Susan Sarandon thought #Hillary would have taken us into #War By Now

The Guardian over the weekend did an interview with Susan Sarandon about her general stance on politics.  I found her stance on how the right attacked her:

“I’m not attacked from the right at all,” she will tell me. Instead, she is accused of not checking her white privilege, of throwing away her vote on a third-party candidate (the Green party nominee, Jill Stein) during the US presidential election, and of recklessly espousing a political cause that let Trump in through the backdoor. Liberals in the US, it seems, can summon more hatred for Sarandon right now than they can for Paul Ryan.

She talked about how she supported Hillary in 2001 and the nut jobs that where call her with threats:

It is often overlooked that in 2001, Sarandon supported Hillary Clinton’s run for the Senate. There are photos of them posing chummily together, grinning. Then Clinton voted for the war in Iraq and it all went downhill. During the last election, Sarandon supported Bernie Sanders, then wouldn’t support Clinton after she won the nomination, and now all the moderates hate her, to the extent, she says, that she had to change her phone number because people she identifies as Hillary trolls sent her threatening messages. “I got from Hillary people ‘I hope your crotch is grabbed’, ‘I hope you’re raped’. Misogynistic attacks. Recently, I said ‘I stand with Dreamers’ [children brought illegally to the US, whose path to legal citizenship – an Obama-era provision – Trump has threatened to revoke] and that started another wave.”

Wait, from the right?

“No, from the left! ‘How dare you! You who are responsible for this!’”

The final point of note for was about war and deportation:

Did she really say that Hillary was more dangerous than Trump?

“Not exactly, but I don’t mind that quote,” she says. “I did think she was very, very dangerous. We would still be fracking, we would be at war [if she was president]. It wouldn’t be much smoother. Look what happened under Obama that we didn’t notice.”

It seems absurd to argue that healthcare, childcare, taxation for the non-rich wouldn’t be better now under President Clinton, and that’s before we get to the threat of deportation hanging over millions of immigrants. “She would’ve done it the way Obama did it,” says Sarandon, “which was sneakily. He deported more people than have been deported now. How he got the Nobel peace prize I don’t know. I think it was very important to have a black family in the White House and I think some of the stuff he did was good. He tried really hard about healthcare. But he didn’t go all the way because of big pharma.”

Tags: #Obama, #Hillary, #HillaryClinton, #DonaldTrump, #Trump, #Immigration, #Deportation, #War, #Election2016, #SusanSarandon

Hacked NYT tweet claims Russia will attack US with missiles

Source: 70 News
Hacked NYT tweet claims Russia will attack US with missiles


Hacked NYT tweet claims Russia will attack US with missiles

( ) After apparently being hacked, a Twitter account belonging to the New York Times reported that Russia intended to launch a missile attack against the US. The newspaper is investigating the situation.


The gaffe affected the NYT’s video account, @nytvideo, which tweeted out the hoax on Sunday at around 9:40am ET, citing a “leaked statement” from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Though the alarming tweet was quickly deleted, others followed that were claimed by the hacker group OurMine, which has previously taken responsibility for hijacking a number of high-profile accounts on social media.


OurMine said it had “re-hacked” the account in order to stem the spread of misinformation after noticing that it had been broken into by a third party. Their messages were eventually deleted too.

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Okay, so Madonna promised blow jobs to Hillary fans if they’d vote for Hillary – and they obviously declined her offer because Hillary lost. The day after Trump’s inauguration as POTUS 45, the angry aging, singer during her D.C. speech at  women’s march, told her captive audience how she ‘thought of blowing up the White House’.  After Secret Service decided to investigate her loony threat, Madonna explained her speech as nothing but a ‘metaphor’. Then  earlier, the aging singer posted this on twitter:


Afraid Secret Service would go after her, the courageous new leader of the Democrat women deleted the post.

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She posted a photo of herself in the same furry black coat she wore to the march, overlain with white lettering that stated: 'I choose love! Are you with me?'