After her embarrassing loss to President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton has made it clear that she will do, say, and wear just about anything to remain relevant.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Clinton has teamed up with director Steven Spielberg to produce a television drama that depicts women getting the right to vote. She will serve as the executive producer of the show.
The show, which was adapted from the book, titled, “The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote,” will reportedly center around the women’s suffrage movement and the circumstances surrounding the ratification of the 19th Amendment — which gave women the right to vote in America.
Here’s what Clinton said about the new show, per The Hollywood Reporter:
“At the heart of democracy lies the ballot box, and Elaine Weiss’ unforgettable book tells the story of the female leaders who– in the face of towering economic, racial and political opposition– fought for and won American women’s right to vote.”
“Unfolding over six weeks in the summer of 1920, The Woman’s Hour is both a page-turning drama and an inspiration for everyone, young and old, male and female, in these perilous times. So much could have gone wrong, but these American women would not take no for an answer: their triumph is our legacy to guard and emulate.”
“I am thrilled to be working with Elaine, Steven and everyone at Amblin Television on bringing this important project to audiences everywhere.”
Hillary Clinton is teaming with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television to bring Elaine Weiss' critically acclaimed book 'The Woman's Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote' to the small screen. The drama will mark Clinton's debut as an exec producer https://t.co/TY8h4sz7f8
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) August 1, 2018
I’m thrilled to be joining forces with Steven Spielberg to bring @efweiss5’s book “The Woman’s Hour” to TV. It’s about the women who fought for suffrage nearly 100 years ago. We stand on their shoulders, and I’m delighted to have a hand in helping to tell their stories.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 1, 2018
News of Clinton apparently doing anything to remain relevant follows reports earlier this week that she made the maximum donation of $5,000 to 19 Democrats to help her party win back control of Congress in November.
Since the election, she has also repeatedly attacked the president, making a slew of controversial comments to show her pledge to the #Resistance.
Two weeks ago, Clinton ignited a firestorm online when she wore a “muumuu” to attack Trump.
Speaking at OzyFest in New York, Clinton insulted Americans, and said anyone who doesn’t believe Trump’s policies are hurting America isn’t “walking around with their eyes open.”
Last month, Clinton appeared to imply that Trump’s nomination for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, will lead America back to the days of slavery.
Clinton said Kavanaugh being on the Supreme Court will return the country to 1850 — when the atrocities of slavery were taking place.
In March, she speculated that Americans only voted for Trump because they “didn’t like black people getting rights.”
“So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward, and his whole campaign — ‘Make America Great Again’ — was looking backwards. ‘You know, you didn’t like black people getting rights, you don’t like women, you know, getting jobs, you don’t want to, you know, see that Indian-Americans are succeeding more than you are — whatever your problem is, I’m going to solve it.’”
Clinton, who is obviously still deeply upset about her embarrassing loss in the election, is saying whatever she can to remain relevant.
Beyond that, it’s quite amazing to see Clinton go from being a presidential candidate to wearing a nightgown in public when trying to attack Trump, who is in the White House.
And now, she’s helping produce a television drama about women’s rights, which is more than likely another play at attacking Trump.