The only thing worse than “The Handmaid’s Tale” might be the insufferable self-righteousness and self-aggrandizement of its stars.
Get a load of star Elisabeth Moss’ take on filming in D.C.:
— Saba Hamedy (@saba_h) April 8, 2019
Hell yeah https://t.co/lMrFNmXEcm
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) April 8, 2019
All joking aside, it’s pretty clear that Moss is enamored with the sound of her own voice, but has she ever really stopped and listened to herself? Because if she did, she might find that she’s a lot less clever than she thinks she is.
"complete lack of freedom"
"responsibility to tell this story/express what I think"
— michaelnecker (@michaelnecker) April 8, 2019
If that were true you wouldn't be free to say it.#victimfantasy
— John Stephen Walsh (@jswriter65) April 8, 2019
Despite Moss’ insisting otherwise, “The Handmaid’s Tale” is, in fact, “pure fantasy.” And speaking of pure fantasy:
Her concerns would be easier to take seriously if Elisabeth Moss wasn't a member of Scientology. https://t.co/oFrgGGfMjX
— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) April 8, 2019
Well if the opinion wasn't crazy enough, the fact that she's a Scientologist just takes it to a whole new level.
— Jeff (@BlazerBeav) April 8, 2019
She should fix her Scientology problem first ?♀️
— RobMAGA (@DmlHoo) April 8, 2019
While the rest of America is actually pretty damn free to express what they think, what they feel, Moss and her pals in the Church of Scientology are not. Scientology is much closer to “The Handmaid’s Tale” than anything Donald Trump has done so far. But rather than denouncing her so-called Church, Moss continues to make excuses for them. So stunning and brave.
She's not insane. At all.
— Dragon Soup, Inc. (@Qin_Jiushao) April 8, 2019