In a new video released by Humanity for Hillary, celebs made a feminist plea for voting more women into office. And yes, #ThisIsWhatMyRevolutionLooksLike was a shameless plug for Hillary.
The advocacy group's website calls itself a "progressive collective of activists and artists creating smart, human strategies to counter false negatives about Hillary Clinton and communicate her truth." (Get that? “her truth.”) Further down the page, the site reads: "We strongly want more women, more people of color, and more Democrats in office." Of course they do, and that's just who they highlighted in their star-studded video.
Girls creator, actress and rape hoaxer Lena Dunham, former The View host Rosie Perez, OITNB actresses Uzo Aduba, Taylor Schilling, Natasha Lyonne and Lea DeLaria and far-left CNN correspondent Sally Kohn all described their ideas for what a female revolution looked like.
"It looks like women finally having a seat at the table … at the head of the table," declared Dunham. "Which I'm totally cool with," a man spoke up.
"Women made up 53 percent of all voters in the last election," added Aduba. "And yet we only make up 19.4 percent of our congress." Hmm, whose fault was that? Yet, this apparently unpalatable revelation was greeted with "what the f*ck!" Wow, women can be just as vulgar as men – you’ve come a long way, baby!
"Maybe that's why we have no equal rights amendment," Lyonne chimed in. "No paid family leave like literally every other developed nation in this world," added Schilling.
The video got an immediate stamp of approval from Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion mill in America. She tweeted it out to her followers with the text: "Love all these powerful women! #ThisIsWhatMyRevolutionLooksLike"
Later in the video, Kohn mentioned that women "bust our asses at our jobs while also doing our other job of taking care of our families." (Whoa, did she just say it’s a woman's job to take care of the family? Sounds a bit sexist to me …)
Other actresses explained that their revolutions looked like "a woman's right to choose being protected and strengthened" and "the first presidential cabinet with at least fifty percent of all positions filled by women." Forget merit-based appointment. We just need more women!
"It means after 240 years, a woman, a mother and a grandmother, finally leading this country as president of the United Stites."
"Ooo, that gives me chills," enthused Dunham.
“Leading by listening, communicating, collaborating, consensus building, and with love, because that's how we women do it … So you say you want a revolution? … Vote some women into office!”
Just not conservative women, mind you.