Hillary Emerges at 77th Tony Awards in Intricate Muumuu, Stresses ‘How Important it is to Vote’

June 17th, 2024 6:27 AM

Broadway stars and celebrity elites gave failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton a standing ovation at the 77th Tony Awards that aired live on CBS on Sunday night at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. 

Dressed in an intricate muumuu, Clinton appeared as one of the producers of a Shaina Taub musical called “Suffs,” which is about the “1913 women’s movement,” according to the show’s synopsis.

Who would have thunk that the Clinton had an artistic side to her?

Clinton went on to stress ‘how important it is to vote,” this without any verbal recommendations on who to vote for. Oddly enough, she didn’t utter the words, Joe or Biden.

Hillary Clinton: Thank you, and what an evening. [Applause continues] Now, I have stood on a lot of stages, but this is very special. I know a little bit about how hard it is to make change... So I am extremely proud of this original American musical by Shaina Taub, now a two-time Tony winner. [Applause] And, of course, it is about some American originals. The suffragists who fought so valiantly for so long to give women in our country the right to vote. It is almost impossible to think about what a challenge that was, but now it is an election year, and we need to be reminded about how important it is to vote. So please welcome the company of .... 

In fact, President Joe Biden wasn’t mentioned one time by name thoughtout the whole awards show by anyone.

Another topic the Broadway stars completely avoided was the Israel-Hamas war, which is surprising considering how politically vocal some of these stars have been in the past on various issues.

Not one person had the guts to condemn the atrocities committed by Hamas or even the alarming rise of anti-semitism in the U.S. — instead the audience and viewers at home were pummeled with identity politics and the LGBTQ agenda. 

For example, male dancers frolicked around on stage and kissed passionately during one the performances by the dance-musical “Illinoise,” which took home the Tony Award for Best Choreography.

The Tony Awards has been struggling to attract viewers for many years now. It should come as no surprise, as many everyday Americans are clearly tired of the lectures from the liberal elite, divisiveness, the focus on skin color and sex.