Obama fanboy and unemployed “journalist” Jarrett Hill is embracing the adulation he is now receiving after being recognized as the person who outed Melania Trump for alleged plagiarism at the Republican National Convention.
Mrs. Trump repeated lines similar to first lady Michelle Obama’s address at the 2008 Democratic National Convention and Hill was the first, or quickest, to take notice. He tweeted a video clip of Melania’s remarks and a section of Obama’s speech, along with the caption: “CORRECTION: Melania stole a whole graph from Michelle’s speech.”
— Jarrett Hill (@JarrettHill) July 19, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter did a feature write-up on Hill that could double as an employment application worthy of the attention of some appreciative Democratic benefactor.
The entertainment news source described Hill as an “overnight celebrity” who was “at the center of the biggest moment of the Republican National Convention.”
“I would love to do television by day and interior design by night,” Hill said of the possibility of cashing in on his stroke of luck.
And while Hill said he’s “gotten a handful of calls and emails,” to include a couple of famous names, he told The Hollywood Reporter: “It’s not Beyoncé or anything.”
As for the “Obama fanboy” tag, Hill shared his views of Barack and Michelle Obama.
“I have been a longtime admirer of the Obamas, which is why I recognized Michelle’s quote. My screensaver is the Obamas at the White House,” he said. “I’m actually sad that they aren’t going to be our first family anymore. I’m pretty sure that I’m not going to meet them, but if I did, I would probably pee my pants.”
Access Hollywood also did it’s part in getting Hill’s name out there for a possible pay off, as seen here:
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