Hillary Clinton Tweets Endorsement of 'Immigrants and Women' Line from Oscars
Failed presidential candidate jumps in on Jose Andres' Academy Award introduction
Never letting a political opportunity go to waste, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton jumped in on Twitter to support celebrity chef Jose Andres' Academy Award introduction.
Clinton took to Twitter to praise Andres, who accompanied actor Diego Luna to present the Academy Award nominee for best picture, for the Spanish-language film “Roma.”
“'Immigrants and women move humanity forward.' Well said, @chefjoseandres. #Oscars,” Clinton wrote.
The line was just a small excerpt from Andres’ extended speech, which noted the diversity and impact of “Roma" with a nod to women and immigrants.
“People of the world. Each person's life is a recipe all on its own, with different measures of joy and sadness, struggle and success, love and loss. The results are unique every time, even though all of the ingredients are universal,” he said.
“This beautiful, intimate film, one that gives a voice to the voiceless, reminds us of the understanding and compassion that we all owe to the invisible people in our lives. Immigrants and women who move humanity forward!”
Andres' remarks were followed by bellowing applause from the celebrity-packed attendance.
Last week, Clinton tweeted about “real national emergencies” that included “Americans dying for lack of health care,” seemingly forgetting that Obamacare is still in place.
Clinton criticized Trump’s declaration of a national emergency by offering what she deemed “real national emergencies.”
Chef José Andrés: Roma, the Oscar-nominated film, "reminds us of the understanding and compassion that we all owe to the invisible people in our lives: immigrants and women, who move humanity forward!" https://t.co/jUTPEwRqUN pic.twitter.com/sMuQtOiGeO— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 25, 2019
Hillary's “real national emergencies” are as follows:
- Relentless gun violence.
- Children separated from their families at the border
- Climate change
- Americans are dying for lack of health care.
Meanwhile, Clinton was also holding secret meetings with former Vice President Joe Biden and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar to discuss beating President Donald Trump in 2020.
The meetings allegedly took place at Clinton's home in Washington, DC, which focused on Biden and Klobuchar's possible 2020 bids.
Clinton met with Klobuchar before she announced her candidacy on February 10 in Minneapolis.