour to Clinton. The latter, sources say, loved the contemporary and relevant issues the book tackled and felt it would be an important story to tell on TV while also creating strong roles for women.”
That’s seriously hilarious. This misnomer that Hillary Clinton lost to President Donald Trump because she’s a woman is the most bodacious and ignorant claim in the history of false claims.
Hillary Clinton lost the election because she is a fraud. She defrauded the American people with the Benghazi incident and during her entire tenure as the Secretary of State under former President Obama.
Nevertheless, Hillary said she is “thrilled” to be working on the project with Spielberg.
She said, “At the heart of democracy lies the ballot box, and Elaine Weiss’ unforgettable book tells the story of the female leaders who — in the face of towering economic, racial and political opposition — fought for and won American women’s right to vote.”
Yeah, that’s great, but Hillary’s self-righteous attitude that she somehow is the embodiment of the movement is what’s egregiously insulting.
Why did Spielberg involve her in this project to begin with? He’s one of the most powerful – if not the most powerful – people in Hollywood. His name attachment alone gets projects made, so all of this is perplexing to say the least.
But it seems like Hillary is dying to become one of the Hollywood elitists because she’s going to be starring in the premiere for the upcoming Madam Secretary,Season Four.
Hey, at least that’s good news, right? That means she’s going to stay out of politics for good.