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LOL: Insane Hollywood Feminist Actress TRIGGERED About Seeing Too Many Men On Movie Sets

In a sea of empty virtue signaling losers, the incessant effort to leapfrog over other actors and actresses never ends. If one person pledges to end world hunger or reduce their carbon footprint to zero, then someone else has to come along and point out that all nine of their kids identify as non-binary or that they voted twice for Joe Biden.

Anything you can do, I can do better. That’s the song, right? Except in this case, by “better” we mean “making things unbearably worse.” There is nothing more obnoxious than rich, spoiled, entitled, and meaningless adult pretenders patronizing the rest of us in front of a microphone or on stage.

Enter Andie McDowell, an actress best remembered for her role thirty years ago as the love interest opposite Bill Murray in Groundhog’s Day. While trying to stay relevant as an aging, forgotten actress, she interviewed with the far-left rag Marie Claire earlier this year.

You can’t make this up. In the interview, she fully admits to having had a full breakdown, inspired by then-President Donald Trump simply being in the White House, and how seeing too many men in a given setting induce panic, anxiety, and rage. 

I was always really good at not letting it affect me. I let things roll off. Sometimes I watch bad behavior and feel sorry for the person who’s behaving poorly, because they have to be suffering on some level to behave like that. MeToo has been interesting—you do see the difference on set. There are a lot more women.

I had this kind of crazy experience, right after Trump got elected. I was really disturbed that nobody seemed to care about the vagina[-grabbing] comment; I had gotten really sad. I went to do a job, a day’s work, and I had my very first panic attack. I was getting ready to shoot something, and I turn around and it’s, like, a roomful of men. Like, a sea of men. 

It flashed on something that was personal for me. And I dropped to my knees. I left the room, and went into this fake bathroom on the set, and looked at myself in the mirror and said, “Get your shit together.” It just freaked me out, not seeing any other women. It’s not that I have anything against men. I don’t! I just don’t like big groups of them. Since then, I’ve become very conscious of looking around and finding the women on set. For comfort.

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Gen Z Conservative aptly pointed out that the double standards here are remarkable, as are the desrtucgive forces of feminism and the #MeToo movement.

Now let’s see what happens if someone like Chris Pratt says he’s freaked out by seeing so many women in his workplace. I have the feeling that things wouldn’t be as good for him afterward as they are for her.

Regardless, her interview shows how utterly insane things have gotten thanks to the #MeToo crowd. Now, thanks to the witch hunts that ensued from that, men don’t really like being in the workplace with women and women like MacDowell have panic attacks when they see men.

As it turns out, these adult pretenders really do entertain us – just not the ways they thought.

Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.

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