Report: Hollywood ‘Scripted’ Hillary Clinton Presidency for Decades

A report from Media Research Center's NewsBusters goes in-depth on …

A report from Media Research Center’s NewsBusters goes in-depth on how Hollywood films and television shows have spent decades subtly preparing American citizens for an inevitable Hillary Clinton presidency.

MRC’s Maggie McKneely details how at least five popular television series — Commander-in-Chief, State of Affairs, Political Animals, The Good Wife and Madam Secretary — are all based on Clinton’s life, as are powerful female politician characters in TV shows like 24 and House of Cards.

The Clinton promotion has continued even with some big-budget blockbuster films this year, including Independence Day: Resurgence, in which actress Sela Ward portrays a pantsuit-wearing female president that she says was expressly modeled on Clinton.

Several popular musicians have also promoted Clinton in their music, and the now-presumptive Democratic nominee has also been promoted in dozens of children’s books, and with children’s toys.

“If she doesn’t win, that’ll be 30 years of work wasted,” McKneely writes.

From NewsBusters:

The Hillary Clinton propaganda machine has been hard at work leading up to her presumptive presidential nomination. Entertainment media have been littered with a multitude of TV shows, movies, children’s books, and even songs inspired by the Democratic candidate.

It’s typical for the media to get involved in a campaign during an election cycle. But in the case of Hillary Clinton, the media have been laying the groundwork for her ascendance to the Presidency since the early 1990s.

Beginning with an episode in the ‘90s featuring President Hillary Clinton, audiences have been treated to Hillary-inspired female presidents and politicians, fictional TV characters endorsing the real-life former FLOTUS, and children’s’ books singing her praises. Pro-Hillary propaganda has been saturating the entertainment world.

And this isn’t just a right-wing conspiracy theory: big names like Morgan Freeman and Sigourney Weaver have cited Clinton as inspiration for their projects.

It gets worse. From gospel hymns to Hillary to children’s books that offer up Clinton as an example of girl power, we’ve had three decades of liberals imagining – and pushing for – a Hillary Clinton Administration.

Read the full report at Media Research Center’s NewsBusters.


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