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"Cher's attack on Sarah is yet another example of how liberal women in all types of powerful positions stand up for only those women who adhere to their ideology," Nance told Fox News."If you're a conservative woman, prepare to be thrown out of the feminist tent. But they don't support all women and especially those of us who support life." Dan Gainor, vice president of business and culture at the Media Research Center, echoed Nance's comments adding that the recent attacks on Sanders' looks are "especially offensive." "They don't just attack her for being conservative. They blast her clothes and say she dresses like a 'sister wife,'" Gainor said. Chelsea Handler called her a 'harlot' with 'summer whore lipstick.' And these are women doing this.The show has improved slowly but sure, til the point where they can get an average of 650k viewers per show--competing against Letterman and Leno. She's a breath of fresh air- instead of asking boring questions to celebrity, she often asks them what people want to hear from them.
This is honestly one of the best shows I've seen in a long time.
We sat down at a recent press conference with Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon, Chelsea Handler and director Mc G to talk about what happens when a longstanding personal and professional bond is put to the test. Mc G: I think put simply, there’s a great old Robert Altman adage that the best thing you can do as a director is to cast the film properly. And the chemistry these two girls have from a place of buddy dynamics. I enjoy that the most powerful person in Hollywood is indeed a Black woman in Oprah Winfrey. I love ethnic diversity all over the place, but I just felt like Chelsea was the right one. One of the strongest aspects of the film is the chemistry between Chelsea and Reese and the conversations that they have. HANDLER: Reese and I had met a few times but we really got to know each other over the film. We met at breakfast and she asked me if I would want to do this. Mc G: Chelsea’s a good person and that’s why you have Reese attracted to that and letting her in and that’s where the chemistry lies. I was on a chain trapeze at the time and I caught it in one of the links. Mc G: Yeah, but she was in a harness and raised fifty feet off the ground, hanging from a wire. But, from a place of leadership, as I said earlier, Reese was the sun around which the whole production orbits. She’s just on her mark, very professional and ready to go. I think a lot of people are going to chase her now to do it, and I’m delighted that you made your big debut in that capacity. He’s a good sport to play along in a decidedly Americana pop film. Reese, was there anything stunt-wise that Mc G wanted you to do that you didn’t want to do? Mc G: Yeah, I think the film only works if you’re rooting for both the guys. They’re both interesting for different reasons.” We wanted to have flexibility.
Reese and Tom revealed why their paint ball scene turned into a real ice breaker. If you have Reese and you have Tom and you have Chris driving that triangle and then you have Chelsea to come in and steal scenes, it makes everything very, very simple and it flows from there. I would just listen to them walking back to video village and go let’s cherrypick that and use that in a scene because it’s incredible. You’re living vicariously through a girl who’s dating two foxy guys. I would imagine he’s killed people somewhere along the way. And, of course, I did because Reese always makes good decisions with movies so I figured if I was going to do one, it would be my best bet to do it with her. They felt comfortable and we just tried to create an environment where they could do what they wanted to do and be off book and succeed wildly and fail on occasion. We even talked about two endings and releasing it …
Their message is that some women will be supported. Imagine the media outrage if conservatives dared to treat a liberal woman with such disgust." He added, "Liberals hate anyone who doesn't side with them." Branding and public relations expert Scott Pinsker told Fox News these stars are hurting their brands by attacking Trump's press secretary.
"An awful lot of women in America look more like Sarah Sanders than the Hollywood starlets who are bashing Trump and his supporters on all the award shows," Pinsker explained.