Having failed to make it in the world of politics by losing in not one but two presidential elections, Hillary Clinton is now trying to make it in the world of Hollywood.
She is currently at the Sundance Film Festival promoting the documentary Hillary, which is set to premiere in March and will tell the story of both her life and her abysmal political career. During an interview with Variety from the festival, Clinton weighed in on the “scandal” of no women being nominated for Best Director at the Academy Awards before shifting to her favorite topic of conversation: bashing President Donald Trump.
“I think it’s really a shame, especially because there were so many notable films this year by women directors,” Clinton lamented. “And you know, I know they’re making an effort, and I applaud them for their effort. But I really hope that it’s not just an effort; it produces some results and the work that women are doing and the importance of it is recognized by the Academy every year.”
It’s deliciously ironic that at this time four years ago, Clinton assumed that she would be a longtime resident of the White House by this point who spends her days dealing with top secret matters of national security. Instead, she’s been relegated to weighing in on ridiculous Hollywood scandals that hold no importance to the world at large.
Unsurprisingly, Clinton was not at Sundance for very long before she started bashing Trump and whining about the fact that she beat him in the popular vote in the 2016 election, going so far as to call for the Electoral College to be abolished.
“The person who gets the most votes should win,” she said, according to Breitbart News. “The Electoral College is an anachronism that foils the rights of the majority of Americans to choose our leaders.”
Clinton added that she does not believe Trump can win again in 2020, saying that “there’s a story now to be told.”
“Before he was a blank slate. He was a guy that people saw on their TVs. As you know, he was a reality TV star,” Clinton argued. “Now I think there’s a record that he’s going to have to be held accountable for.”
With the economy flourishing and unemployment at a fifty year-low, it’s unclear how exactly Clinton feels that Trump’s “record” will get him booted from the White House later this year. Then again, Clinton’s case of Trump Derangement Syndrome is so advanced at this point that she is likely in full denial about all of the good he has done since taking office.
Clinton showed her level of denial once again during her time at Sundance when she admitted that she “certainly feels the urge” to run for president again this year “because I feel the 2016 election was a really odd time and an odd outcome.” The fact that Clinton feels she could actually beat Trump this year after losing two presidential elections in the past just goes to show how out of touch with reality she has become.
As President Trump would say, SAD!