FeMOMist writer declares war on ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ movie, but she never saw this coming

Not every African-American female is a Hillary fan, as Rand suggests. Clinton was panned for racist comments in the past. Image via Twitter.

Feminists will never forgive Susan Sarandon for not backing Hillary, and one Huffington Post’s contributors is willing to boycott the actress’ next movie to prove it.

Jennifer Rand probably wishes she had waited a few more days before slamming Sarandon as the “ultimate bad mom,” declaring she’s taking a pass on the new movie A Bad Moms Christmas because of Sarandon’s role.

Rand who self-describes as a “FeMOMist” revealed the sore-loser thinking of a liberal not willing to grasp reality – past or present — in a long diatribe blasting women for Donald Trump’s presidency.

Rand explained that when she saw the first Bad Moms movie she wasn’t as jaded politically and recalled that she and her friends had sipped wine coolers and had a fun girl’s night out.

But that’s all changed since this time around as Rand sees things in a different light. She took specific aim at the 53 percent of female Trump voters, and one very vocal Bernie Sanders’ supporter, actress Susan Sarandon.

Egg, prepare to meet face:

You see, I am one of the 47 percent of white women who, along with a whopping 94 percent of African-American women, chose correctly in the 2016 election, proudly voting for the most qualified person ever to run for presidency: Hillary Rodham Clinton.

 

Rand’s embarrassing post described Clinton’s caring heart for the nation’s downtrodden and minorities. Of course, she completely glossed over the fact that Clinton ignored blue-collar workers in rust belt states, but what are facts when you just feel inside that you’re right. Right?

One day after Rand’s post was published,  Donna Brazile dropped the bombshell that the oh-so-saintly Clinton rigged the Democrat primary election in her favor.  And Rand’s diatribe rings even more ignorant and hollow given her hatred for Sanders seems to run almost as deeply as it does for Trump:

… Clinton ran against another angry white man: Bernie Sanders. His grandiose promises rang hollow with us as we heard Hillary’s detailed solutions for how we would achieve meaningful progress under her pragmatic leadership. Although the media had a love affair with Bernie, we knew better: He was a career politician who had failed to accomplish anything in Congress over a thirty-year period of time.

 

Rand droned on with all the tired Dem talking points, blaming women Trump voters for being privileged, racist, too religious and afraid to vote against their male counterparts.

Then came the doozy:

So, how does Susan Sarandon, a protagonist in one of the greatest feminist movies of all time (Thelma & Louise), figure in to all of this? I’m so glad you asked.

Sarandon injected herself into the divisive 2016 election debate early on, as an impassioned Bernie Sanders supporter. Using her platform as a famed Hollywood actress, she spoke out unfairly against Hillary Clinton, and gave cover to Sanders, who preached general socialist principles that ignored or minimized the import of human and civil rights for women and people of color. She told young women not to vote with their vaginas, but rather to vote for a candidate that had no chance of winning.

 

As many Americans have come to discover, Sanders could have had a bigger chance of winning the primary than many would have expected. Except of course, for Donald Trump who knew all along:

https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/732148805118885889?lang=en

Not only did Trump prove to be smarter than Rand (and a whole lot of others) about the truth, Susan Sarandon seemed to hint she knew what was up. Sarandon’s facial expressions at the Democratic National Convention in 2016 said it all.

It was a display that irked Rand as she took the time to point out the following tweet, which Sarandon later quote-tweeted with the word “accurate”:

Sarandon enraged Rand and fellow feminists by taking a controversial position, and had said fear of Donald Trump was not enough to support a woman as corrupt as Hillary Clinton. Rand didn’t forget it, and because Sarandon has a role in the “Bad Moms” movie she vowed to sit this one out:

All of this contributes to why I don’t find Susan Sarandon’s role in a comedy about women and moms to be at all funny, but rather, insulting and ironic.  Sarandon is in fact the ultimate “bad mom,” who put her own petty whims ahead of a nation of daughters and granddaughters, including her own.

 

Needles to say, Rand’s vitriolic sour grapes article didn’t age well – and it was only one day old!

And lest we forget the report that the Hillary campaign paid millions for a bogus dossier concocted to destroy then-candidate Trump. And there’s the growing Uranium One scandal that signals the Clintons made bank while putting America’s national security at risk.

But, it’s Donna Brazile’s bombshell that directly flies in the face of Rand’s excruciating venting session.

So much for the squeaky-clean Clinton. I hope Rand has enough wine coolers to get through it all and catch up.

 

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