Ahead of California primary Hollywood actresses come out strong AGAINST Hillary

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On Thursday two of Hollywood’s elite unloaded on Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton.

One was Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon, a Sen. Bernie Sanders supporter. She told MSNBC’s Chris Jansing that she was confident that the former secretary of state would be indicted over her email scandal.

Clinton and Sanders are currently battling it out for California’s 548 Democratic delegates up for grabs at its Tuesday, June 7 primary, and some polls have the Vermont Independent edging past Clinton in the Golden State.

“Nobody is talking about the indictment,” Sarandon told Jansing. “What happens with that? Besides the trust issue of catching her in lies.”

When Jansing pointed out that there hasn’t been an indictment, Sarandon shot back, “There’s going to be. There’s going to be. I mean, it’s inevitable.”

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Clip via MSNBC.

Thursday evening, actress Rosario Dawson, another Sanders advocate, was prompted by a tweet to name Clinton’s “accomplishments” as secretary of state.

This was the tweet that compelled her to act.

So she fired back:

She added that Clinton’s speeches and answers to press questions are all thought out well in advance, as opposed to speaking naturally, from the heart.

John Leguizamo, the Twitter user that prompted Dawson into action, called for party unity and asked the actress not to hate Clinton, adding that he would never “h* on #Bernie.”

When Leguizamo appealed to Dawson’s sense of patriotism, claiming no one is above criticism, she shot back:

Not good news for Hillary ahead of California’s primary to take place on June 7. Polls show she can use all the help she can get.

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