The Democrats’ desperation to find legitimate candidates who can rival President Trump in 2020 is the equivalent of trying to find a needle in a million haystacks. The names that have been floated range from the ridiculous to the legitimate progressive that has no shot at beating Trump.
That’s why Hollywood is having a collective town-wide panic attack over the issue and is willing to throw any liberal they can think of into the wildfire for the 2020 General Election.
And these powerful female Hollywood executives believe this could be the “answer” to defeat Trump.
There is a changing of the guard in Hollywood happening right now where the industry is going out of their way to hire more women in powerful positions as some sort of reparations as a result of the Me Too Movement.
You’re going to find more female directors, writers and executives in the coming years take on a lot of bigger roles because a new Creative Arts Agency report suggests that female-driven and led movies actually outperformed male-centric films from 2014-2017.
But one could also argue that it’s all a façade or a misnomer because there are plenty of really powerful Hollywood executives who have been making the decisions for years like former Chairman of Sony Pictures Amy Pascal and President of Lucas Films Kathleen Kennedy. These two progressives are two of the most powerful people in all of Hollywood.
But there are women who are nearly just as powerful as Pascal and Kennedy and The Hollywood Reporter conducted a survey amongst many of them to gauge who they wanted to be on the 2020 presidential ticket.
Marvel Studios Vice-President Victoria Alonso would like“a version of Kamala Harris and Beto O’Rourke. Or Beto and Kamala,” while ICM Partners co-head Lorrie Bartlett,“Oprah and Michelle Obama.”
This was the trend that many of them used. Many of them just recycled most of the same names but in different orders.
A&E Executive Vice-President and Head of Programming Elaine Frontain Bryant told THR,“Beto O’Rourke and a strong woman, maybe Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren or Amy Klobuchar.”
Lighthouse Media & Management’s Aleen Keshishian could go for a “Michelle Obama and Beto O’Rourke” ticket.
Of course, Amy Pascal was asked too.
Pascal wants to see an, “Oprah and Elizabeth Warren,” ticket.
Some of their choices were bordered on insanity and completely unfeasible.
Paramount TV President Nicole Clemens claimed she wanted a “George Clooney/Beto O’Rourke” candidacy.
But the most bizarre choice came from Warner Bros. TV Executive Vice-President of development Susan Rovner who said she wanted Oprah and “Dolly Parton.” Rovner then added, “I actually have asked them both to run, I even made T-shirts. Unfortunately, I don’t think I convinced either of them.”
Consider this a matter of trying to speak it into existence. As a matter of fact, speaking these choices into existence is a legitimate tactic by these female executives and The Hollywood Reporter.
If you notice there is a common thread here, which is that all but one of them wants to see at least one female on the ticket.
To show you the extent of the delusion, Matthew Yglesias, a liberal writer from an online magazine, tried to argue in a December 12th article entitled “It’s ridiculous that it’s unconstitutional for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to run for president.”
The 29-year-old congresswoman is six years younger than the required age – 35-years-old – to run for president, but even if she was of age, Ocasio-Cortez has yet to work one day in Congress yet and that won’t happen until January.
Yglesias literally tries to argue that she should run and “dare” the Supreme Court to try and stop her.
These are the kind of desperate pathetic delusions coming from the left because they are terrified Trump will win a second term. That’s why some of their choices are so far out of the box that it’s laughable and embarrassing.