‘Someone get Memaw back in the house’: Hillary Clinton TORCHED for film festival appearance

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has seemingly only ever wanted power, but after her repeated failed efforts to secure the presidency following her deliberate ascension from first lady of Arkansas to Capitol Hill, her current efforts at celebrity have left many ridiculing the wannabe commander-in-chief as the nation flounders under Democratic policies.

On Wednesday, the 79th annual Venice Film Festival was underway and Clinton was in attendance for the red carpet premiere of director Noah Baumbach’s Netflix film “White Noise.” While her attire garnered its own negative feedback, the mere appearance of the 74-year-old former diplomat was enough to draw a rebuke.

Joining Italian culture minister Dario Franceschini at the event, one critique pointed out the grossness of the elite display by the supposed compassionate progressive while many suffer from the policies that she favors.

“Completely unnecessary in a era of mass homelessness and death,” one Twitter user wrote in reaction to Clinton’s appearance.

The former senator and first lady recently embarked on a foray into the slush funds of Hollywood with the launch of her new production company, HiddenLight Productions, responsible for the upcoming Netflix documentary “In Her Hands.”

That project along with the Apple TV+ series “Gutsy” based on “The Book of Gutsy Women” co-written by Clinton and her daughter Chelsea, are both helmed by the mother-daughter duo looking to highlight progressives like Gloria Steinem, Amy Schumer, and Wanda Sykes.

Netflix expressed to the Hollywood Reporter that the former secretary’s appearance had nothing to do with them. A representative said, “Hillary was a guest of the festival’s for the opening night. Not our doing, but of course, we are working with her on ‘In Her Hands’ which is premiering…on Nov. 16th.”

As it turned out, her attendance was related to a Thursday presentation at the DVF Awards as part of the Diller – von Furstenberg Family Foundation to honor “extraordinary women who are dedicated to transforming the lives of other women; women who have had the courage to fight, the power to survive and the leadership to inspire.”

Of course, the irony of Clinton’s supposed reason for being at the film festival to contribute to a fashion designer’s award presentation only heightened the mockery that she faced for the outfit that she wore on the red carpet.

The harsh criticism of Clinton’s red carpet attire followed similar mockery in August when first lady Jill Biden was seen shopping while on vacation in South Carolina wearing a dress that was compared by many to household wares and even to the design of adult diapers.

Clinton had equally been called out for her less than stellar appearance as one social media user pitted the two first ladies head-to-head in a “who wore it best?” contest describing the competition as “hanging gut handbag v. the diaper clutch.”

Perhaps the most pressing question on some users’ minds was posed by one observer who merely asked, “How many people did she kill before she got there?”


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