(GoRealNewsNow.com) – The top sore loser heavyweight in the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, has found a new way to make herself look like a fool after she tried to make the Barbie film’s snubs at the Oscars about herself, causing a wave of posts mocking her on social media.
Check out Hillary Clinton’s embarrassing social media post below!
In a post on X, Clinton, best known for her devastating loss of the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump, seemingly compared herself to Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie, two prominent figures in the film industry.
Clinton’s declaration came after neither Gerwig nor Robbie received individual nominations for Academy Awards despite their significant contributions to the movie “Barbie.”
“Greta & Margot, While it can sting to win the box office but not take home the gold, your millions of fans love you. You’re both so much more than Kenough. #HillaryBarbie,” the former first lady wrote on X.
This comparison drew a barrage of criticism from the public, particularly targeting Clinton, The Daily Wire observes in a report.
Many responders used this opportunity to remind the 76-year-old former Democrat presidential candidate of her strategic misstep in the 2016 election – not campaigning in Wisconsin.
This decision is widely considered a pivotal factor in her defeat to Donald Trump.
“Margot really should’ve visited Wisconsin,” one notable response wryly suggested,
“How dare those other women get nominated. This is just more proof of sexism in the entertainment industry,” read another comment.
Further, the social media backlash included blunt assessments of both the movie “Barbie” and Clinton’s political career.
“Barbie was a bad movie. Just because it made a lot of money doesn’t make it good or a winner. Similarly, just because Hillary Clinton got a lot of votes doesn’t make her good or President of the United States,” an X user remarked.
The same user contrasted these with the film “Oppenheimer” and Trump’s candidacy.
“Oppenheimer was a much better film. And Trump a better candidate,” the post concluded.
The report notes that “Oppenheimer” led the Oscar nominations with a total of 13, including for Best Picture and Best Director. “Poor Things” followed closely with 11 nominations.
“Barbie” did receive eight nominations, including for Best Picture, but there was notable disappointment among fans that Robbie was not nominated for Best Actress and Gerwig was overlooked for Best Director.
The film’s male lead, Ryan Gosling, was nominated for Best Supporting Actor, and America Ferrara for Best Supporting Actress.
Greta & Margot,
While it can sting to win the box office but not take home the gold, your millions of fans love you.
You’re both so much more than Kenough.#HillaryBarbie
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 24, 2024