Susan Sarandon: Hillary more dangerous than Trump, indictment ‘inevitable’

by WorldTribune Staff, June 5, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy would be more dangerous than that of Donald Trump, according to actress and Bernie Sanders supporter Susan Sarandon, who predicted that Clinton’s indictment in the email scandal is “inevitable.”

“I believe in a way she is more dangerous,” Sarandon suggested in an interview with The Young Turks after being asked why Clinton’s foreign policy went largely unchallenged during the Democratic primary.

Susan Sarandon: Hillary Clinton has "done horrible things . . . and nobody calls her on it." /AP
Susan Sarandon: Hillary Clinton has “done horrible things . . . and nobody calls her on it.” /AP

“She did not learn from Iraq, and she is an interventionist, and she has done horrible things, and very callously, I don’t know if she is overcompensating or what her trip is,” Sarandon said, adding, “I think we’ll be in Iran in two seconds.”

“So I’m curious to see if anyone brings up these things. But this is what we’re fed. ‘He’s so dangerous. He’s so dangerous,’ ” Sarandon said.

“Seriously I am not worried about a wall being built, he is not going to get rid of every Muslim in this country… but seriously, I don’t know what his policy is. I do know what her policies are, I do know who she is taking money from, and I do know that she is not transparent, and I do know that nobody calls her on it.”

In interview with MSNBC on June 2, Sarandon wondered why the FBI’s investigation into State Department email use was not getting more media coverage, asserting that a criminal indictment of Clinton is “inevitable.”

“Nobody’s even talking about this indictment. What happens with that?” Sarandon asked MSNBC’s Chris Jansing. “Besides the trust issue of catching her in so many lies.”

“Well, there has been no indictment,” Jansing said.

“No, but there’s going to be. There’s going to be. I mean, it’s inevitable,” Sarandon said, adding that “[W]e don’t know that he’s not going to get the numbers either,” referring to the number of delegates required for Sanders to clinch the Democratic nomination.