Shorter Dem plan for 2018: We corralled every celebrity we could think of, in 2016. And got beaten anyway. . So, let’s try the same failed strategy, again. Yee-haw!

Via Breitbart.

Hillary Clinton’s celebrity-backed White House bid in 2016 was an epic failure, so Democrats are doubling down and turning to Hollywood for help to persuaded voters heading to the polls in November.

The Democratic National Committee and Democratic members of Congress are teaming with celebrities to craft campaign messages to win over the voters in middle America.

DNC Chairman Tom Perez and top Democrats have met with groups of Hollywood writers, producers, and actors to work on upcoming elections….

David Mandel, executive producer of the HBO Emmy-winning comedy series Veep, did note that maybe Hollywood isn’t the best messenger.

“Look, the world knows they don’t necessarily need Hollywood telling people what to do,” Mandel told Politico. “I have no desire to tell people what to do.”

But, the producer added, “One thing I think we are pretty good at is getting the word out on something.”….

Um, ok… then go for it.

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  1. midget says:

    Can’t wait. Hope there’s a laugh track.

  2. Alain41 says:

    Democrat Party is still split. Hillary got Bernie to begrudgingly support her, but she never tried to win his supporters over. Took their votes for granted. When your agreement is hatred, best to have loveable surrogates as your face. Don’t think this will go well for the Dorian Party.

  3. idaho_karen says:

    Good luck with that! I never go to the movies and try to get all the movies I want to see from my local library.. Yes I pay taxes for my library, but at least it’s not a direct credit card to corrupt Hollywood.

    And if Hollywood and all the assorted perverted producers, directors, actors went away tomorrow, I wouldn’t miss them.

  4. Gordon says:

    Why should we care about the opinions from people that live in a fantasy world ?

  5. This looks to me like a failure to understand the difference between entertaining and persuading. The first is much easier than the second.

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