Ben Shapiro
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Hillary Clinton is not that fascinating a person. According to those who have spent time with her, she's harsh and demanding. According to those who haven't -- like her husband -- she's a delight. But Hollywood is going psycho for the former secretary of state, pumping out a veritable cornucopia of Hillary propaganda in preparation for her anointment in 2016.

First, there's an NBC miniseries in the works, retelling the period of Clinton's life when she transformed from pseudo-wronged first lady to secretary of state. The miniseries will span the time period from 1998 and the Lewinsky scandal forward. In an eminently sycophantic bit of casting, the lovely Diane Lane will be playing the significantly less lovely Mrs. Clinton. The press statement on the miniseries sounds like a logline from Hillary's prospective gravestone: "Clinton's life as a wife, mother, politician and cabinet member." The mini-series is slated to premier in 2015. Undoubtedly, it will ignore Hillary's Machiavellian manipulations with regard to the "vast right-wing conspiracy," her alleged anti-Semitic slurs, her carpetbagging, her accomplishment-free tenure in the Senate and her dramatically unsuccessful term as secretary of state. Don't even bother asking about Benghazi.

But that's only Hollywood's first step. Next, Tinseltown will be releasing a biopic of Hillary from her early life, when she was going out with Bill Clinton and hanging around in the Nixon administration. The author of the script, one Young Il Kim, says the movie is "really a journey of a woman who was torn between her personal desires and her professional ambition." The script itself is said to be on the ridiculous side, with a scene in which Hillary and Bill "devour" each other (that fictional meal may have been one of the only two Bill ever had with Hillary): a line in which Hillary tells Bill "I love you and I want to f--- you," and an explanation of why Hillary wears pantsuits. Starlets including Carrie Mulligan, Scarlett Johansson, Amanda Seyfried and Reese Witherspoon have reportedly been considered to play Hillary.

Finally, there's a Hillary documentary produced by Oscar-winner Charles Ferguson and funded by CNN. CNN expects the documentary to show up in theaters before broadcasting on the most trusted name in news. Or, rather, in snooze.

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Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro is an attorney, a writer and a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center. He is editor-at-large of Breitbart and author of the best-selling book "Primetime Propaganda: The True Hollywood Story of How the Left Took Over Your TV."
 
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