The Obamas already struck a deal with Netflix to develop shows for the streaming platform, so Hillary Clinton must have thought there was some money to be made after sales of “What Happened” dropped off.
Word is that she and her daughter Chelsea are starting their own production company to “use film and television to influence culture and society,” according to Bloomberg. That’s good, because Lord knows there just wasn’t enough left-wing concent being produced in Hollywood.
— Lucas Shaw (@Lucas_Shaw) May 30, 2019
NEW: Hillary Clinton and daughter Chelsea form Hollywood production company https://t.co/HQgE6tNl1S
— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) May 30, 2019
Likable Enough Films https://t.co/xFvErNfqkJ
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) May 30, 2019
But Her Emails Entertainment.
— Steve Daly (@SteveDaly15) May 30, 2019
Not A Foundation Ltd.
— Here we are (@VWHORUSHD) May 30, 2019
— TheReal Gus (@IAmTheRealGus) May 30, 2019
Where’s Wisconsin? Productions
— Dave (@heyyoudvd) May 30, 2019
Barely Tolerable Films
— Kathy Bovenschen ????❤️ (@kasubo) May 30, 2019
Blame Game Productions
— IdeologyGoggles (@IdeologyGoggles) May 30, 2019
How about Bleach Bit Productions. We make deplorable and irredeemable movies for the unwashed masses!
— Bigrich104 (@Bigrich104) May 30, 2019
Nasty Women Productions
— Bryan S. Matthews (@BryanMatthews74) May 30, 2019
At This Point What Does It Matter Films?
— Steve Wallace (@waldo559) May 30, 2019
Waiting Van Pictures
— Reporting Live From The Swamp (@Magnum_CK) May 30, 2019
Polls say they have a 99% of producing a winning film.
— Joe MacKinnon (@JTMacKinnon) May 30, 2019
On to the next grift.
— David Stock (@David_A_Stock) May 30, 2019
At least they won't be coming to Georgia?
— Georgia Guy (@southernguy1969) May 30, 2019
Gahhh…why can't they just go away??? pic.twitter.com/R25ixk5TF7
— Misty Callahan (@MistyACallahan) May 30, 2019
Hey @HillaryClinton you can finally be a president
A fictional one, on TV
— Some random thoughts (@someideasnstuff) May 30, 2019
Are they going to let Bill audition the aspiring actresses? Sounds right up his alley.
— ARPoke (@willham_south) May 30, 2019
In case you care, Bloomberg reports that they plan to “focus on stories by and about women.” How about adapting Juanita Broaddrick’s book into a motion picture?
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 21, 2018