Hollywood actress Chloe Grace Moretz, best known for her role alongside Denzel Washington in “The Equalizer,” often gives her opinion on politics. The 20-year-old was extremely outspoken about the 2016 presidential elections, making her support for Hillary Clinton widely known.
Although Moretz’ candidate did not get elected, she has not quieted down about where her loyalty lies. While the actress has been adamant about her dislike for President Trump, this week she took it a step too far.
The actress was interviewed by Variety and was asked about her favorite female role models. The actress highlighted Hollywood elites such as Reese Witherspoon, Emma Watson, and Zoey Deutch. When asked about the Trump women in the White House, Moretz began bashing Melania and Ivanka, calling them weak.
The actress said, “I think some people are in a bubble and it’s a very sad bubble. I hate to see any woman not speaking up for themselves and what they believe in. I wish they were more aware of their surroundings and I wish they were more aware of what their husband and father are doing. It pains me to see people who are just speaking through this veiled curtain of privilege and they have no compass of what is real.”
She continued, “I think that young women deserve better role models. And I hate to see the way that Melania is treated- I think that she is treated really badly, and I hate to see a woman who is not respected by her own husband, and a daughter who doesn’t see that she is disrespected by her father. I think that’s really sad. I think they’re also products of mental manipulation. You can’t see the forest through the trees when you’re that deep.”
The actress did admit that she does not personally know Melania or Ivanka. She said that she can only speak to what she has seen from afar.
When asked about where her support will lie for the 2020 presidential elections, Moretz was quick to bring up Hillary’s name again.
She said, “I’ll support whoever is the best candidate and support whoever I really connect to and who will be perfect for our presidency. In my dream of dreams, I’m still like, ‘Hillary, maybe you’ll run again!’”
As a self-declared feminist, one must wonder why Chloe’s entire evaluation of Melania and Ivanka had to do with their relationship with another person, let alone a man. She did not judge them based on their own merit, work ethic, or morals, but rather on their relation to President Trump.
What do you think about this? Let us know by commenting on Facebook. It seems as though the Trump family cannot avoid being bashed by celebrities. Recently, one of the world’s most well-known authors spread fake news about the president on her social media accounts.