Apparently, Sarandon has made a decision to not fight - but she continues to throw Clinton under the bus, attacking her as "terrible" to LGBT people, when the evidence says otherwise.
"Recently, I said "I stand with Dreamers" [children of illegal immigrants' whose path to U.S. citizenship has been threatened by the Trump administration] and that started another wave", she added.
Sarandon said she had previously supported Clinton when she ran for Senate in 2001.
Sarandon also pointed to the fact that, "you can't judge by the mainstream media what's going on in the country", a quote which The Guardian placed inside parentheses and described as "the space where the extreme right meets the left". Yet, oddly, she also admits to telling women fighting for the Equal Rights Movements to "calm down", and isn't afraid to tell her gay friends about which politicians really are pro-gay. "But he didn't go all the way because of big pharma".
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Traditionally criticized by the right for her calls for social and economic justice at home and a non-interventionist foreign policy overseas, Sarandon noted that today, she is attacked exclusively by the Clinton-supporting left. "I got from Hillary people [hateful messages like] "I hope your crotch is grabbed", 'I hope you're raped.' Misogynistic attacks".
Sarandon thinks the blame levied at her over Clinton's loss is part of the reason Democrats will lose again. "But that was just one glimpse of a fairly emotional and strident definition, and there was a period when young women didn't want that label", she told the Guardian. She claims that things "wouldn't be much smoother" if Hillary Clinton would have won the election, and that there were still a lot of women out there who must've been flattered to be sleeping with Harvey Weinstein and James Toback.
"It's upsetting to me more from the point of view of thinking they haven't learned", she added.
Nope. Sarandon noted to the outlet: "Look what happened under [former President Barack] Obama that we didn't notice". Which was sneakily. He deported more people than have been deported now.
Due to her vocal non-endorsement of Hillary, the actress - a Bernie Sanders supporter who voted for Jill Stein in the general election - says she continues to get flack from the left even while standing with them on select issues.