Thelma and Louise’s SUSAN SARANDON Not Gon’ Ride Or Die For HILLARY CLINTON (Chooses DONALD TRUMP Instead) + How Rational Thinking Goes Out The Window When A Person Simply Just Doesn’t Like ‘YOU’
One thing’s for certain and two-for sure like Scott Baio, who (as a basis that Trump could run a whole country for reasons given that Donald ‘speaks like he speaks’) just last week, reappeared from a good-looking 80s cocoon announcing his support of Donald Trump, such a thing can put the spotlight on you [but with] the curious question: Why?
I get it.
Like the fuzzy and plastic static of a velcro strap, if you’re tired of being strapped on the pre-millennial sideline and want to resurrect your career or draw attention to yourself, do (indeed of thought and word) attach yourself to Donald Trump and hell-your resurrection is guaranteed (well…at least for 15 minutes).
But given her successful, ongoing, career and credentials and especially being thought of as the girl’s girl (considering her leading role in the notorious Thelma and Louise)
…actress and activist Susan Sarandon sure as hell threw us all off a cliff when media reports circulated she jumped to lend her support to Donald Trump (specifically) over Hillary Clinton feeling that should Bernie fall, (rather than Hillary) she’d rather jump to Trump.
That being said, it’s safe to say that Sarandon sure as hell aint a gon’ ride or die for Hillary Clinton should Bernie Sanders not be in the running this November.
According to an interview Sarandon gave to MSNBC’s All In host Chris Hayes, Sarandon felt that should Bernie not make the cut in November, “principle” and “very passionate” people would probably rather stay at home or and walk away than vote for the “despised” Hillary Clinton.
As Hayes further probes Sarandon, she extended her reasons [for what she believed people felt about Clinton] asserting “She accepted money for all of those people. She doesn’t even want to fight for a $15 minimum wage, so these are people that have not come out before, so why would we think they’re going to come out now for her, you know?”
As Hayes further probes Sarandon, she extended her reasons [for what she believed people felt about Clinton] asserting:
“She accepted money for all of those people. She doesn’t even want to fight for a $15 minimum wage, so these are people that have not come out before, so why would we think they’re going to come out now for her, you know?”
As Hayes pressed on-explaining that should Sanders not be in the running he might very well ask his supporters to lend their support to Clinton (rather than Donald).
Sarandon then replied “I think Bernie would probably encourage people, because he doesn’t have any ego in this thing,” Susan suggests.
She then resorts to speaking for ‘people’ again, stating: “But I think a lot of people are… ‘Sorry, I just can’t bring myself to vote for Clinton.’”
At this point, Chris flat out, suddenly asks Susan to speak to for herself “How about you personally?” he asked.
To that she replied: “I don’t know. I’m going to see what happens.”
Appalled, Chris asked “really?”
“Really,” Sarandon replied.
She then flipped it back to