With Hillary’s scorched earth march on Washington there will be no refuge from the attack of the killer vaginas this summer and that includes at the nation’s movie theaters. The big budget remake of the 1984 smash hit Ghostbusters will feature women in the lead roles previously played by Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson. Remakes typically suck out loud and it’s an interesting variation that meshes with the reality of the year of gender politics. The reboot of the classic as a chick flick has already resulted in much criticism – the official trailer had the dubious honor of being ranked as the most hated of all time on You Tube – and the feminists are swarming to blast those who have a problem with the flick as woman haters, misogynists and sexists. It is just the way that we roll in the era of forced diversity and the liberal crusade to stigmatize and censor any of those whose free speech that they disapprove of.

And of course all but formally crowned Republican nominee Donald Trump figures into the sliming because God forbid that the Hillemmmings miss any opportunity to get in their digs at the candidate as being a woman hater which is the crux of Hillary’s campaign and one that will ultimately end up as a disaster. The Donald had the audacity to make comments critical of the film well over a year ago along the lines of  “…and now they’re making Ghostbusters with only women. What’s going on?!” which are now being used by the Clinton smear brigades to add to the case that they are building that he is unfit for high office because — well because he’s a sexist. For the record Trump also criticized the upcoming Indiana Jones movie that reportedly doesn’t have Harrison Ford in the role that he made famous, but held to a different standard it’s not just the complaining of a movie traditionalist but slam dunk proof of his misogyny.

The Daily Beast inveighs against Trump in the article “Donald Trump’s Sexist Anti-‘Ghostbusters’ Crusade Goes Mainstream”:

The first angry, famous nerd to purse his lips, lift his sausage fingers in the air, and rail publicly—and loudly—against Sony’s female-led Ghostbusters reboot unleashed his flimsy outrage on the Internet just over a year ago.

“They’re remaking Indiana Jones without Harrison Ford—you can’t do that!” shouted GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, waving his hands around emphatically for added agitated effect. “And now they’re making Ghostbusters with only women. What’s going on?!”

What is going on, indeed. Up is down. Right is now horribly wrong. The torch has been passed from the heroes of yesterday (aka your childhood) to new heroes who might just inspire the same kind of love for a new generation of movie lovers. And now a new vocal and irate critic has weighed in with a rallying volley for the misogyny-flecked backlash against the all-female Ghostbusters.

Of course it’s all going to be about politics, it was announced that none other than Queen Hillary herself would be appearing on the Ellen Degeneres show later this month with the female cast of Ghostbusters.

As reported by Breitbart News “Hillary Clinton to Join Cast of All-Female ‘Ghostbusters’ on ‘Ellen’”:

Hillary Clinton will join the cast members of the new all-female Ghostbusters remake on the Ellen DeGeneres Show later this month.
DeGeneres revealed the news in a tweet early Tuesday morning:

“Get your Woman Cards ready,” the talk show host joked.

The new all-female Ghostbusters — starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon — is set to be released July 15.

Earlier this month, the trailer earned the dubious distinction of being the most-disliked trailer in YouTube history. As of this post, the trailer has been “thumbs-downed” more than 797,000 times.
The film has received criticism over its all-female cast, as well as angry accusations that the sole black Ghostbuster in the film (played by SNL‘s Leslie Jones) represents a stereotype of black women.

Director Paul Feig responded to the criticism of his film earlier this month, telling the New York Daily News that “geek culture is home to some of the biggest a**holes I’ve ever met in my life.”

Not that any further proof is necessary that Mrs. Clinton has zero shame but her jumping aboard the Ghostbusters backlash wagon is pretty sleazy even for a diabolical bitch like her. She would have been better suited for an actual role in the movie – perhaps as the 2016 version of the Stay Puft marshmallow man lumbering through the streets of New York in her red, white and blue pantsuit.

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